In the Dev Channel, Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22458 for Windows Insiders. Because these builds are from the active development branch, they “no longer reflect the Windows 11 experience that will be offered to users on October 5th,” according to Microsoft. On these versions, the watermark will also display in the lower right corner of the desktop, which is standard for pre-releases.
This essentially indicates that following the public release of Windows 11 next month, these enhancements and fixes will most likely be made accessible through Cumulative Updates.
Windows 11 Build 22458 Release Note
- An underlying problem that was impacting starting reliability has been resolved.
- Indexing may now be added to folders with a # in the name.
- Fixed an issue that caused Settings to crash while trying to open the display page on occasion.
- The help page that you wish to open will now open when you click on “More about the refresh rate” in the advanced display settings.
- Fixed an issue where the Location page in Settings had no warning text indicating why the Location Services setting was greyed out.
- Changes to the Manage App Execution Alias settings in Settings should now take effect.
- (Problem # 206): Corrected various typos in the DLL’s output.
- When using ALT + Enter (i.e. switching between full screen and window) with Auto HDR enabled, an issue that may cause certain games to crash unexpectedly was fixed.
- A bug in the “Encrypting File System” window that caused text shortening in some situations has been addressed.
- A rare case where a deleted in-box program might suddenly return after restarting was fixed.
- (Problem # 13138) Appx commandlets should now function with PowerShell 7.0+ printui.dll.