Following on from the success of Windows 7 and Windows 10, the Redmond tech company has started pushing the upcoming Windows 11 OS to its Insider Program through Dev Channel where registered members can get the initial preview before the public launch of the full and final version.
Windows 11 Build 22000.71 Update:
Starting a few weeks ago, the Insider Build v22000.51 began introducing new firmware to the closed group of early adopters.
And now, the July 2021 update takes the development phase forward with quite a lot of improvements and new changes.
The main highlight of this flight focuses on a new widget that provides a glimpse of entertainment coming your way. For example, Microsoft chooses the Wonder Woman 1984 movie for illustration purposes.
We’re introducing a new entertainment widget! The entertainment widget allows you to see new and featured movie titles available in the Microsoft Store. Selecting a movie will direct you to the Microsoft Store to see more information about that title. Just open widgets and click or tap on the “Add widgets” button and choose the entertainment widget.
Other aspects of the software getting improvements include:
- The context menu has a new look.
- Better right-click menu with aesthetic enhancements.
- A SplitButton to make new files and folders in the File Explorer command bar.
In addition, new Taskbar previews lend a modern appeal that you would expect from Windows 11. Besides, there is a litany of bug fixes to the previously known issues.
To learn more, you can visit the official blog post for a complete rundown of changes. The lengthy list of polished items serves along with unresolved issues serves as a reminder that the operating system is far from a finished product. This issue is likely to contain several issues and bugs that warrant attention from the team of developers working tirelessly round the clock in order to get the Windows 11 in a perfect state by the time of its release later this year.
Unregistered interested users will need to first enroll with the Windows Insider Program to download the ISO file for this update. Whereas, existing developers should receive this update like a normal over-the-air update through Windows Update in Settings.