The Windows 11 build 22000.1165 Update is a new, optional cumulative update available for both 21H2 and 22H2 build versions. The new incremental update comes out with a few new features and changes. Microsoft has been pushing the incremental Windows 11 cumulative update and it comes with the build number KB5018483 build number for the 21H2 build version. In case your PC is running on the 22H2 version number, then you’ll be receiving the new update with the KB5018496 build number. The small incremental upgrade weighs just 423 MB in size for the ARM64-based systems while the x64-based update will be 308 MB in download size.
Changelog for the Windows 11 22000.1165 update
As for the new changes, the new Windows 11 update will bring in improvements to the Windows search results and performance. The update will also add Task Manager support for the context menu and you’ll be able to check that by pressing the right-click on the taskbar. Currently, the feature is still in the rolling phase.
Aside from these changes, the new Windows 11 update will also address a number of other issues, including the issue that was causing the OS upgrade to stop responding before failing, fixed the issue that was affecting the Microsoft Direct3D game, improved Chinese font sizing issues lasso tool in the graphic editing program. The update will also bring improvements for Dual SIM calling while making fixes to many other issues.
Steps to install the new Windows 11 build 22000.1165 update
Since the Windows 11 build 22000.1165 update is an optional update, it won’t be installed automatically on your device. You’ll have to install the update manually by heading over to Settings -> Windows Update -> Check for the new updates. After that, you’ll have to tap install now in case a new update has become available.