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Windows 11: The New Build For Insider Comes In, What Changes?

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After the Christmas break, during which Microsoft did not publish Windows 11 updates but unbuttoned on the Sun Valley 2 update of its operating system, Redmond’s home is back to publishing Wi-Build betas

On January 6, Microsoft released the Build 22526 for Insider Windows 11 on the Dev Channel, focusing on a series of general bugfixes and improvements to system performance and stability.

This is not a wide-ranging update, also because the new Notespad and Media Players for Windows 11 are contained in the Build, which should be enough to keep the thirst for new features and functions of users at bay,

Among other new features, the update changelog quotes the redesign of the Windows 11 task switcher, which can be recalled at any time by pressing ALT + TAB and which allows you to quickly see all the apps and tabs open, moving from a Microsoft would be thinking of implementing the task switch in a window, and no longer with the only fullscreen view already present on Windows 11 and Windows 10.

In addition, Redmond’s giant has improved Windows compatibility with Apple’s AirPods, which should ensure higher audio quality during calls and video calls, as well as listening to music.

Finally, Microsoft is experimenting with the Windows 11 Explorer menu: although the ultimate menu update will only be introduced with Sun Valley 2, Redmond’s home used Windows Build 22526 to make it faster and

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