Microsoft has released a new preview version of Windows 11 on the Windows Insider Program BETA channel. It is offered in two versions to enable or disable new features.
These two new versions have recently been made available for download. On the one hand, we have Windows 11 Build 22622.601 which has new features rolled out and Build 22621.601 which has new features disabled by default.
In both cases, the goal is to offer bug fixes. Nothing new.
More Microsoft fixes
- An issue affecting the network icon on the lock screen. It doesn’t work and crashes the screen when prompted,
- Issue with DST start date in Chile. It is no longer September 4, 2022, but September 11.
- Issue with consuming Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol on some devices in sleep mode.
- Finally, a bug affecting dual SIM calls. If you do not select a SIM card in your phone and make a call, the Dual SIM feature will not work.
The OS ships with a known issue that has not yet been fixed. In some cases, the sound may stop working. An investigation is underway. We currently have no further information. Microsoft has refrained from announcing a resolution date for the issue, although the bug is causing problems.
Currently, the big star is the first feature update of Windows 11. Known as the Windows 11 2022 update, it is starting to roll out to consumer PCs. Additional new features, some of which are currently being tested on the BETA channel, will be available in the coming weeks.