Only a few days remain for the official launch of Windows 11, which is going to release in the next week on Tuesday, October 5, 2021. With several applications receiving design improvements and promising performance gains over Windows 10, the new version of the operating system has just received a new Preview distribution: Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22468.
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Microsoft released yesterday night Windows 11 Build 22468 for the Dev channel. As with the last version released for the Release Preview channel, there are no major changes in the appearance of the layout, but it focuses on fixing bugs observed by testers and brings some improvements in the user experience.
For the time being, there are currently two builds of Windows 11 available to download via UupDump, and more builds will be added in the future. Users who are not able to get direct access to Microsoft Developer Channels can easily download the new Windows 11 build from the below links. All you have to do is just provide some information and choose any of the different editions.
- Windows 11 Insider Preview 22468.1000 (rs_prerelease) arm64
- Windows 11 Insider Preview 22468.1000 (rs_prerelease) amd64
In the changelog, it was noted that the VPN settings area will now display more details about connections. The status and other information about the connection will be shown after clicking on a network.
Also, users can disable the display of recent searches by hovering their cursor over the search icon in the taskbar. The function can be found by right-clicking on the toolbar and selecting “Taskbar Settings.”
Problems related to programming errors and other bugs have also been alleviated with the new build – from annoying situations like the persistent flyout menu of recent searches when navigating to the search bar with the keyboard to application rendering errors when using multiple screens with different update rates.
Microsoft reports that some patches noted in the Insider Preview distributions are only expected to arrive with the general availability of Windows 11, ie on October 5th.