Microsoft He started putting it up Windows 11 update For Registered Users of .’s Dev Channel windows Insider Program. Version 22509 comes the same week that the company released a new user interface and design for the Paint app. With the latest update, the company has added new features and improvements to the Start menu and taskbar. The update also fixes some bugs that users have reported in the past several weeks.
After installing the latest version, users can right-click on Start to quickly access the start settings and choose the More Pins or More Recommendations layout option to show an additional row of any of the Pins or Recommendations, respectively.
If a secondary monitor is connected, the clock and date will now also be displayed on the secondary monitor’s taskbars or monitors after the update. Earlier, the clock and date were only visible on the primary screens. According to the company, the change isn’t available to all insiders just yet because it plans to monitor feedback and see how it arrives before pushing it to everyone.
Another feature that the company will gradually roll out to all Insiders is high priority notifications. For apps that send notifications for calls, reminders or alerts that take advantage of Windows notifications in the operating system, 3 high priority notifications will now be shown as stacked and shown at the same time. This means that at any given time, users may see up to 4 notifications at the same time – 3 high priority notifications and 1 normal priority notification.
The company also announced some changes to the Settings app. With the update, the company moved advanced sharing settings like network discovery, file and printer sharing, and public folder sharing to a new page in the Settings app under Advanced Network Settings.
The operating system will now also remember if the user has turned on Bluetooth or Wi-Fi while in Airplane mode. The next time they use Airplane mode, the radios will reflect their preferences and continue to make it easier to listen on headphones and stay connected while traveling. As of now, the features are limited to registered users of the Windows Insider Dev channel, but the company is expected to roll them out to all users in upcoming updates.
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