Update (December 3, 2021): Microsoft is pushing a cumulative update 22509.1011 which is designed to test their servicing pipeline for builds in Dev Channel. It is a small update over 22509.1000 and does not contain any bug fixes or anything new (Source).
Windows 11 Insider Preview for Developers gets a new build with several improvements and bug fixes. This is the first update of the month and it seems to be a big update based on changes and bug fixes. It is available to users who opted for the Dev Channel in the Insider Preview program. Let’s explore more about the Windows 11 Build 22509.
Windows 11 is a great upgrade over Windows 10 if you prefer OS with a smooth and better design. But as it is still new, there are many bugs that are affecting the user experience. Having no option for Pin quantity option in the start menu, clock and date don’t show in multi monitor setup, etc are some of these bugs. And in the Windows 11 Build 22509, Microsoft has addressed these issues.
Apart from changes and improvements, the new Windows 11 Insider Beta build also fixes multiple bugs in Settings Taskbar and more. You can check out the full changelog in the next section.
- This build includes a set of improvements that make browsing the web in Microsoft Edge with Narrator easier.
- This build includes a good set of improvements including new layout options for Start, clock and date will now show on secondary monitors, and Settings changes.
Changes and Improvements
- Starting in this build, you can right-click on Start to quickly access Start settings and choose the “More pins” or “More recommendations” layout option to show an extra row of either pins or recommendations, respectively.
- When a secondary monitor is connected, your clock and date will now also be displayed on the taskbars of the secondary monitor or monitors for glanceability. [We are beginning to roll this change out, so it isn’t available to all Insiders just yet as we plan to monitor feedback and see how it lands before pushing it out to everyone.]
- For apps that send notifications for calls, reminders, or alarms that leverage Windows notifications in the OS, 3 high priority notifications will now be shown as stacked and shown at the same time. This means at any given time, you might see up to 4 notifications at the same time – 3 high priority notifications and one normal priority notification. [We are beginning to roll this change out, so it isn’t available to all Insiders just yet as we plan to monitor feedback and see how it lands before pushing it out to everyone.]
- As part of our ongoing effort to bring over settings from Control Panel into the Settings app:
- We have moved the advanced sharing settings (such as Network discovery, File and printer sharing, and public folder sharing) to a new page in Settings app under Advanced Network Settings.
- We’ve made some updates to the device specific pages under Printers & Scanners in Settings to show more information about your printer or scanner directly in Settings when available.
- Some of the entry points for network and devices settings in Control Panel will now redirect to the corresponding pages in Settings.
- Added a new option to the Installed Apps page in Settings to sort the list from Name (Z to A), and accordingly, updated the previous “Alphabetically” option to now be called Name (A to Z).
- We’ll now remember if you turn on Bluetooth or Wi-Fi while in airplane mode. Next time you use airplane mode, the radios will reflect your preference and stay on to make it easier to keep listening to headphones and remain connected while travelling.
- Windows Sandbox now supports reboot inside of its virtualized environment (for example, if you were to click the Restart option under the Power button in Start).
- The Start, Search, Task View, Widgets, and Chat icons in the Taskbar should no longer be unexpectedly large when the system scaling is set to 125%.
- Pressing the Windows key plus (the number corresponding to an app icon’s position in the Taskbar) should cycle now through the app’s windows if you repeatedly press the number instead of stopping at the last window.
- When Narrator focus is set to the Task View button and the Desktops flyout appears, Narrator will now let you know information about the Desktops.
- Fixed an explorer.exe crash some Insiders were experiencing in recent flights related to updating badges in the Taskbar.
- Handwriting should be working again now when the language is set to Chinese.
- Mitigated an issue related to the mouse that was causing some Insiders to experience a bugcheck during hibernation sometimes in recent flights (making it appear as if the computer had rebooted).
- Updated the Chinese Simplified IME candidates to be center aligned with the candidate window height has been customized.
- Fixed touch keyboard invocation in PowerShell so it should work now.
- Hovering your mouse back and forth between different desktops in Task View will no longer result in the displayed thumbnails and content area unexpectedly shrinking.
- CompactOverlay should be working again in this build (aka the option that some apps use to create a small always on top window).
- Fixed a race condition that was causing explorer.exe to crash sometimes when closing a snap group of 3 or more windows in Task View.
- Removed the unexpected tilt animation when clicking down on a corner of the New Desktop button.
- Made a tweak to address an underlying issue that was causing the context menu to animation down to the mouse instead of away from the mouse when right clicking a Desktop in Task View.
- Fixed a high hitting DWM crash in recent flights.
- Fixed some overlapping text for certain languages on the Installed Apps page in Settings.
- Clicking the Uninstall button when using the Installed Apps page in grid view will now show a confirmation dialog.
- Changed the new ms-settings:installed-apps URI to now be ms-settings:appsfeatures, to address scenarios where existing links expect the latter to lead to the list of installed apps, for example, when selecting the App Settings option after right clicking a UWP app in Start.
- Fixed an issue that was causing some Insiders to see error 0x8007001f when trying to upgrade to recent Dev Channel builds.
- Fixed an issue where some PCs are unable to install new builds, or other updates with an error code 0x80070002.
- Fixed an issue causing some devices to roll back with error code 0xc1900101-0x4001c when installing new builds.
- Did some work to help address an issue leading to the Wi-Fi connection getting lost after resuming from sleep.
- Users updating from Builds 22000.xxx, or earlier, to newer Dev Channel builds using the latest Dev Channel ISO, may receive the following warning message: The build you are trying to install is Flight Signed. To continue installing, enable flight signing. If you receive this message, press the Enable button, reboot the PC, and retry the update.
- 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.
- The Taskbar will sometimes flicker when switching input methods.
- 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.
If you’ve opted for the Dev channel in Windows 11 Insider Preview Program then you’ll receive the new Windows 11 22509.1000 update on your PC. You can simply head over to Settings > Windows Update > click on Check for Updates. And download the update on your PC.
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