Insiders in the Microsoft Windows 11 Release Preview Channel can receive new Windows 11 updates that are more focused on stability than new features.
Official Windows blog post.
A new update for the OS called Windows 11 Build 22000.1757 (KB5023774) has shipped to the Release Preview channel. It consists of a long list of stability improvements. This channel is considered the most stable of the Insider build channels, which explains why the latest updates are focused on fixing bugs instead of rolling out brand new features.
Stability improvements include fixes for various program applications, Notepad, Microsoft PowerPoint, Remote Procedure Call Service, Windows Search, some printers including USB printers, as well as Xbox subscribers. The update seems to cover the full range of issues and affected software, but going thorough is never a bad thing.
However, if you’re looking for more radical and experimental changes, Microsoft’s new Canary Channel might be for you. Recently, Canary has been testing new code that could be the foundation for the future.
Windows 12 releaseMicrosoft also gave some testers a free flash drive that was very likely an early Windows 12 build. There have been many rumors and leaks surrounding the new operating system. Intel accidentally leaked the name.
For a complete list of updates, check out the patch notes below.
Click here for Microsoft. Microsoft Pushes Down Stealth Updates Too
Microsoft is rolling out and rolling out many changes to Windows 11, including introducing new features to the OS and Edge browser.One such feature is introduction and
ChatGTP integration in a browser, in another browser high quality low resolution Video directly in the browser itself.
Lately, Microsoft has been adding stealth features and changing OS settings.
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Then Windows will
stealth nerfing graphics card Even if the user previously disabled it by re-enabling the security feature with a recent OS update. That feature is called VBS (Virtualization Based Security) and even the RTX 4090 can interfere with the GPU, causing performance and framerate drops.