Microsoft has released its last Patch Tuesday update of 2022 and it is in the form of the Windows 11 build 22621.963 update. This cumulative update is available in the Standard channel, which means that it’ll be available to anyone who hasn’t enrolled for Insider. Patch Tuesday updates are rolled out on the second Tuesday of each month. These updates are also referred to as “B” releases and they include security fixes and non-security changes from last month’s preview.
The new Windows 11 update will come with the build number 22621.963, which comes tagged as KB5021255. It is the third Windows 11 update to be released after the 22H2 update, which came out in September and is available for all users.
Changelog for the Windows 11 Cumulative Build 22621.963 update
In the new update, there are many new features such as storage alerts for OneDrive subscribers in Settings -> System, Windows Spotlight can now be enabled from the Personalization page, and you can see total OneDrive storage for your account by going to Settings -> Account, and more. There are many bug fixes like issues with opening apps, File Explorer stops working, keyboard shortcut issues with the Input Method Editor, and more.
How to download and install the new Windows 11 update
The Windows 11 Cumulative Build 22621.963 update is a new update that has been made available to users who have updated their PC to the latest Windows update. If you want to install the new Windows update, you can always do so manually. You should check for the update manually by heading over to Settings -> Windows Update. Once you click on check for updates, it’ll show you the new build, which you can easily download and install on your PC. Remember to connect your PC to a charger when updating.