New Update Windows 11 non-security release preview build 22621.1928 is now available


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Microsoft is currently rolling out the June 2023 non-security preview release for Windows 11, version 22H2. The build number for this version is 22621.1928 ( KB5027303). With this release preview, Microsoft is enabling all the new features and enhancements that were first released gradually in late May as part of the "Moment 3" update.

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Microsoft has addressed a known issue causing File Explorer on Windows 11 and Windows Server systems after viewing a file's effective access permissions.

When users of affected devices click the "View effective access" button under Properties > Advanced to check a shared file or folder effective permissions, they may see a message stating "Computing effective access...." without displaying the query results.

Additionally, the explorer.exe process will keep using CPU resources even after closing the Advanced Security settings dialog, leading to File Explorer freezes.

It's important to note that this issue is primarily observed in non-consumer environments and is unlikely to affect individuals using Windows devices at home.

The known issue impacts systems running the latest Windows releases, including Windows 11 21H2/22H2 and Windows Server 2022. According to Microsoft, users will experience Explorer freezes after installing Windows updates released since May 9th, 2023.

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