ThisIsWin11 adds support for Windows 11 build 22000.348, System Restore, and more

ThisIsWin11 (TIW11) version 0.93.0 was released by developer builtbybel earlier today on GitHub. This third-party tool allows for more Windows 11 customization and the maker even touts the app as "The real PowerToys for Windows 11".

ThisIsWin11 apps screen

The new update brings support for Windows 11 build 22000.348, adds a "Create Restore Points" option, and more. Here's the full changelog:

  • Built-in support for build 22000.348

  • Added option to system module aka OpenTweaks to "Create Restore Points"

  • Revised Update check function (version infos are matched with AssemblyInfo.cs)

  • Added AutoScroll to Preview/logger panels

  • Updated Packages module with several new apps

  • Minor fixes

If you're wondering what OpenTweaks is, it's one of the six modules that TIW11 currently offers.

  • OpenTweaks integrates an important part of the Windows 11 settings app and allows you to check and enable/disable settings in a bulk and with just a click.

While we are on that topic, here's what the other five modules (image below) are:

  • Presenter ThisIsWin11 is starting off with a helpful introduction to what you can find in Windows 11.

  • PumpedApp makes it possible to remove unwanted features and apps from Windows 11 such as the Camera and Alarm apps, and other preinstalled bloat that you can live without.

  • Packages powered by Windows Package Manager allows you to create your own custom install packages.

  • PowerUI allows you automating several Windows 11 tasks based on PowerShell and community scripts, e.g. It is possible to boost privacy by disabling various telemetry-related components of Windows 11

  • Extensions allows you creating custom tweaks

ThisIsWin11 various modules

If you are interested, you can download it from ThisIsWin11's GitHub page linked here.

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