This morning’s July 9 news for Microsoft Windows 11 Build 22000.65 (KB5004745), Microsoft announced the release of Windows 11 Build 22000.65 Update (KB5004745) for Insider Program users.
This is the second update of Windows 11. A new search bar has been added to the Start Menu and Power Mode of Windows Settings. The overall taskbar experience has been improved.
Gadegat Pixels learned that Microsoft has also fixed a remote code execution vulnerability in the Windows Print Spooler service. Which is “printNightmare” as documented in CVE-2021-34527.
Microsoft said the first Windows 11 bug in Bash will run from July 7 to July 14. Fully Bug Bash, Microsoft will publish tasks in the Feedback Center, covering various areas of Windows 11.
Changes and improvements
- Now there is a search box, users can more easily find what they are looking for.
- The taskbar now supports multiple displays, which can be enabled through Settings-Personalization-Taskbar.
- Microsoft has updated a number of system alert dialogs, such as when the user’s laptop battery is low or when the user uses the new Windows 11 visual design to change the display settings.
- The “Power Mode” setting is now available on the “Power and Battery” page of “Settings”.
- Right-clicking on the desktop now has a refresh option directly, without the need to click “Show more options”.
- Right-clicking on the .ps1 file in File Explorer now has the option to run PowerShell directly, without the need to click “Show more options”.
- Microsoft is improving portrait window capture on small PCs, allowing users to choose to capture three applications on top of each other instead of capturing four quadrants on a tablet with a smaller display.
- Based on the cooperation with China’s GIF provider Flash Meng, Chinese Windows Insider members can select GIF through the emoji panel (WIN + .). If the location is set to China, then the GIF data will appear from weshineapp.com.
- Right-clicking on the volume icon in the taskbar now includes an option to troubleshoot sound issues.
Microsoft Windows 11 Bug Fixed
- Fixed an issue where the mouse cannot be clicked on the edge of the taskbar to display the desktop button.
- Fixed an issue where the date and time in the taskbar did not reflect the preferred format.
- Fixed an issue where the preview window might not display the entire window when hovering the mouse over the task view of the taskbar.
- Fixed an issue that if the user sets the focus after pressing WIN + T, pressing ESC or clicking the desktop will not close the open application preview thumbnail window.
- Fixed an issue that if the user rotates the PC to portrait and landscape orientation, application icons may not be displayed in the taskbar.
- Fixed the problem that caused the setting to fail to start.
- Fixed the obvious freeze when closing the quick settings and notification center by clicking the corresponding icon in the taskbar.
- Fixed the problem of missing shadows in the quick settings and notification center windows.
- Fixed an issue where quick settings could not be started by setting the keyboard focus in the taskbar and pressing the Enter key.
- Fixed an issue where if the user removes all settings except volume, the quick settings will not render correctly.
- Fixed a problem that unexpectedly eased the activation of focus assist.
- Fixed the problem of adjusting the animation of the touch keyboard in the settings.
- Fixed an issue where the login option in the settings had an unexpected checkbox for facial recognition without text.
- Fixed an issue where the button to disconnect from work or school account in the account settings did not work properly.
- Fixed the problem of switching without text in the lock screen settings.
- Fixed an issue where the title of the advanced options page in the Windows update settings might be missing.
- Fixed an issue where the “Windows Privacy Options” at the bottom of the privacy and security search permissions could not work.
- Fixed an issue where the open navigation button may overlap with other text.
- Fixed the problem that the setting crashed when applying themes under comparison.
- Fixed the problem that some non-English language settings are English.
- Fixed an issue that caused the pinning and unpinning applications from the beginning to not work, the command bar in the file explorer disappeared, and the snapshot layout unexpectedly did not appear before restarting the PC.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the title bar of File Explorer to be unreadable due to low contrast.
- Fixed the problem that some icons in the context menu of File Explorer might be blurred.
- Fixed the issue that the “View More” menu in the File Explorer command bar would not close when clicking on the option.
- Fixed an issue that could cause a new folder not to be created on the desktop.
- Fixed an issue where a gray box would sometimes appear in search instead of an application icon.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the search to delete the first keystroke when you press the Windows key and start typing.
- Fixed an issue where the third most recent search could not be loaded and remained blank when hovering the mouse over the “search” icon on the taskbar.
- Fixed an issue, if users search for Windows Update, the settings will open, but they will not navigate to the Windows Update settings page.
- Fixed the problem that the system text zoom scales all widgets proportionally and may cause the widgets to be cropped.
- Fixed an issue where sometimes the content could not be announced correctly when using a screen reader/narrator in widgets.
- Fixed an issue where adjusting the size of the Money widget may cause nothing to be displayed in the lower part of the widget.
- Fixed a memory leak that was obvious when printing examples in c#.
- Fixed a problem that caused an error in safe mode, prompting 0xc0000005-unexpected parameter.
- Fixed two issues that may cause explorer.exe to start to crash in the loop, when the display language is set to Russian or when multiple input methods are enabled.
- Fixed an issue. If the user minimizes a full-screen window and then restores it, it may cause win32kfull bug checks.
- Fixed an issue that caused some WSL users to see “parameters are incorrect” when opening the Windows terminal.
- Fixed the problem that caused the window to be blurred in ALT + Tab.
- Fixed the problem of flickering taskbar when Korean IME users use ALT + Tab.
- Fixed an issue that affected the reliability of UI display when using WIN + Space to switch input methods.
- Fixed an issue that affected the reliability of voice input.
- Fixed an issue that caused the “new clip within X seconds” option.
OS Builds 19041.1083, 19042.1083, and 19043.1083)
IMPORTANT This release includes the Flash Removal Package. Taking this update will remove Adobe Flash from the machine. For more information, see the Update on Adobe Flash Player End of Support.
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