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Microsoft Releases Windows 11 Cumulative Update Build 22504.1010 (KB5008697) to Insiders

Microsoft Windows 11 Themes

Earlier this week, Microsoft announced the release of Windows 11 Preview Build 22504 to Dev Channel Insiders. This new build extends the touch keyboard themes to other input experiences, including IMEs, emoji panels, and voice input. Today, Microsoft announced the rollout of Windows 11 Cumulative Update Build 22504.1010 (KB5008697). This is a minor update and doesn’t include anything new. This update is designed to test Microsoft’s service delivery system for builds in the Dev Channel.

What’s New in Windows 11 Build 22504:

Changes and improvements

  • To further personalize your Windows text input experience, we’ve extended 13 touch keyboard themes to now apply to our other typing experiences, including IMEs, tables, and more. emojis and voice input. Also available to all theming experiences is the theme engine that allows you to create fully custom themes including backgrounds. You can find all of this in the new “Text Entry” section in Settings > Personalization. This feature is not yet available to all Insiders as we plan to monitor feedback and see how it comes in before rolling it out to everyone.
We've expanded 13 touch keyboard themes to include more input methods, including IMEs, emoji panels, and voice input.
We’ve expanded 13 touch keyboard themes to include more input methods, including IMEs, emoji panels, and voice input.
  • We’ve added the ability to combine personalized emoji based on the faces and skin tones of family members, couples with hearts, kisses, and people holding hands. Just open the emoji panel (WIN +.) and try these combinations by typing the following in the search box: family, couple, holding hands or kissing. This feature is not yet available to all Insiders as we plan to monitor feedback and see how it comes in before rolling it out to everyone.
We've added the ability to combine personalized emoji based on the faces and skin tones of family members, couples with hearts, kisses, and people holding hands.
We’ve added the ability to combine personalized emoji based on the faces and skin tones of family members, couples with hearts, kisses, and people holding hands.
  • Now you can use keyboard shortcut WIN + Alt + K to switch new mute icon on Taskbar when it shows up.
  • Based on feedback, we’re making emoji searches in Portuguese and Polish a little more flexible with keywords that contain diacritics.
  • Introducing our latest .NET Framework 4.8.1 .NET Framework that will provide native ARM64 support for the .NET Framework runtime.
  • Since Settings > System > Sound in Windows 11 shows an alert when microphone access is restricted in your privacy settings, we’re removing the message to warn you about this.
  • Added support for canceling daylight saving time for the Republic of Fiji for 2021.
  • We are making a change to continue the new setting, the touch indicator option will now be disabled by default in Settings > Accessibility > Mouse pointers and touches. As part of this change, we’ve added a link to this Settings page from Settings > Bluetooth & Devices > Tap and made it so that long press images now always show regardless of the setting status .
  • By default, apps will launch to maximum by default when in tablet position on small devices (11-inch screens diagonally or less).

Fixes

[Start]

  • Fixed an issue that was believed to be the root cause of icons not displaying correctly in the Recommended section of Start (wrong display or generic icons) sometimes.
  • If you open Start and immediately press Shift + F10 or the context menu key, the context menu will be aligned with the search box now.

[Taskbar]

  • Fixed an issue that resulted in explorer.exe crashing in recent builds if there was a problem loading the battery icon on the Taskbar.
  • Made a few changes to make the taskbar clock update more reliably, including addressing the recent issue of not updating on Remote Desktop.
  • Fixed a positioning issue that could cause the date and time to be truncated at the bottom of the Taskbar.
  • If you’ve updated the notification definitions to low battery levels and levels, the battery icon on the Taskbar will now match that, instead of using the defaults to show alerts.
  • Right-clicking the date and time in the Taskbar will now dismiss the Notification Center if it’s open, so you can see the context menu options.

[Input]

  • The keyboard light (e.g. for lid lock) should be back to normal now with this build.
  • We’ve made a few more tweaks to our emoji search keywords based on feedback, including improving results for day, night, and raised eyebrows. Please continue to share feedback with us on this under Input and languages ​​> Emoji panel in Feedback Hub.
  • Fixed an issue that caused kaomoji listings in WIN+. leave blank when accessed while using Chinese IME.
  • Fixed an issue with emoji panel search results that could result in a single gif being displayed repeatedly with certain queries.
  • Fixed an issue that resulted in the IME not working with some games.
  • Addressed issue where options in Settings > Personalization > Typing to change the “Show text suggestions & add space after I select text suggestions” setting for touch keyboards could does not show up unexpectedly.
  • If you take a long pause while using voice input (WIN + H), it will be able to resume listening more reliably now.
  • Fixed some inconsistencies between the actual listening state and the microphone image during voice input.
  • Text will no longer be unexpectedly duplicated if the caret is moved while using voice input.

[Windowing]

  • Selecting quick layout options sometimes no longer randomly places windows on your other desktops.

[Settings]

  • The brightness and volume sliders in Quick Settings are no longer randomly hidden.
  • Fixed an issue preventing Active Hours Adjustment from being set to manual.
  • Addresses an issue that could result in the touch pad blocking the password input field when connecting to a network in Quick Settings.

[Other]

  • Fixed a scaling issue that caused the update prompt dialog (and other dialogs with that style) to crop and not draw correctly after DPI changes.
  • Improved the position of the context menu when right-clicking on the bottom corner of the screen.
  • Fixed an issue related to TCPIP that could lead to error checking when waking up the device.
  • Fixed an issue where high-priority notifications (such as alarms) would sometimes unexpectedly dismiss without you doing anything about it, resulting in it randomly reappearing next time. next when there is a normal priority message.

NOTE: Some of the fixes noted here in Insider Preview builds from the active development branch may include them in service updates for the released version of Windows 11, usually on October 5NS.

Known Issues

[General]

  • Users updating from Build 22000.xxx or earlier, to newer Developer Channel builds using the latest Developer Channel ISO, you may receive the following warning message: The version you are trying to install is Signed Airplane. To continue with the installation, enable flight signing. If you get this message, press the On button, restart your PC and try the update again.
  • We’re investigating an issue where some PCs were unable to install new builds or other updates. The PC may report error code 0x80070002. If you are having this problem, please restart your PC and try again.
  • Some devices may test with error code 0xc1900101-0x4001c when installing this build. If you’re experiencing this, after your device has reverted to a previous build, you may want to pause the update until we release a fix.

[Start]

  • In some cases, you may not be able to enter text when using Search from Start or the Taskbar. If you have problems, press WIN + R on your keyboard to launch the Run dialog, then close it.

[Taskbar]

  • The Taskbar will sometimes flash when switching input methods.

[Windowing]

  • Hovering back and forth between different screens in Action View results in thumbnails being displayed and the content area shrinking unexpectedly.

[Search]

  • After clicking the Search icon on the Taskbar, the Search panel may not open. If this happens, restart the “Windows Explorer” process and open the search panel again.

For developers

You can download the latest Windows Insider SDK at aka.ms/windowsinsidersdk.

NuGet SDK packages are also live at NuGet Libraries | WindowsSDK include:

These NuGet packages provide more granular access to the SDK and better integration in the CI/CD pipelines.

A new look for Your Phone starts rolling out

The Your Phone app is evolving with an updated design that puts notifications at the center. Keep your phone in your pocket while keeping your life up to date. The Your Phone app gives you an organized feed of your real-time notifications across all of your most used apps. In this new view, you’ll always have access to your messages, calls and photos with the added benefit of staying on top of important messages and other notifications more efficiently with the view can check this out. The app also uses the beauty of Windows 11 design to tie your experience seamlessly across the Windows desktop.

The Your Phone app on Windows 11 shows apps.
The Your Phone app on Windows 11 shows apps.

The updated design is slowly rolling out to Windows Insiders.

The source: Microsoft

https://mspoweruser.com/microsoft-windows-11-build-22504-1010-kb5008697/ Microsoft Releases Windows 11 Cumulative Update Build 22504.1010 (KB5008697) to Insiders

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