Build 22523 for Windows 11 on 17th December 2021 is released by Microsoft. This Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22523 contains a lot of potential including fixes, improvement, and new additions. The whole content except the procedure is taken from the Microsoft website blog.microsoft.com.
How to download Windows 11 Build 22523
Today we are going to guide you on how to download and install Windows 11 Build 22523 Update.
Most importantly there are important security updates for the following Program.
Installing Windows 11 Build 22523 through Update & Security
Follow the sequence mentioned below. it will take you to the Windows 11 optional update option.
Windows Settings –> Update & Security –> Windows Update. Click on the Check for updates button located In the right-hand pane.
Windows 11 Build 22523 will be available. Click on the update and install it on the computer.
Changes and Improvements
- We have rolled out snap groups in ALT + TAB and Task View just like when you hover open apps on the taskbar, and you see them there, to all Insiders in the Dev Channel.
- When File Explorer is open to This PC, the add media server and (if appropriate) remove media server option is now available when you click the “…” in the command bar.
- As part of our ongoing effort to bring over settings from Control Panel into the Settings app:
- Links to Programs & Features in Control Panel will now open to Settings > Apps > Installed Apps. EDIT: In other words, links to the page to uninstall or change programs on your PC.
- We’re moving Uninstall Updates (for cumulative updates, etc.) from Control Panel to a new page in Settings under Settings > Windows Update > Update History.
Fixed an issue related to text input initialization that could lead to the shell (for example, Start menu and search) becoming non-responsive on ARM64 PCs.
The battery icon tooltip should no longer unexpectedly show a percent above 100.
App icons should no longer overlap the date & time on secondary monitors when there are a lot of open apps.
Did some work to address an issue that was leading to losing keyboard focus sometimes after pressing Enter when using F2 to rename OneDrive files.
After enabling spotlight collection, your first image (after Whitehaven Beach) should arrive a little faster now.
Added icons to the spotlight collection context menu entries.
Improved reliability of invoking voice typing.
Fixed an issue where the border of our text input experiences (voice typing, emoji panel, etc) wasn’t drawing correctly when a contrast theme was enabled.
Mitigated an intermittent crash with the pen menu process if it was launched and then immediately closed before the launch happened.
We fixed the issue causing links to not open properly when opening the widgets board using hover.
Settings content should no longer get truncated off the side of the window when making the Settings window small.
Settings should no longer sporadically crash when opening comboboxes, which was impacting certain settings such as the ability to set custom click actions for the pen.
Addressed an issue where the “Add a device” option in Bluetooth & Devices was silently crashing when trying to connect new Bluetooth devices.
Added a number of keywords to make the Voice Access feature appear in settings search results.
Fixed an issue that was causing ARM64 PCs to experience bug checks citing a memory management error in the previous flight.
Fixed an issue that was causing DWM to crash (causing the screen to flash repeatedly) when trying to use certain apps.
Mitigated an issue leading to certain apps hanging when Narrator was running.
Added some missing information when examining the details in the properties of narratorquickstart.exe.
Addressed an issue where Narrator would not respond to UIA events such as notifications, live regions or text events.
NOTE: Some fixes noted here in Insider Preview builds from the active development branch may make their way into the servicing updates for the released version of Windows 11 that became generally available on October 5th.