Microsoft releases Windows 11 Insider 22622.575 with bug fixes

Microsoft seeds the new Windows 11 Insider Preview build to the beta channel. Following the previous trends, the firm released two insider builds – 22622.575 and 22621.575, with one rolling out with new features while on the second build new features are off by default. The new features are available on the 22622.575 insider preview build. The newer incremental update bags a bunch of fixes to the beta channel. Read along to know more about Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22622.575 update.

Microsoft kicks off the new cumulative update to the beta channel with the 10.0.22622.575 (KB5016694) version number. If you’ve opted the beta channel in Windows Insider Program, then you may have already received the new beta update on your Windows 11 PC. If you received the 22621 build and want to try out the new features, then you can request the new update inside the System updates section in the Settings app.

Moving to the changes, then the new update brings the option to open a folder in a new tab by middle-clicking on it. The update fixes the dark mode issue on the File Explorer, UI issues when using F11, overlapping issues, and more. Other than that the update addresses the taskbar overflow flyout issue, Narrator not reading issue, and better date and time recognition in US, Canada, and Mexico.

There are some other fixes, available on both Windows 11 Insider Preview 22622.575 and 22621.575 builds.

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22621.575 & 22622.575 – Fixes

  • An app update for the issue causing Photos to crash on launch for Insiders in the Beta Channel is currently rolling out via a Microsoft Store app update.
  • We fixed an issue that causes the App-V client service to leak memory when you delete App-V registry nodes.
  • We fixed an issue that prevents you from opening a URL if the URL’s length is more than 2084 characters. This update supports a URL of up to 8192 characters.

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22622.575 – Changes

  • File Explorer
    • Middle clicking a folder in the navigation pane of File Explorer will now open it in a new tab, like clicking a folder in the body of File Explorer already does.

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22622.575 – Fixes

  • File Explorer
    • Fixed an issue where launching File Explorer in certain ways when using dark mode (for example, from the command line) was showing the body of File Explorer unexpectedly in light mode.
    • Fixed an issue where the left/right arrows in File Explorer were in light mode when you were using dark mode, causing them to not have enough contrast to show when they were enabled.
    • Fixed an issue causing UI issues in File Explorer when using F11 to put File Explorer in full screen mode.
    • Fixed an issue where if you drag and drop a folder into the navigation pane was sometimes unexpectedly putting the folder at the bottom of the list rather than where you’d dropped it.
    • Fixed an issue where the dividers in the navigation pane were overlapping / drawing too close to text sometimes.
    • Fixed an issue where the context menu when right clicking on a tab wasn’t being translated.
  • Taskbar
    • Fixed an issue where the taskbar overflow flyout wasn’t showing up on the correct monitor.
  • Open With
    • Fixed an issue where Narrator wasn’t reading out the “New” text next to the app name in the Open With dialog.
  • Suggested Actions
    • Improved date / time recognition for existing supported markets (U.S., Canada, and Mexico).

If you’ve joined the Insider Preview via the Beta channel and running on Windows 11, then you’ll receive the new update. You can receive any of the two builds, and if you get Build 22621.575, you will have the option to upgrade to Build 22622.575.

You can simply head over to Settings > Windows Update > click on Check for Updates. And from there you can simply install the update on your PC.

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