When we reviewed Windows 11 nearly two months ago, it was obvious that some areas of the operating system were still under construction. Many of the built-in apps were still in need of updates, and a handful of features that had been promised back at Windows 11's unveiling in June were still either in preview or missing entirely.
Windows 11 now has two months of updates under its belt. Many of those have focused on fixing the OS's early problems, but others have slowly added features to bring it closer to what Microsoft originally announced. We've covered many of those updates as they've been released. But if you're still on the fence about upgrading and you haven't been following closely, we've put together a quick list of bug fixes and features that have come out since Windows 11 was launched, things Microsoft has been testing since early October, and a few things that we still haven't seen.
AMD users can update, no problem. Just update windows after installation and install the latest AMD Chipset Driver containing the fix.Hi, what about the feature to run Android Apps on Windows 11?.
Since I am An AMD user I should not upgrade yes?
windows 11 isn't bad, just the releasing of bug fixers could be a little faster but of course I understand that it will take time to fix bugs half finished features and ones that are missing currently.Don't let a few people's complaining sway you, it was the same way when W10 first came out, people complaining incessantly. Nothing wrong with W11, works fine for me.
Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22509 to the Dev Channel.
- This build includes a set of improvements that make browsing the web in Microsoft Edge with Narrator easier.
- This build includes a good set of improvements including new layout options for Start, clock and date will now show on secondary monitors, and Settings changes.
we have collected the top 10 most-voted pieces of feedback from Microsoft's own Feedback Hub, along with the current official response from the company. You can also navigate to the respective feedback item yourself and upvote it or provide your own feedback. [...]
Unfortunately too many of the responses (and non-responses) indicate it's "Our way or the highway."!we have collected the top 10 most-voted pieces of feedback from Microsoft's own Feedback Hub, along with the current official response from the company.
We've run polls in the past on the subject, though that was before Microsoft came along and made some tweaks to the divisive menu itself. As of Windows 11 build 22509, Redmond has officially extended an olive branch in the direction of irked Windows users everywhere (though only Insiders in the Dev Channel have access to it for now). The Start menu has gotten more flexible, now enabling people to change the ratio of pinned apps to recent documents displayed.
Microsoft has shared a solution for Outlook users who have been experiencing search issues after upgrading to Windows 11.
These problems started showing up around June when the first official and unofficial Windows 11 preview builds surfaced.
As those affected said, Outlook stopped showing results [1, 2] when searching for specific emails on IMAP/POP accounts, in some cases resulting in the app completely freezing.
"This issue will happen with any account where the emails and other items are stored locally in PST or OST files such as POP and IMAP accounts," Microsoft says on its list of recent issues impacting Outlook for PC.