Windows 11 will soon be able to display the time

Windows 11 will soon be able to display the time and date on additional monitors

This week Microsoft released the latest Windows 11 Preview Build 22000.526 (KB5010414) to Windows Insiders on the Beta and Release Preview channels. The developers added support for displaying the date and time on additional monitors in Windows 11, and also made many fixes for known issues.

Image source: Microsoft

Image source: Microsoft

Aside from support for the ability to display the date and time on additional monitors, which haven’t been seen since Windows 11 launched, there aren’t many major changes. Let’s take a look at some of the most notable:

  • We fixed an issue where the list of time zones in Settings could be empty for non-admin users.
  • Fixed a bug that caused incorrect taskbar tooltips to appear in various places in the UI when hovering over various items such as volume, wifi, etc.
  • Fixed issue with incorrect display of dialog boxes in Internet Explorer mode of Edge browser,
  • Implemented support for Windows Hello for Business Cloud Trust,
  • Fixed a bug that caused the authentication window to reappear when mapping network drives.
  • We fixed an issue where Task Manager might not show data about applications’ impact on system startup speed.
  • Fixed an issue with enabling the Silent BitLocker policy that caused the TPM to turn on unintentionally.

Familiar with full list of fixes A new build of Windows 11 is available on the official developer blog. Note that Microsoft has promised to release a major update to Windows 11 in February compared to the previous package. This may mean a preview version of the Android app launcher, as well as redesigned notepad and media player apps, becoming available to a wide range of users.


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