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Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25174 Adds New Game Pass Widget

Microsoft today released its latest Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25174 to the Dev channel, allowing developers and stakeholders to get a feel for what you can expect from the Windows operating system in the near future. The latest release includes the introduction of the new Game Pass widget along with many improvements, tweaks and fixes.

The Game Pass widget is available on the widget board along with other widgets that show weather, sports, and provide a window into the PC Game Pass library showing the latest additions, upcoming games, and other widgets from selected categories.

Game Pass Widget for Windows 11

“PC Game Pass and Windows are a fantastic combination for gaming; With PC Game Pass you have access to hundreds of high quality games for your PC. Over the past few months, we’ve been working with our friends on the Xbox team to make Windows and PC Game Pass even better; Today we’re announcing something new for games and our widgets: the Game Pass Widget Preview.”

“We’re still hard at work on some exciting features coming soon that will allow you to sign into your Xbox profile and easily return to recently played games, as well as see personalized recommendations for games we think you’ll enjoy. The widget bar is displayed when you click the left corner of the taskbar or press Win + W. To pin the Game Pass widget, click the + button in the upper right corner of the widget bar.

Developer Channel

“The dev channel receives builds, which are longterm work from our engineers with features and experience that may never be released as we try different concepts and get feedback. It’s important to remember that the builds we release to the Dev Channel should not be considered to be specific to any particular version of Windows, and included features may change over time, be removed or replaced in Insider builds, or may never be released after Windows. Insiders for ordinary clients. For more information, please read this blog post on how we plan to use the Dev Channel to incubate new ideas, work on longterm goals, and monitor the status of individual features.”

Source: Microsoft

Headings: Gaming news, Breaking news

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