Windows 11 insider has received a new build with bug fixes in OOBE and Translation. However, this Beta channel update is having remarkably a good number of known issues. Windows 11 preview build 22000.184 (KB5005642 cumulative update) is the update you can check right now.
You might have remembered that the date of the official release of Windows 11 is October 5, 2021, but the system will not have all the features that were announced in July. Worth attention: the company has postponed the introduction of support for Android applications, so it is likely to appear only in 2022. Also, don’t forget to check the minimum system requirements for Windows 11.
KB5005642 Windows 11 Build 22000.184 Released to Beta Channel
Here is the changelog –
- The release fixed an issue where new Windows Hello information in OOBE (during the initial system setup phase) was not translated into languages ??other than English.
- Also, KB5005642 fixed an issue resulting in missing translation in the Windows 11 UI for a small number of languages.
Windows 11 Build 22000.184 Known Issues
- The company has confirmed that missing a new taskbar and Start menu not working issue is occurring after installing Beta channel update after upgrading to Windows 11. As a workaround, uninstall the LCU which is causing the issue and again install it by checking for updates.
- Experts are working to fix GSOD with the WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR error that appears on some Surface Pro X devices.
- Sometimes, you may be unable to enter text when using search from either Start menu or taskbar. If this error occurs, simply press WIN+R to launch the Run command and then close it.
- You may experience Windows Terminal and System missing in the Win+ X menu.
- During switching the input method or keyboard layouts taskbar may flicker at certain times.
- Subsequent to clicking search on the taskbar the search bar may not open. To deal with this issue, restart the Windows Explorer, and then again open ‘Search’.
- On Windows 11 Build 22000.184 aka KB5005642, the search bar may look black and may not display any content underneath the search box.
- In this build, the widget panel may be blank. As a solution, log out and then log back in.
- You may encounter incorrect sizes of widgets on external monitors. If so then launch widgets via the hotkey WIN + W or by touching on the main monitor follow by opening them on the secondary monitor.
- Microsoft store searches are being made more relevant.
- Clicking on the icon for switching keyboard layout from the taskbar does not open it. So switch the language via any of the shortcuts on your physical keyboard – Ctrl + Shift, Alt + Shift, or Win + Space (the 3rd option is only available in Windows Sandbox full-screen mode).
- The Input Method Editor context menu does not open after clicking on the respective icon in the taskbar. So, access them using one of the following ways –
- Go to Options => Time and language => Language and region and click on the three dots next to the desired language. Now, choose Language Options (for example, Microsoft IME) => Ellipsis => Keyboard Options.
- Alternatively, enable the Input Method Editor toolbar, which is an alternative UI for instantly accessing certain IME functions. Follow the guide above and then navigate to Keyboard Options => Appearance => Use IME Toolbar.
- Otherwise, you can also use unique keyboard shortcuts that are associated with each language that supports IME (Traditional Chinese IME Shortcuts, Japanese IME Shortcuts ).
Download the ISO when available – https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windowsinsiderpreviewiso
Source: Windows insider blog