Microsoft pushes the Windows 11 Preview Build 22635.2419 for the Insider Channel

Microsoft has officially rolled out two new weekly updates, including one for the canary channel and the other for the beta channel. The Windows 11 update in the beta channel will come with the build number 22635.2419. Meanwhile, the insiders in the Canary channel will get the update in the form of Windows 11 Preview Build 25967.

In the Windows 11 Preview Build 22635.2419, Microsoft has re-enabled the new Windows Ink experience that allows users to directly ink onto edit fields. Currently, it is only capable of supporting “English (US). Moreover, the co-pilot for Windows is also available with a new icon.

In the beta build for Insiders in the Canary channel, you will also notice a new Settings homepage for a more dynamic and personalized experience. The Windows 11 Preview Build 22635.2419 also comes with a series of bug fixes and improvements.

Changelog of the Windows 11 Preview Build 22635.2419

Windows 11 Preview Build 22635

Fixes in the Windows 11 Preview Build 22635.2419

  • Fixed the issue where explorer.exe kept crashing for Insiders in the previous flight when trying to open File Explorer by using Open File Location on apps
  • The update has addressed the issue that was causing delays when signing it
  • The update has also fixed the issue that was affecting iCloud Calendar and Contacts

Changes and improvements in the Windows 11 Preview Build 22635.2419

  • The Cortana app has been removed after updating to the Windows 11 Preview Build 22635.2419
  • Under “All Apps” in the Start menu, Windows 11 system components will be displayed under a “system” label
  • You will get a scrollable view of quick settings to some Insiders in the Canary Channel as a part of evaluating the effectiveness of different layouts
  • A new quick actions option has been added and the user will have a scrollable list of quick actions that can be easily rearranged
  • System Components that were listed in Settings -> Apps -> Installed Apps page have now been moved to its own page under Settings -> System -> System Components
  • Xbox Game Bar has become “Game Bar” under Settings -> Gaming
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