Windows 11 had been announced by Microsoft a while ago and the company had been building hype by highlighting the changes that were made due to the glitches found from the Windows Insider Programme, and had been rolling out beta builds of the update on their Windows Insider Channel.
Yesterday, the company has revealed that it would bring Spotify integration to Windows 11, they would also get a new taskbar, an updated Notification Centre, and the ability to respond to chats in an inline manner.
For the Dev and Beta channel users, the company had released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.120, this update brought new features and bug fixes.
It had been revealed by Microsoft that the Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.120 brought a new Family Widget to the users in all Windows languages and regions, it would also allow the users to see the recent activity of their family members from their Microsoft family group which would also provide locations and total screen time, etc.
Microsoft had also started to roll out notifications badging for their Chat icon on the taskbar. Settings could be moved to any Desktop the user is on.
The company had also moved the Identify button in the Display Settings, which would make it easier to find, and the new button in the File Explorer’s command bar would help use a dropdown menu style with all the options in one list.
Microsoft has also fixed the issue where if the users updated their preferred first day of the week then it would only be updated when the users signed out and logged back in.
Microsoft had also said that the setting would no longer crash when clicking facial recognition under the Sign-in settings when the Windows Hello has already been set up. They also said that changes had also been made to the command bar in the File Explorer that had resulted in increased thread count when a new File Explorer window was opened and grew continuously.