Windows 11 is now being updated with a new Insider Build, called 22000.168 (KB5005191) which comes with support for a new widget, improvements to the Microsoft Store.
Other fixes include a fix for the library and multiple bug fixes, one of which is famous for impeding the function of Windows Search.
The update is being released today, under the title of 2021-08 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems (KB5005191). It is quite similar to previous updates.
What this means is that it comes with small changes, such as a fix for the Search and taskbar, which has been facing some issues since the last build.
What Does the Build 22000.168 Bring to the Table
The highlighting feature is the new Windows Widget that is called Microsoft 365, which, as the name suggests allows the user to easily find their documents, recordings of previous meetings.
Other use cases include showing news feeds and more in the widgets. This feature is limited to enterprises, for now, meaning you are required to have an AAD account.
The widget will mainly make the user more productive and help them to find their personal list via just a tap, said Microsoft. Users wishing to try it out can do so by clicking on Add Widgets button in the widgets pane.
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Other changes include support for several new languages since Windows 11’s taskbar chat for Microsoft Teams now includes support for German, Spanish, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, French, Danish and Dutch among other such languages.
Microsoft’s Store is also getting a new redesigned Library, with the company fixing the navigation and performance of the library by simplifying it.
It has also updated the new spotlight section for the promotion of certain products, which can be seen by hovering the cursor above the item.
Are There Any Major Bug Fixes for the Latest Windows 11 Update?
It is worth noting that after this, Windows 11 will get certain quality improvements and no new features for the 21H2 build. Dev Channel users are set to get Windows 11’s 22H2 update. The update is set to arrive in the coming months for users who are part of the Insider program from Microsoft.
Fixes too are part of this build, with Microsoft fixing the issue that is known for blanking Search results. The settings app has also been fixed so the issue of app crashes will no longer occur. The Family widget too has been tweaked.
Microsoft Teams users will also be glad to know that the company has fixed the issue of clients freezing during a particular call, meaning you can now take meetings without worrying.