Another build is available for Windows 11 insider today and this is for Dev channel. Beta channel has received KB5005642 Windows 11 Build 22000.184 a while ago. Windows 11 Build 22454.1000 is the update that includes a huge number of bug fixes and improvements. The release carries modern context menu on the right-click menu of recycle bin and network share option on the context menu to directly share.
This Windows Insider update for Rs_Prerelease is automatically downloadable so go to Settings > Windows update and click on Check for updates.
Windows 11 Build 22454 Released to Dev Channel
Here is the changelog –
Changes and Improvements
- When you will right-click on Recycle Bin on the desktop you will experience the modern context menu.
- The rollout has added an option network share in the context menu of File Explorer in order to pin it directly to Quick Access instead of clicking Show more options.
- The update has started releasing the new version of the Korean IME having adaptation based on feedback. The team believes that it will provide a more reliable input experience for the language. This version follows the new visual design of Windows 11 with acrylic in the candidate window, a new selection visual, furthermore dark mode support. It also improves compatibility and performance. The updated Korean Input Method Editor is coming to a subset of Insiders in the Dev Channel first. This will help us quickly identify problems caused by the IME that may impact performance and reliability. Over time, it will be sent to all the insiders in Dev Channel.
- This rollout solved the problem that was causing computers having turned on WDAG to repeatedly going to bugcheck. The PCs are able to receive Build 22454.
- Win + X menu now has started showing Windows Terminal.
- Additionally, the Narrator should speak the Start launch more reliably in this version.
- After receiving Rs_Prerelease Windows 11 Build 22454.1000, Desktops flyout will dismiss correctly when the Narrator scanning with item navigation across the Task View button.
- Thumbnails for Desktops were creating issues in the previous builds. They are now rendering correctly for certain aspect ratios in this version.
- In this build, rounding problem volume icon tooltip is corrected. This was showing wrong number in some cases.
- In Rs_Prerelease Windows 11 Build 22454.1000, the notification center icon, Quick Settings, and input indicator, tooltips will no longer show behind the flyouts when they’re open.
- Experts in the team addressed volume icon in the Taskbar displaying that sound was muted when that was not the case.
- They fixed Taskbar unexpectedly getting stuck on the uppermost part of full-screen applications. For example, with PowerPoint presentations, that started showing after interacting with the Taskbar previews.
- The experts there fixed flicker of Taskbar icons that occur when hovering mouse over them while using a contrast theme.
- The professionals fixed app icons that would occasionally animate onto the Taskbar from somewhere other than from below unexpectedly.
- The shortcut combination Shift+Click on an app icon in the Taskbar is now working again to launch a new instance of that app (for applications that support multiple instances).
- They also address app icons that could get stuck in an alert state in the Taskbar.
- Windows 11 Build 22454.1000 Rs_Prerelease fixed text candidates that was not appearing after the first time the handwriting panel was invoked.
- Furthermore, the rollout mitigated a stutter in the animation that occurs when tapping a text field to invoke the touch keyboard.
- It fixed a bug related to clipboard history that didn’t render for some people.
- In the input indicator, you are able to show 3rd party IMAGE icon with better reliability.
- The experts there addressed an explorer.exe crash problem that could occur during changing window focus while using the OSK.
- They solved game crashing problem that occur for the users who’d opted into the previous version of the Japanese Input Method Editor.
- Additionally, the experts fixed the tip for voice typing when using the touch keyboard that wouldn’t be connected to the microphone button.
- Moreover, they addressed key labels that would be invisible because of wrong background color the on-screen keyboard.
- The rollout mitigated OSK settings flyout having white color on white text sometimes.
- Also, addressed candidate area having a broken layout that occurs because of interacting with the expressive input button in the OSK.
- Rs_Prerelease Windows 11 Build 22454.1000 improved the reliability of the invocation context menu.
- This rollout mitigated leaks when using File Explorer that occur.
- After choosing the option to open items with a single click is enabled in the File Explorer, the context menu will no longer be immediately dismissed.
- Turning full screen of File Explorer by pressing F11 and then using the hotkeys WIN+Shift+Left/Right to change what screen the window is displaying on, pressing F11 again will no longer jump the window back to the original screen.
- The experts in the insider team mitigated an issue that occurs when typing with certain 3rdparty IMEs into the search box in Settings that could result in the candidate window being rendered elsewhere on-screen (not attached to the search box) and/or characters inserted into the search box not displaying.
- They addressed Windows Insider Program page in Settings that appears empty sometimes. See – Fix: Insider Program Settings Blank, Empty, or Missing in Windows 10.
- Under Accessibility => mouse pointers and touch => For Hebrew and Arabic languages, the touch and pointer are appearing now.
- System => Storage => Show more categories => Other should no longer always say it’s managed by group policy even when it isn’t.
- You will find some links in Find my device section in Settings that will help you learn more about the privacy resources.
- End time and Start time pickers under “Focus Assist => During these times” are now appearing when the focus is set while using a contrast theme.
- The current build addressed Sound Settings crash.
- It fixed volume control located in Quick Settings. This slider saves the volume at a little different level sometimes than what was actually set.
Logging in and Authentication
- Windows 11 Build 22454.1000 Rs_Prerelease fixed a crash that occurred when the network icon updated states on the login screen.
- Title bar options including close, minimize, and maximize icons were not appearing as expected in certain apps when moving the mouse cursor to the top of the screen while the application was maximized.
- Windows 11 Build 22454.1000 Improved icon rendering for certain apps in the Search hover flyout.
- The expert there addressed overlapping text that appears in the Share window for certain languages.
- The current build made some performance improvements to impact when switching to the Details tab of Task Manager.
- If you are switching to dark mode and the Windows Security app is open, then User Interface elements should respond better and not show unreadable text.
- If Windows Security app Virus and Threat Protection has a large number of exclusions, it will show the progress indicator when loading them.
- The professionals in the teams fixed some text clipping in the Windows Security app that appears when using the option in Accessibility Settings to increase the text size.
- They successfully mitigated colors in some places that won’t appear correctly because WM_CTLCOLORSTATIC message used in certain apps to be ignored.
- Also, they fixed a leak that occurs when the desktop background was slideshow. This issue impacts performance over time until you don’t restart explorer.exe.
- The rollout mitigated bugcheck that occurs on some PCs to bugcheck while in modern standby.
- Current rollout fixed slower Wifi speeds that occur after turning on Hyper-V and creating an External V-Switch.
- There should no longer be a fade animation in Universal Windows Platform apps like Settings or the Feedback Hub when transitioning from the splash screen to the app content after you have disabled the animation in the system.
- A team having experts is working to fix WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR bugcheck occurring on some Surface Pro X.
- In Windows 11 Build 22454.1000 Rs_Prerelease, you might not be able to enter text when using Search from Start or the Taskbar in some cases. If you encounter the issue, hit WIN+R then close the run command.
- System is still missing on WIN + X menu.
- When changing the input method Taskbar will flicker sometimes.
- The company is looking into app icons in the Taskbar that are getting cut off by the show hidden icons button and are not centered when using external monitors.
- The search panel may not open through click on its icon from the taskbar. Restarting explorer.exe will mitigate this.
- The color of Search panel might be black and the content below the search box might be absent.
- After you click on a file in the OneDrive folder and hover over Open with the context menu will be dismissed.
- The widgets board may look blank. Sign out and then sign back in again to mitigate this problem.
- Furthermore, in the current build, the Widgets may be displayed in the wrong size on external monitors. Launch the widgets again through WIN+W or OSK on your actual PC first and then open on your secondary monitors.
- They are investigating Windows Sandbox that may not launch for some Insiders after upgrading to this build.
Download the Windows 11 Build 22454.1000 ISO when available – link
Source – Windows Insider blog