Microsoft today released an optional cumulative update for Windows 11 with an OS build number of 2200.652. This update change log is similar to Windows 11 build 2200.651 released in the preview channel earlier this month, but there are some important changes to this update. In addition to this, Microsoft has also confirmed improvements to the automatic HDR feature of the Xbox Game Bar app on Windows 11. Check the details below.
Windows 11 build 2200.652: new features
The latest optional update is available as KB5012643 for all Windows 11 users.[設定]From the menu[WindowsUpdate]You can go to the section to get the updates or download them manually from here.
This update states that Microsoft has fixed an issue where the minimize, maximize, and close buttons for app windows wouldn’t work when the window was maximized.The company too Added service improvements for the Windows Secure Boot componentFurther improve the security of the platform.
In addition, Microsoft has stated in the change log for build 2200.651. Fixed an issue that took up to 40 minutes to boot a specific POS Windows 11 machine.. In addition, this update contains bug fixes related to memory leak issues, Windows host configuration protocols, and more. The entire change log can be found on Microsoft’s official support forum.
In terms of availability, the KB5012643 update is an optional update for users. This means that it will not be automatically installed on Windows 11 devices and users will have to manually download and install it on their system.However, it is worth noting Microsoft will add these changes and more to the next mandatory patch Tuesday update for Windows 11.Will be rolled out early next month.
Improved automatic HDR for the Xbox game bar
In addition to providing optional updates, Microsoft recently announced a significant portion of improvements to the automatic HDR feature of the Xbox Game Bar app in Windows 11.Above all, the Redmond Giants emphasized New automatic HDR intensity slider This allows the user to adjust the strength of the feature.
According to Microsoft, this feature is “You can use AutoHDR to control how vivid and bright your game colors are.” The company allows users to take advantage of the new slider Accurately adjust the strength of the game’s automatic HDR In very bright or dim colors.
Besides the new automatic HDR intensity slider, Microsoft Added a new checkbox to turn on / off the automatic HDR feature of Xbox game bar app. The new “Use automatic HDR in supported games” option is in the “Game Features” section of the Xbox Game Bar settings.
The above two changes to the Xbox game bar are available to all Windows 11 users, Other features such as multi-GPU compatibility and customization of automatic HDR notifications Currently limited to Windows Insider.
So what do you think about the new Windows 11 option updates and improvements to the Xbox Game Bar app? Let us know what you think in the comments below. Also, stay tuned for future updates to Windows.