Shortly after solving the problems caused by the latest Microsoft Patch Tuesday on Windows 11 and Windows 10, Redmond’s giant has released over the past hours a new version of Windows 11 for Insider, available on the Dev Channel,
Let’s start with the operating system: in fact, Microsoft has released Windows 11 Build 22538 for all Insiders in the Dev Channel. The new update adds several improvements to accessibility options, especially through voice commands, and also includes numerous fixes for known Windows 11 bugs.
In particular, the Voice Access feature was introduced by Microsoft with the Build 22518 Windows 11 and allows users to interact with their PC using only the item. Today, however, Redmond’s giant seems to have expanded and improved the features of Voice Access, improving the overall experience of users. You can still find the complete changelog with screenshots on the dedicated page of the MSpowerUser portal.
Also MSpowerUser, then, notes a feature passed in the previous Windows 11 Build, i.e. the phrase “We added a new page “Your Microsoft account” in the category “Account” in the Windows settings for Since the latest Windows 11 Build, users can manage their Microsoft account directly from their operating system settings, without accessing web pages or dedicated applications.
The feature was tested for a few days in a limited way on the Dev Channel, but it has now been made available to all Insiders and could be released for other users in February, with the update of the upcoming Patch Tuesday. Using the new Settings section dedicated to Microsoft account, users can check their Office payments and orders and keep their Office 365 subscription under control.
Finally, Microsoft has released a new beta version of the Browser Edge, specifically version v99.0.1135.5, available for all users of the Dev Channel. The most interesting news about Build is certainly the possibility to use Web Capture on PDFs, but next to it we find numerous bugfixes and the re-introduction of the drop-down content accessible from the browser’s Address Bar.