Ahead of the launch of Windows 11, developers focused on fixing bugs in insider OS builds

Microsoft continues to regularly release test builds of Windows 11, the first stable version of which will launch on October 5th. This week, the developers launched builds 22000.184 and 22454 for the Beta and Dev channels, respectively. Both of them show the company’s desire to fix the maximum number of bugs before the OS release, so that users get a stable and reliable product.

Image: Microsoft

Image: Microsoft

Note that Windows 11 Early Access builds no longer focus on bug fixes and new features for the first stable version of the operating system, which will become publicly available next month. Instead, they test functions for OS versions that will be released much later. That is why the build number is significantly higher compared to what can be seen on the Beta channel.

As for the changes, in the build of Windows 11 under the number 22454 there is an updated context menu that appears when you right-click on the “Trash”. Its design now follows the general style of the OS user interface. In addition, the function of adding it to the Quick Access Toolbar has appeared in the context menu that appears when you right-click on a network resource in Explorer. Previously, this required using the “Show advanced options” option. An updated version of the Korean IME (Input Method Editor) component has also appeared, which has been brought in line with the general OS style. Along with this, the aforementioned assembly received a large number of fixes for known problems, familiarize with which you can on the developer blog.

Windows 11 build 22000.184 for the beta channel has no new features, but it is not devoid of several fixes for known issues. The developers have fixed a bug due to which new information about Windows Hello in the initial system setup (OOBE) menu was displayed only in English. We also fixed an issue due to which, when selecting some language packs, the interface elements were displayed incorrectly. Learn about all changes, which developers contributed to Windows build 22000.184 for the beta channel, you can visit the Microsoft blog.

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