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Instructions: Enable the new Widgets panel design in Windows 11 Build 22623.746+ (Beta) and Build 25217+ (Dev) » Community

Instructions: Enable the new Widgets panel design in Windows 11 Build 22623.746+ (Beta) and Build 25217+ (Dev)

Windows 11 Insider Build 25227 Dev channel began testing a new design for the Widgets panel, which includes new intuitive icons and new visual effects. It’s worth noting that there are multiple variations of the Widgets UI, but users will randomly get one of them and not be able to switch to the other. Unfortunately, …

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The new Outlook app for Windows is now available to all members of the Office Insider Program

Testing of the new web-based Outlook for Windows application began in May of this year, but at that time only corporate clients of the company and some members of the Office Insider program on the Beta channel could evaluate it. Now Microsoft announcedthat the new app is now available to all Office Insiders in the …

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Build 2022: Official support for Android apps in Windows 11 will be available in 5 more countries » Community

Build 2022: Official support for Android apps in Windows 11 will be available in 5 more countries

Testing support for Android applications in Windows 11 began in October last year as part of the Windows Insider program, and a few months later, access to the preliminary version of Windows Subsystem for Android was opened to all users. True, the subsystem is still officially available only in the USA, although no one forbids …

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Microsoft Edge is getting a sidebar with shortcuts to Office web apps

In the latest builds of Microsoft Edge for the Canary channel, we’ve begun testing a new sidebar that hosts shortcuts to Office web apps such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Outlook, OneDrive, Teams, and OneNote. The text at the top says that all these services are available to users absolutely free of charge. Of course, …

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