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Windows 11: Build 22458 arrives many improvements

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Windows 11 Build 22458 is now available for testers from Microsoft’s Insider Program. Here’s what we know about it.

Build 22458 for Windows 11 is here

The new patch Insider Preview 22458.1000 it includes improvements that could be made public in the fall of 2022. This is communicated by the portal windowslatest, which states that the build mainly features minor bug fixes. Some of these relate, for example, to errors regarding the Start button.

The portal claims that with the build Microsoft would have improved Windows Search as well, by implementing search for folders with # in the name. This will allow the operating system to identify them more quickly. Among the bugs fixed there are also those related to crashes and crashes.

Here is a list of other changes made:

  • Fixed bug that caused some games to crash using ALT + Enter.
  • Mitigation of n problem caused by text truncation in the File System Encryption window
  • Fixed a bug where uninstalled inbox apps would reappear after restarting the system.
  • PowerShell 7.0+ now supports appx commandlets again.

Here’s how to install Build 22458.1000

To install Windows 11 Build 22458.1000, just follow the steps below:

  • Sign up for the Windows Insider Program and join the Dev Channel.
  • Check for updates and if you have a supported device, the build will appear as available
  • Restart your device after downloading the update.

Not all roses are thornless though. The latest Windows 11 update includes some unresolved issues. Here are some notes:

  • There is a bug that could cause blue screens when installing Windows 11 on Surface Pro X.
  • Blue Screen Errors on Non-Surface.
  • A bug prevents users from typing text in the Windows Search search box.
  • An additional bug hides system shortcuts when right-clicking the Start button.
  • The “show hidden icons” button may hide the icons when they are moved to the right side of the taskbar.
  • The context menu disappears by right-clicking the OneDrive files in File Explorer.

Always windowslatest lets you know that Microsoft has promised that Windows 11 will support Android apps. This feature is expected to arrive on the Dev Channel soon. Numerous leaks also claim that this feature has already appeared on the Microsoft Store. The Windows subsystem for Android is based on WSL (Windows 10) and Project Astoria (Windows 10 Mobile). This should be perfectly optimized with devices equipped with Snapdragon 865.

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