Microsoft releases Windows 11 Build 22504 with some new personalization features, improvements, and a bunch of bug fixes. As this is a preview build from the rs_prerelease branch, Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel can upgrade to this build to test the latest features and changes.

 

In the latest build, Microsoft added 13 themes for the touch keyboard to the other input experiences, the ability to personalize emojis based on the face and skin tones of family members, and a new design of the Your Phone app on Windows 11.

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Microsoft shared some details regarding a compatibility issue with Intel Smart Sound Technology (Intel SST) drivers on Windows 11 PCs. Windows 11 (version 21H2) devices with the affected Intel SST driver might receive an error with a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death).

 

To safeguard your upgrade experience, Microsoft applied a compatibility hold on devices with affected Intel SST drivers from offering Windows 11. Microsoft also shared a workaround to mitigate this issue.

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Microsoft releases Windows 10 Build 19044.1379 for version 21H2, and Windows 10 Build 19044.1379 for 21H1. The latest build (KB5007253) is now rolling out to the Windows 10 Insiders who are in the Release Preview Channel.

 

Windows 10 KB5007253 update brings a ton of fixes and improvements, including fixes to the remote printer issue introduced with Windows 10 Patch Tuesday update KB5006670 released last month.

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Just a month ago, Microsoft officially announced about Windows 10 November 2021 Update (version 21H2). If you are waiting for the next feature update of Windows 10, the wait is now over! Windows 10 November 2021 Update is now generally available.

 

The November 2021 Update of Windows 10 is focused on productivity, management, and security. If you are using Windows 10, open the system settings to check if your device is eligible to get the update right now.

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Microsoft Office version 2112 has been released. The latest build 14706.20000 is now rolling out to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). Though there are no new features added to this build, Microsoft fixed several fixes.

 

If you are an Office Insider in the Windows Beta Channel, and/or would like to know what has been fixed in Microsoft Office version 2112, build 14706.20000, here's the full official changelog.

Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a compatibility layer for running native Linux binaries on Windows. It allows users to run a GNU/Linux environment - including most command-line tools, utilities, and applications directly on the Windows operating system.

 

Microsoft now releases a new updated version of the WSL, which now brings a new logo, an updated Linux Kernel version 5.10.74.3, and more. To learn more about the new improvements added to Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) version 0.50.2, continue reading further.

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Microsoft Teams is going to receive a new update this month that will enable users to un-mirror their video feeds in a call or Teams meeting. The new "Mirror my Video" feature will provide the user the option to flip the video and have the same view as the other users in the meeting.

 

By default, Microsoft Teams horizontally flips the camera feed for a presenter, but it remains un-mirrored for other participants. Now, by un-mirroring, it will enable the user to see the text in a video call correctly.

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Windows 11 Build 22000.346 (KB5007262) is now rolling out to Windows Insiders in the Beta and Release Preview Channels. The latest build includes several improvements and fixes to the printer issues. Apart from the printer-related issues, this build also includes fixes for File Explorer and more.

 

If you are looking for the full list of fixes in the latest Microsoft Windows 11 Insiders Preview Build 22000.346, continue reading further.

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Microsoft releases a new Office build for Android mobiles. The latest Microsoft Office for Mobile (Build 16.0.14701.20036) adds two new features for smartphone users. One of them is the "Eagle Eye View", and the other is "Dark Mode" support for Microsoft Word.

 

This build is currently rolling out to the Office Insiders who are running Microsoft Office on Android devices. Excited about the new features added to Microsoft Office for Android? Continue reading further to know more.

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Microsoft is bringing a new feature to Teams that will allow you to chat with other users using Microsoft Teams personal accounts. This will extend collaboration with team members outside the work network. You will need to invite any Teams user to chat using an email address or phone number and remain within the security and compliance policies of your organization.

 

The feature will soon roll out to Microsoft Teams for web, desktop, and mobile. Once it rolls out, your Teams admin need to enable this feature according to your organization's policies. Continue reading to know more about it and its availability.

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Windows 11 Build 22499 is now rolling out from the active development branch to the Windows 11 Insiders in the Dev Channel. The latest preview build adds a new feature for the Microsoft Teams users, and you will really love it.

 

The latest update is rolling out as "Windows 11 Insider Preview 22499 (rs_prerelease)". If you are running a Windows 11 supported device in the Dev Channel, can get it through the Windows Update.

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If you are using Microsoft Office version 2111, Microsoft released a new build (14630.20000) that improves the accessibility feature on the PowerPoint application. The latest build is now rolling out to Microsoft Office Insiders who are registered under the Windows Beta Channel.

 

Apart from this new improvement, the latest Microsoft Office build also adds other improvements and bug fixes. For a complete list of changes (official changelog), continue reading further.

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It's the second Tuesday of the month! That means a new update for all supported Windows 10 devices. This month's Patch Tuesday update addresses an issue of a 0 (zero) width Pen to render one pixel regardless of transformation.

 

It also brings several improvements and other bug fixes. To know more about the fixes, improvements in this build, and to download the Windows 10 KB5006738 update offline installer, continue reading further.

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Choosing the right monitor for gaming can be challenging. There are so many different specifications, resolutions, and frame rates to keep track of.

 

Luckily, there are some simple things you should look at before making a purchase that will help narrow down your options. Read on to learn what they are!

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Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 (version 17.0.0) is now available for download. First announced in April 2021, Visual Studio 2022 is the first release of the IDE that comes as a 64-bit application. That means it doesn't have 4GB of memory limitation in the main (devenv.exe) process.

 

As Visual Studio 2022 is now available as RTM, it comes with a "Go Live" license. And hence, you can now use it to build and deliver apps and games in a production environment. Here's how you can download Microsoft Visual Studio 2022.

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Visual Studio Code is a powerful IDE for web developers that resembles the functionality of Visual Studio in a lightweight interface. As it is quite long into the market, Microsoft recently releases Visual Studio Code version 1.62 (aka. Visual Studio Code October 2021 Update).

 

If you are using Visual Studio Code (VSCode) in your development environment to build web/cloud applications, you would like to learn about the features and improvements that it brought with the latest update. Here are the complete (official) release notes.

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Microsoft released a new Windows 11 build to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. With the release of Windows 11 Preview Build 22494, Microsoft introduced a new taskbar feature that will allow you to easily mute and unmute your microphone.

 

Not only this! Microsoft also added a set of new changes, improvements, and many bug fixes in Windows 11 Build 22494. Here's a quick look (official changelog) at what has been newly added and improved in Windows 11.

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Microsoft releases Edge 96 to the Beta Channel insiders as part of the 4-weekly update cycle. The beta channel of the Microsoft Edge preview program is considered for the release of the most stable preview builds to the Edge Insiders.

 

Being the first release, Microsoft Edge (Chromium) Preview Build 96.0.1054.8 came with several new features, improvements, and policy updates. Here is the complete official changelog.

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If you are using Microsoft Office Version 2111, the company released a new build. The latest Microsoft Office build 14623.20002 is being rolled out to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring).

 

In this week, though there are no new features in the latest Microsoft Office build, Microsoft tried to fix a few bugs which were part of earlier builds. Here is the list of new changes (official changelog) in the latest Microsoft Office Build 14623.20002.

A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft released PowerToys 0.47.1 to address some bugs and other stability improvements. And now the company has released another update for PowerToys that bumped up the version number to 0.49.0.

 

Microsoft PowerToys version 0.49.0 introduces exciting new updates primarily centered around modernizing PowerRename's UI, adding a brand new mouse utility, and merging Video Conference Mute into the stable releases. Continue reading to learn further details.

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While playing the high FPS games, you might have seen lots of blurry trails on fast-moving scenes. No matter which type of monitor you are using, It is widespread, and the probability is, it came across several times while playing high FPS games or watching fast-moving scenes.

 

If you love to play shooting games, you already know that screen ghosting will completely ruin your gaming experience. But the good news is, new monitors are very smart and have the power to fix these issues too.

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