Insiders on the Microsoft Windows 11 Release Preview Channel will get a new Windows 11 update that focuses on stability rather than new features, according to one Official Windows Blog Posts.
A brand new OS update, called Windows 11 Build 22000.1757 (KB5023774), has been released to those in the Release Preview Channel, and it includes a long list of stability improvements. This channel is considered the most stable of the Insider build channels, which is why the latest updates focus on bug fixes rather than rolling out brand new features.
Some stability improvements include fixes for various program applications, Notepad, Microsoft PowerPoint, the Remote Procedure Call service, Windows Search, some printers (including USB printers), and even Xbox subscribers. It seems like this update covers all issues and affected software, but then again, being thorough is never a bad thing.
However, if you’re looking for more radical and experimental changes, Microsoft’s new Canary Channel might be for you.Lately, Canary has been testing new codes that may be coming soon Windows 12 released. Microsoft has been sending free flash drives to some testers, most likely early Windows 12 builds.Rumors and leaks swirl around the new operating system, further exacerbating the Intel accidentally leaked the name.
For a full list of updates, be sure to check out the patch notes microsoft here.
Microsoft rolls out stealth updates too
Microsoft has publicly and publicly made numerous changes to Windows 11, including introducing entirely new features to the operating system and Edge browser.One of these features is the introduction and ChatGTP integration to the browser, while the other will high-end low-res The video is right there in the browser itself.
Recently, Microsoft has been adding incognito features or changing OS settings without telling the user in advance. In beta build 2262x, the “Recommended” section in the Start menu was renamed “Recommended for You”, but the details were hidden from testing. The Voice Access command help page was overhauled to actually work and a presence sensing privacy setting was added, but none of this is listed in the preview build instructions.
Then recently discovered that Windows is Stealth weakens the graphics card By re-enabling the security feature in a recent OS update — even if the user had previously disabled it. The feature is called VBS (Virtualization Based Security), and it can interfere with GPUs, even RTX 4090s, causing performance and framerate drops.