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Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22621.1095 and 22623.1095 (Beta Channel)

Good evening friends! Microsoft has released new preview builds of Windows 11 (version 22H2) numbered 22621.1095and 22623.1095(KB5022364) for members of the Windows Insider Beta Program.

  • Assembly 22623.1095 – testing of new functions is available.
  • Assembly 22621.1095 – new features are disabled by default.

Reminder. Insiders who were previously on Build 22622 will be automatically upgraded to Build 22623 via the Service Pack. This package artificially increments the build number to make it easier for Microsoft engineers to distinguish between enabled and disabled devices by default.

If you are in a group with features disabled by default (build, then check for updates and agree to install an optional update that will make these features available (build

Full build numbers:

  • 10.0.22621.1095.ni_release_svc_betaflt_prod1.221219-1229
  • 10.0.22623.1095.ni_release_svc_betaflt_prod1.221219-1229

Important! Recently, builds under the Windows Insider program have become unavailable to users from Russia and the Republic of Belarus, probably due to geo-blocking. If you are affected by this problem, then enable the VPN by selecting any European country, check for updates in Windows Update, wait for the download to begin, and disable the VPN. You can read more about this situation in our article.

Changes and improvements in both builds

  • Start menu:
    • The design of the search field in the Start menu has been updated. The corners were further rounded to match the design of the search box on the taskbar.

Changes and improvements in build 22623.1095

  • General:
    • The Quick Support app has been moved from the Windows Tools section of the Start menu so that it can now be quickly found in the list of all applications.

Fixes in build 22623.1095

  • Taskbar and system tray:
    • We fixed a few issues that could cause the top half of the taskbar to get cut off.
  • Start menu:
    • We fixed an issue where the uninstall apps dialog was not displayed correctly in some cases, resulting in the buttons being unavailable.
  • “Task Manager”:
    • We fixed an issue that caused the publisher name search to not work correctly on the Processes page.
    • We fixed an issue where some services might not appear on the Services page after applying a filter.
    • We fixed an issue where running processes could appear in the filtered list for a fraction of a second.
    • We fixed an issue that caused some dialog boxes to use the wrong theme if it was changed from the Task Manager settings page.
    • We fixed an issue where the content area on the Processes page could flash once when changing the theme in the Task Manager settings.
    • We fixed an issue resulting in missing items on the Startup Apps page for some Insiders.
    • If there are no search results, then Task Manager will now explicitly report this.
    • Fixed a crash in the “Task Manager” when trying to end certain processes.
    • Now you can set focus on the search field with the CTRL + F combination.

Fixes in both builds

  • Search on the taskbar (if new field display options are available):
    • Fixed some crashes in the function and improved the performance of animations and transitions.
    • We fixed an issue where the search box on the taskbar could display incorrectly, including with visual artifacts.
    • Fixed a layout issue in right-to-left languages ​​(such as Arabic).
  • Other fixes:
    • New! The procedure for installing pre-release updates for the .NET Framework has changed. Now all future pre-release (optional) .NET Framework updates will be displayed on the page “Settings” -> “Windows Update” -> “Advanced Options” -> “Optional Updates”. On this page, you can control which optional updates you want to install.
    • Addresses an issue affecting Windows Server 2022 domain controllers (DCs) that become unresponsive when processing Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) requests.
    • We fixed an issue that could occur when the Input Method Editor (IME) was active. Applications may become unresponsive when using the mouse and keyboard at the same time.
    • We fixed an issue with the conhost.exe process that could become unresponsive.
    • We fixed an issue that affected the speed of copying items from the network to the local computer. For some users, the copy speed was slower than expected.
    • Addresses an issue that affects some computers with built-in Trusted Platform Modules (TPM). Because of this issue, it was not possible to use AutoPilot to set up these systems.
    • Fixed resource conflict between two or more threads (known as deadlock). This lock affected COM+ applications.
    • Addresses an issue that affects devices covered by Microsoft Exploit Protection Export Address Filtering (EAF). Some apps stopped responding or didn’t open. In particular, the problem affected Microsoft Office and Adobe Reader.
    • We fixed an issue affecting the searchindexer.exe file. Because of it, sometimes it was not possible to enter or exit the system.
    • Fixed an issue that could occur when converting or re-converting Japanese Kanji using a multibyte character set (MBCS) application. The cursor could move to the wrong place when typing.
    • We fixed an issue that affected mstsc.exe. It stopped responding when connecting to RemoteApp and Desktop Connection.
    • We fixed an issue that could affect the FindWindow() or FindWindowEx() functions. They could return an invalid window handle.
    • We fixed an issue that affected image files found using taskbar search. Because of this issue, these images could not be opened.

We wish you a successful update!


I am Sanjit Gupta. I have completed my BMS then MMS both in marketing. I even did a diploma in computer software and Digital Marketing.

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