Windows 11 Preview Build 22621.675 has Released

Windows-11-Update

Last Updated on December 7, 2022 by Rizwan

The Release Preview Channel now has access to Windows 11 Build 22621.675.

Insiders in the Release Preview Channel now have access to Windows 11 version 22H2 Build 22621.675 (KB5019509). This update was made available to Insiders earlier today.

This update makes it possible for Insiders to have access to the following new capabilities, which have been accessible in the Release Preview of Windows 11 version 22H2 since the previous week:

New! We make enhancements to File Explorer by Microsoft. File Explorer now features tabs, just like Microsoft Edge, which will assist you in staying organized even when you have multiple windows open at the same time. The option to “pin” files that are used frequently to the program’s main page is one of the new features that have been added to File Explorer. You are able to monitor what other people are doing with the files that you have shared using Microsoft’s OneDrive. We also provide customized recommendations by making use of the information contained in your Microsoft 365 profile.

New! When you copy something, you’ll now notice a new option on the right side of the screen called Suggested Actions. Customers from the United States of America, Canada, and Mexico are eligible to benefit from this offer. When you copy a phone number or a date in the future, for example, we will recommend calling apps like Teams and Skype as well as event creation programs like Calendar.

New! The taskbar is where you’ll find the overflow menu for our organization. You can get a menu that consolidates all of your bloated programs into a single view by clicking on the taskbar’s menu button.

New! Your material can now be sent to a wider variety of devices. You may be able to identify and share with more devices, including desktops, by using the nearby sharing feature.

This is a refresher on some of the additional set of experiences that are coming in October for customers on Windows 11, version 22H2, as Panos indicated a few weeks ago as part of the process of delivering ongoing innovation and value related to Windows.