Windows 11 Insider Build 22598 enables Spotlight by default for new users

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As a weekly event, Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider PreviewBuild 22598 to both development and beta channel users. The latest build doesn’t have many significant changes. Still, there are plenty of fixes to improve the user’s overall experience before all the next major Windows 11 updates are finally released. Details are here.

Windows 11 Insider Build 22598: What’s New

In Windows 11 Insider Build 22598 Microsoft is testing to make Windows Spotlight on the desktop the default thing For clean installation. This will display new wallpapers daily, along with some information that you can access using the Learn About This Photo shortcut on your desktop.

Windows spotlights enabled by default in Windows 11 build 22598

The company is also experimenting with 4K backgrounds for Windows Spotlight’s 4K displays. These two have been tested against a small number of insiders and it will take some time to reach them all.

This build also comes with a new ISO for a clean install of Windows 11. You can download these here. This update automatically launches the Get Started app after upgrading your Windows device, making it easier for users to use Windows 11. This feature has also been tested by several Insiders.

Another change includes an updated tooltip for the volume button as an indicator when a person is using 3D audio.

For Dev Channel users, the Windows 22598 build brings some changes to the media player.Now it’s Supports two different views (Grouped grid) On the artist page And users can easily switch between them. There are new quick actions for albums, artists, videos, and playlists. Additional changes include a new context menu and new video extensions for adjusting the brightness and contrast of the video.

Windows 11 media player changes in build 22598

In addition to this, it contains a number of fixes. You can check these fixes by visiting the official blog post. In addition, let us know what you think about the new Windows 11 build in the comments below.