Windows has a Windows release schedule that consists of several previews before stable releases. Apparently, the next version of Windows, Windows 11, is reaching a new level of stability.
Windows 11 Preview has been released to the public and includes many new features and enhancements. Microsoft encourages users to test the preview version and provide feedback to improve the final product.
Windows has a Windows release schedule that consists of several previews before stable releases. Apparently, the next version of Windows, Windows 11, is reaching a new level of stability. The company has introduced a new internal preview of Windows 11 that marks a significant milestone. The company removed the watermark that identifies the build as a preview. The update is Windows 11 build 22610, but you need to look it up in Settings. No more annoying tags on your desktop.
Removing a watermark is common in every release period of Windows. Basically, it means that a certain update is almost complete. However, don’t hold your breath until the last release. After all, the company won’t release the Windows 11 22H2 update until October.
However, this means that Beta users will begin to see cumulative updates instead of full bundles. Therefore, the “hard work” may soon be over, and the company will release small fixes to achieve full stability.
Now that the update is nearing stability, we can start to see some new features in the operating system. The company recently announced the arrival of a new File Explorer that will finally bring the tabs. We will see this coming now in the upcoming update. In addition, there is a live subtitle feature that spells out audio from any source. The Startup menu also includes folders, touch support for Snap Layouts, and other features. Some of these features are available on the Dev channel, but the company has never revealed exactly when they will come on the stable channel. We will finally see these features in future previews.
New features in Windows 11 build 22610.
It should be noted that the watermark will eventually light up. However, we do not see him returning, at least during this development cycle. Windows 11 build 22610 includes new features and removes other features. The table-optimized taskbar has been removed after feedback. We assume that something else will replace it in the near future.
The update also includes a new Family Safety Widget that includes a new location sharing view that allows you to track the location of your family members. There are also several fixes to previous builds.
According to Microsoft, this is the last chance to move from Developer to Beta. Therefore, the Dev channel will return at some point to build pre-releases. The beta channel will continue to receive cumulative updates. If you are installing a higher number, you will need to reinstall Windows 11 from scratch.
Until the update arrives, you can try your best to manage your Windows 11 settings with God Model. Windows 11 has not yet been considered a success by Microsoft, after all, the operating system is less popular than the company’s expectations. However, this is not a big surprise when the operating system is not as compatible as Windows 10.