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Microsoft recently announced that it plans to release new features for Windows 11 outside of the scheduled Fall 2022 update. The first major Windows 11 update of this year will be released later this month, and Microsoft has now started testing those changes with the latest updates. users in the preview and beta channels.
Unlike Windows 10, Windows 11 is modular and its feature can be updated through individual Windows Update and Microsoft Updates. The tech giant plans to push updates to existing features, such as the taskbar, by releasing feature experience packs, web, and online services in addition to Windows builds.
These experience packs are delivered along with annual feature updates and will bring minor enhancements/features to the operating system. On the other hand, Windows 11 feature updates will add major new features or extend features for some areas of the operating system.
Microsoft has now released Windows 11 Build 22000.526 in the Release Preview and Beta channels. The preview update has brought back support for time and date on multiple monitors in the operating system. After the update, you will be able to add the clock and date to the task bar of the rest of the monitors.
There are a lot of issues with Windows 11 and it’s good to see new features being added to the taskbar.
Additionally, Microsoft is also adding support for weather content on the left side of the taskbar.
As you can see in the screenshot above, the weather widget will now appear on the left side of the desktop if your taskbar is aligned to the taskbar. You can also hover over the weather or click the button to open the existing Widgets panel on the left side.
Microsoft Teams and taskbar app window sharing
Microsoft is adding a taskbar feature to share content from open app windows directly from the taskbar in Windows 11. This is in addition to a feature that lets you quickly mute and unmute active video calls from the taskbar. tasks.
The Windows 11 February 2022 Update, which can be previewed right now, can share content during Teams calls directly from the taskbar. This will eliminate the need to switch between open applications/windows and is intended to make it easier for users to focus on their meetings.
You will be able to share the content by clicking the “Share this window” button that will appear below the app preview. You can always click “Stop Sharing” at any time.
Other improvements included in the build:
- Microsoft fixed an issue that caused incorrect tooltips to appear on the taskbar.
- Microsoft fixed an issue where offline files are on the network drive after restarting the operating system and logging in.
In the coming weeks, Microsoft will also begin rolling out Android support and other improvements through experience packs.