Windows 11 Build 22621.2213 adds a new hover behavior in Taskbar Search

After a couple of Windows 11 updates, including a Tuesday patch earlier this week, Microsoft has now released several new Windows 11 builds to Windows Insiders. Notably, two of these new builds are part of the Release Preview Channel. Here’s all the information you need to know about the latest Windows 11 Preview builds.

Today’s first update to the Release Preview Channel is the Windows 11 Build 22621.2213 for version 22H2. And the other update to the Release Preview channel is build 22000.2359 for the Windows 11 (original release). Of course the update for version 22H2 comes with more features than for the original release.

Windows 11 Build 22621.2213 (KB5029351) adds new functionality that affects app defaults. You can check check about the app default change here.

The new update also adds a new hover behavior for the Search box on the Taskbar. On hovering over the search box, the search flyout will appear. And this can be changed from the Taskbar settings.

Windows 11 Build 22621.2213 Changelog

  • New! This update adds new functionality that affects app defaults.
  • New! This update adds a new hover behavior to the search box gleam. When you hover over it, the search flyout box appears. You can adjust this behavior by right clicking the taskbar. Then choose Taskbar settings to change your search box experience.
  • New! This release adds a new policy called “Enable optional updates.” Administrators can use it to configure the monthly, optional cumulative updates for commercial devices.
  • This update makes daylight saving time (DST) changes for Israel.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects the Group Policy Service. It will not wait for 30 seconds, which is the default wait time, for the network to be available. Because of this, policies are not correctly processed.
  • This update adds a new API for D3D12 Independent Devices. You can use it to create multiple D3D12 devices on the same adapter.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects a WS_EX_LAYERED window. The window might render with the wrong dimensions or at the wrong position. This occurs when you scale the display screen.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects print jobs that are sent to a virtual print queue. They fail without an error.
  • This update addresses an issue that causes high CPU use. This occurs when you enable the “fBlockNonDomain” policy.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects disk partitions. The system might stop working. This occurs after you delete a disk partition and add the space from the deleted partition to an existing BitLocker partition.
  • This update addresses an issue that causes Windows to fail. This occurs when you use BitLocker on a storage medium that has a large sector size.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects Remote Desktop sessions. Sometimes you receive a wrong error message when you try to sign in to a session.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects the search icon. When you select it, the Search app does not open. This occurs after a machine has been asleep.
  • This update improves the reliability of the Search app.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects the TAB key. Using it to browse search results requires additional actions.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects Narrator. It does not give distinct context between the search box on the taskbar and search highlights within the search box.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects Start menu icons. They are missing after you sign in for the first time.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects settings. They do not sync even if you turn on the toggle on the Windows backup page in the Settings app.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects the Resultant Set of Policy (RSOP). The Windows LAPS “BackupDirectory” policy setting was not being reported. This occurs when the setting is set to 1, which is “Back up to AAD.”

Windows 11 Build 22000.2359 Changelog

  • New! This update improves how Windows detects your location. This helps to give you better weather, news, and traffic information.
  • This update makes daylight saving time (DST) changes for Israel.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects the Group Policy Service. It will not wait for 30 seconds, which is the default wait time, for the network to be available. Because of this, policies are not correctly processed.
  • This update adds a new API for D3D12 Independent Devices. You can use it to create multiple D3D12 devices on the same adapter.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects a WS_EX_LAYERED window. The window might render with the wrong dimensions or at the wrong position. This occurs when you scale the display screen.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects print jobs that are sent to a virtual print queue. They fail without an error.
  • This update addresses an issue that causes high CPU use. This occurs when you enable the “fBlockNonDomain policy.”
  • This update addresses an issue that affects disk partitions. The system might stop working. This occurs after you delete a disk partition and add the space from the deleted partition to an existing BitLocker partition.
  • This update addresses an issue that affects the Resultant Set of Policy (RSOP). The Windows LAPS “BackupDirectory” policy setting was not being reported. This occurs when the setting is set to 1, which is “Back up to AAD.”

If you are on Windows 11, version 22H2 or Windows 11 original release and if you are an insider in the Release Preview Channel, you will have the option to install this build. To check for the update go to Settings > Windows Update > Check for Updates.

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