Insider Preview Build 22000.194: New preview of Windows 11 with fresh build-in apps

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After the Insider Preview Build 22458, which is primarily addressed to developers and which already goes a bit beyond the version of Windows 11, which will first appear on new PCs from October 5th, in the Dev Channel, the Beta Channel will also receive a new preview version, in particular brings an update to the build-in apps.

New preview with three updated build-in apps

Windows 11 will start on new PCs from October 5th and, in the Windows 11 Insider Program, is getting closer and closer to the status that first users will then find. After the Dev Channel with the published builds 22454 and 22458 last already from the release cycle RTM of the new operating system have been decoupled, it now continues in the Beta Channel.

In addition to the new Snipping Tool, the system’s own build-in apps “Calculator”, which now has a new graph function, and “Alarm & Clock” are updated in the look of the new Windows UX with the heavily revised design language Acrylic materialwho already use paint and photos.

  • Fixed an issue that resulted in subtitles not displaying as expected in certain applications, especially Japanese language subtitles.
  • Fixed an issue that caused certain PCs to perform a bug check in Modern Standby mode.
  • Fixed an issue that when typing with certain third-party IMEs in the search box in Settings could result in the candidate window appearing elsewhere on the screen (and not connected to the search box) and / or in characters entered in the search box were not displayed.
  • We fixed an issue that resulted in PowerShell creating an infinite number of subdirectories. This problem occurs when you use the PowerShell Move-Item command to move a directory to one of its subdirectories. As a result, the volume fills up and the system stops responding.

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.194 – Release Notes

Furthermore, the official list Release Notes In the Windows Insider Blog there are still numerous known problems that should be fixed by the release of Windows 11.

Rollout in the beta channel has started

Users who are currently using the Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.184 or older in the Beta Channel should already get the update KB5005635 rolled out in waves, which raises Windows 11 to Build 22000.194.

The provides an overview of all available builds in the Dev Channel and Beta Channel as well as installation media Microsoft Flight Hub.

The requirements are attracted in VMs

The following is also important: The build contains a change that adapts the enforcement of Windows 11 system requirements on virtual machines (VMs) to those that apply to physical PCs. Previously created VMs that are running Insider Preview builds may not be upgradeable to the latest preview builds.

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