The second Windows 11 Insider Preview returns the refresh button and adds a search to the Start menu

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After releasing its first Windows 11 preview build last week, Microsoft is now rolling out a new Insider build (version 2200.65) to development channel users. Here are all the changes and bug fixes for the new Windows 11 update:

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 2200.65 has been released

The most noticeable visual change in the new Insider build is New search box in start menu.. However, you don’t necessarily have to click to highlight the search box. You can start typing by opening the Start menu and Windows 11 will handle the search automatically.

Windows 11 Start Menu and Search Box

Another useful change Ability to display the taskbar across multiple monitors.. To change the placement of the taskbar in Windows 11, follow these steps:o Settings-> Personalize-> Taskbar Select how to display the taskbar on the secondary display.

You can choose to enable the taskbar on all displays, only the main taskbar and the taskbar with windows open, or only the taskbar with windows open.

Change the taskbar placement window 11Apart from these, Microsoft has updated the System Alerts dialog box in some cases, such as changing battery low alerts and display alerts. In addition, on Windows 11,[設定]of[電源とバッテリー]The page now shows the power mode settings.

And just then we thought Renewal option took backseat In Windows 11, Beloved by 22000.65 build[更新]The button has returned to the right-click context menu... Microsoft has also optimized the snap layout when using small PCs and introduced GIFs in the emoji panel of Windows Insider in China.

Primary right-click menu window refresh option 11

As far as bug fixes are concerned, the latest Windows 11 builds include fixes for critical PrintNightmare vulnerabilities and other improvements to search, taskbar, settings, file explorer, search, and widgets. From the linked article, you can see the entire change log and the best features of Windows 11 here.