Microsoft announced the release of Windows 11 Build 22000.100 update to users of the Insider Program.
Changes and improvements
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- The hidden icon pop-up window at the bottom right of the taskbar has been updated to match the new and new visual effects of Windows 11. (Note: After updating to this version, it may not look right. Switching between the two themes fixes the problem.)
- Microsoft added the ability to quickly access Do Not Disturb settings directly from the notification center.
- When the background activity of the app needs attention. So the app will flash on the taskbar to attract the user’s attention. In Windows 11, Microsoft updated this design so that it still captures the attention of users, but uses static processing to reduce unnecessary interference. The flicker will eventually stop, and the user will see a red-colored back panel and a small red pill under the application icon. It will continue to indicate that there is a background activity that requires the user’s attention.
- The touch keyboard icon in the taskbar is adjusted to be more consistent with the size of other icons in the corner of the taskbar.
- Now, when you click the chevron in the top corner, the taskbar calendar pop-up window will be completely collapsed, giving users more space for notifications.
- In the latest Microsoft Store update to Insider users, Microsoft claims to make navigation in the new Microsoft Store fast and fun. When a user selects an application or movie of interest, they may notice some animations that can help track the content they are browsing.
- Microsoft fixed an issue that caused Explorer.exe to crash when clicking the date and time button on the taskbar to access the new notifications to turn off Do Not Disturb.
- Added missing settings icons for context menu items when right-clicking on network, volume, and battery in the taskbar.
- Fixed an issue that caused the clock in the taskbar to get stuck and out of sync.
- Solve the explorer.exe problem that may occur after resuming from standby, which is related to the volume icon in the taskbar.
- There is an issue where the progress bar under the application icon in the taskbar is not always displayed as expected and has been fixed.
- When “Start” or “Search” is open, clicking the taskbar will make them disappear.
- If the user clicks on the taskbar icon with touch, they should now see the same icon animation that was visible when using the mouse.
- The lunar calendar (when enabled) text should no longer overlap with the numbers in the calendar pop-up window in the taskbar.
- The calendar pop-up window should now display the correct month in the collapsed state.
- The date on the top of the calendar flyover should now follow the user’s preferred format, rather than a format that matches the user’s display language.
- If the start menu is open, when the mouse hovers over the task view, the window will now appear above the start menu instead of behind.
- Right-clicking on the task view will now close the preview window so that the user can actually use the context menu.
- Fixes the issue that if the user clicks on the snapshot group in the taskbar, all application windows may not be displayed after docking and undocking.
- The icon for the on/off indicator in the Pinyin input method taskbar is now the same size.
- Logging out and logging back in while running in power-saving mode should no longer cause the taskbar to become transparent.
- Mitigated the problem that the network icon is sometimes unexpectedly not displayed in the taskbar.
- After upgrading to this version, the taskbar preview will no longer be drawn off-screen.
- Microsoft fixed the issue that caused multiple buttons and options in the settings to not work in the previous version, including returning and resetting the user’s PC under recovery, enabling developer mode, renaming the user’s PC, and enabling remote desktop.
- The page title in the settings should no longer be drawn too high above/off the screen.
- Searching for Add and Remove Programs in the settings should now return to the expected settings page.
- Microsoft has done some work to help the search in the settings to initialize faster.
- Solved the problem that caused the settings to crash when interacting with the Windows Insider Program part.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the settings to crash at startup.
- Fixed the icon rendering problem in the power and battery settings.
- Fixed some reliability issues on the “Language and Region” page in “Settings”.
- Changes were made to address the following issue: The preview in the personalization settings sometimes unexpectedly shows that the user is using a black wallpaper, but the user is not using it.
- The font used in the lock screen settings preview should now match the actual lock screen.
- Fixed a bug where Insiders who used Arabic display language unexpectedly flipped all icons in the quick settings.
- Using the brightness slider in the quick settings should now display a number when the user adjusts it, just like the volume.
- Using the mouse to open the context menu on File Explorer and on the desktop should no longer show the keyboard focus rectangle on first startup (until the user starts navigating it with the keyboard).
- Microsoft adjusted the context menu to solve the feedback that sometimes the user closes unexpectedly when the user tries to use the submenu.
- Fixed an issue where users can see “New” becomes “New Project” in the context menu.
- Microsoft has done some work on the context menu positioning logic, so that the submenu no longer appears on a separate screen or is accidentally far away.
- Microsoft fixed two issues that affected the reliability of explorer.exe when bringing up the context menu, especially when you right-clicked the zip file.
- Resolved an issue that caused the “Unpin from Start” option to not work when right-clicking on the app.
- Fixed an issue that made the search shadow appear square.
- Adjusted the position of the search window when the taskbar is aligned to the left to match the start.
- Microsoft resolved the following issue: the content displayed when hovering the mouse over the “search” icon in the taskbar was not synchronized with the content actually launched when the user clicked one of the items.
- If the user launched websites using search, when hovering the mouse over the search icon in the taskbar, these websites should now be displayed correctly in recent searches.
- Changes have been made to solve the problem that some Insider users accidentally did not see the brightness slider in the quick settings after the upgrade.
- Microsoft fixed an issue that caused the user’s widget configuration to be unsaved and reset unexpectedly.
- When using multiple monitors, the widget board and content should now be resized for the correct screen.
- Solved the problem of not being able to log in to the widget in some cases due to the suspension of authentication.
- Microsoft has made another fix to solve the problem that the clock in the widget board does not conform to the user’s preferred format.
- For Insider members with supported hardware, device security should no longer say “standard hardware security is not supported.”
- With this construction, the access keys for WIN+X (so that the user can perform operations like “WIN + XM” to start the device manager) should now be displayed consistently.
- After restarting the PC, fingerprint login should no longer stop working.
- Solved an accessibility issue, that is, after pressing Tab and Shift + Tab, the keyboard focus will disappear from “Start”.
- Fixed a bug that caused the message pop-up window in voice input to not disappear when clicked.
- Fixed an infinite loop that caused some Insider devices to hang during shutdown.
- Microsoft has made adjustments to help solve the problem that caused the title bar to not be displayed correctly on some apps.
- Fixed an issue that prevented wallpaper from flickering when switching between desktops.
- The capture layout window has been updated, and now uses the default animation of the fly-out control instead of just the pop-up.
- Solved an issue that sometimes caused Sticky Notes and Microsoft To Do to crash during startup.
- Fixed a DWM memory leak that occurred when rotating the device back and forth between landscape and portrait modes.
- Changes were made to address the possible truncation of text in the Windows Update message dialog box, warning that the update is ready.
- When using high contrast, the window border should now be displayed correctly.
- Turning off “show shadows under windows” in the performance options should now actually turn off shadows under windows.
- Microsoft has made some adjustments to solve the following problem: When using Windows with Arabic display language, context menus and tool tips appear far away from the mouse.
- Solved the problem that the network icons on the lock screen and the login screen were inconsistent.
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