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Microsoft releases Windows 11 Insider Preview 22000.184 to Beta Channel

This is a second update since the Windows 11 release date announcement last week. The new Cumulative Windows 11 Preview Build for Beta channel is tagged with build 22000.184. The Windows 11 is coming next month in a stable build and will be available for a free upgrade to eligible devices. And as Windows 11 is close to public release we will not be seeing new features in Windows 11 Insider Preview build for the Beta channel. Microsoft will now focus on stability and bug fixes. Windows 11 Insider preview 22000.184 also doesn’t come with any new features, only bug fixes, and performance improvements.

Microsoft will test new features on the Windows 11 Insider Preview Dev build which will make the public appearance in a stable update in the coming months. Yes for the initial Windows 11 public release the features are sorted. One of the most hyped features of Windows 11 is Android apps support which will be not available in the initial build but Microsoft promises to deliver in the coming months. If you wish to try new features you can switch to Dev build.

Now coming back to the latest Windows 11 Insider Preview, it comes with build version 22000.184 (KB5005642). If you have opted for the Windows 11 Insider Preview beta channel, then you will receive the update directly on your system. As we mentioned before the update only comes with some bug fixes and improvements, so let’s check out the changelog.

Windows 11 Insider Preview 22000.184 Changelog

Fixes

[General]

  • Fixed an issue where the new learn more info in OOBE about Windows Hello wasn’t translated for non-English languages.
  • Fixed an issue where a small set of languages were missing translations across the UI in Windows 11.

Known issues

[General]

  • We’re investigating reports from Insiders in the Beta Channel where after upgrading to Windows 11, they are not seeing the new Taskbar and the Start menu doesn’t work. To workaround this if you are impacted, please try going to Windows Update > Update history, uninstalling the latest cumulative update for Windows, and the reinstall it by checking for updates.
  • We’re working on a fix for an issue that is causing some Surface Pro X’s to bugcheck with a WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR.

[Start]

  • In some cases, you might be unable to enter text when using Search from Start or the Taskbar. If you experience the issue, press WIN + R on the keyboard to launch the Run dialog box, then close it.
  • System and Windows Terminal is missing when right-clicking on the Start button (WIN + X).

[Taskbar]

  • The Taskbar will sometimes flicker when switching input methods.

[Search]

  • After clicking the Search icon on the Taskbar, the Search panel may not open. If this occurs, restart the “Windows Explorer” process, and open the search panel again.
  • Search panel might appear as black and not display any content below the search box.

[Widgets]

  • The widgets board may appear empty. To work around the issue, you can sign out and then sign back in again.
  • Widgets may be displayed in the wrong size on external monitors. If you encounter this, you can launch the widgets via touch or WIN + W shortcut on your actual PC display first and then launch on your secondary monitors.

[Microsoft Store]

  • We continue to work to improve search relevance in the Store.

[Windows Sandbox]

  • Within Windows Sandbox, the language input switcher does not launch after clicking the switcher icon on the Taskbar. As a workaround, users can switch their input language via any of the following hardware keyboard shortcuts: Alt + Shift, Ctrl + Shift, or Win + Space (the third option is available only if Sandbox is full-screened).
  • Within Windows Sandbox, the IME context menu does not launch after clicking the IME icon in the Taskbar. As workarounds, users can access the functionalities of the IME context menu with either of following methods:
    • Accessing the IME settings via Settings > Time & language > Language & region > (e.g., Japanese) three dots > Language options > (e.g., Microsoft IME) three dots > Keyboard options.
      • Optionally, you may also enable the IME toolbar, an alternative UI, to quickly invoke specific IME functions. Continuing from above, navigate to Keyboard options > Appearance > Use IME toolbar.
    • Using the unique set of hardware keyboard shortcuts associated with each IME-supported language. (See: Japanese IME Shortcuts, Traditional Chinese IME Shortcuts).

If you’ve opted for the Insider Preview Program and running on Windows 11, then you’ll receive the cumulative update. You can simply head over to Settings > Windows Update > click on Check for Updates. You can simply download the update on your PC. And now you can also install the official ISO. Here is the guide to create bootable drive and install Windows 11.

We will keep you posted regarding Windows 11 news. And so, if you have a keen interest in Windows 11 stay connected to YTECHB.

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