What Users Won’t Get in Windows 11 Update
According to Microsoft, if users have these specifications, they can try out several Windows 11 tools with the developers program. This includes a revamped Start, Taskbar and Action Center experience as well as a new Microsoft Store app, redesigned Settings, lock screen, File Explorer and more. Also be warned that some features may not work and the user may face unknown problems. As an update, Microsoft will no longer include Cortana in the taskbar and the Internet Explorer browser in the Windows 11 update. Apart from this, S Mode is now available only for Windows 11 Home Edition.
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4 new themes included in Windows 11
Talking about the new features of Windows 11 build 22000.51, the taskbar is given in the middle of the screen. All the existing panels have been given curved edges to give a modern look. The shortcut buttons for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Airplane Mode are now better placed inside the Action Center. The Start menu doesn’t include Live Tiles and Windows 11 brings a separate widget panel. In this, users can get live information about many important things like weather, news. 4 new themes have been included in Windows 11 except dark and light mode. Microsoft has also added a new contrast theme for the visually impaired, such as light sensitivity. New in Windows 11 build 22000.51 is the Microsoft Store, which third-party developers haven’t included their tools and apps in yet.
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What are the problems with the build 22000.51?
The new OS also brings screen sharing, touch keyboard personalization, better touch gestures and docking to improve the display. Talking about issues with Build 2200.51, Microsoft says that Settings may fail to launch in Windows 11 when upgrading devices with multiple user accounts. Fit and finish bugs will be fixed in future releases, along with a small set of settings legacy pages. In some cases users may be unable to enter text when using Start or the taskbar. If such a problem occurs with the user, press Win + R on the keyboard to launch the Run dialog box. Then turn it off.