Microsoft has introduced a new way to launch Focus sessions in Windows 11 Dev Channel. However, it's not a perfect implementation yet even though the company's heart is in the right place.
Windows 11 Beta Channel gets Taskbar, File Explorer improvements, and ISOs
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Due to the February update in the generally available version of Windows 11 as well as recent builds in the Dev Channel, I feel excited and hopeful about the future of Windows 11 once again.
The latest Microsoft Weekly digest deals with some pesky requirements that the company is imposing on Windows 11 users, a watermark, a new Dev Channel build, and details about a PWA hub.
Microsoft has added a couple of nifty new features in recent Windows 11 Dev Channel releases, namely build 22557 and build 22563. The implementation is a bit unstable but new capabilities are welcome.
Microsoft has implemented a new way to utilize Snap Layouts in Windows 11. The approach seems to be much more intuitive and also shows you a preview of the space occupied by a window in a slot.
For those running the Windows 11 Dev Channel build 22557 on unsupported PCs, you may be getting the "System requirements not met" watermark and a notification change. Here's how to remove them.
Microsoft has started displaying a cautionary watermark regarding system requirements not being met on Windows 11 Dev Channel PCs. There is also a similar warning in the Settings app.
Microsoft has given Task Manager a glow-up in Windows 11 Dev Channel build 22557 with a more modern UI and a couple of new functionalities. Find out our thoughts on the changes in our latest piece!
Join us as we recap everything important that happened in the Microsoft-verse in the past few days including some significant Windows 11 builds, decent news for developers, and the death of a mascot.
Windows 11 finally saw the return of app folders in the Start menu with Dev Channel build 22557 that was released a couple of days ago. It's a bare-bones, but functional, implementation.
Microsoft has announced that it is bringing the capabilities of the Xbox HDR Game Calibration to Windows. A skeletal implementation of it is currently available in Windows 11 Dev Channel build 22557.
Microsoft has detailed a new feature it has added in recent Windows 11 Dev Channel builds that offers reduced latency, Variable Refresh Rate, and Auto HDR for legacy games running on DX10 and DX11.
Microsoft has finally released a new Dev Channel Build 22557 after skipping the two past weeks. As such, the new Build has lots of new features like redesigned Task Manager with Dark mode, and more.
After a two week break, theres a new build in the Dev Channel for Windows Insiders; so much has changed we've decided to split it into two parts. Here are the improvements, fixes and known issues.