Report: Microsoft plans a new release cycle for Windows
© default_Credit Windows (Image: Microsoft) He provides up to four functional updates per year. In addition, a new main version of Windows should appear every three years. Microsoft only refers to the current regulation that provides for an annual large functional update. Microsoft apparently works on an new strategy for the delivery of new functions and larger updates for Windows.
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as usual, Microsoft tests the monthly, optional maintenance update for Windows 11 with the insiders in the release Preview channel. It brings small changes, but primarily numerous errors.
Anyone who is in the Release Preview channel with their Windows 11 device receives the OS Build 22000.1041. In various areas of the system, the Changelog lists a total of 37 corrections in various areas of the system.
smaller innovations are also included. The notifications for the widgets have been improved: if you open the widgets with a click on the notification bath, a note above the widget page, which shows, which shows the notification.
In addition, this update "webauthn redirection" is introduced, behind this there is the possibility to register in Remote desktop sessions via Windows Hello, Fido2 or other passwordless authentications.
The further "timetable" of this update is the usual: In the next or next week, the optional update for the general public is released, with the October Patchday the changes it contains will then automatically come to all users.
A first look at the new photos app for Windows 11 .
© provided by Dr. Windows Windows 11 Photos App New cover picture Together with the Windows 11 2022 Update, Microsoft has announced a retired photos app for Windows 11 that will start in a few weeks. Now one gives some insiders a first look at the new app. Only a few randomly selected insiders in the Developer Channel will receive the version 2022.31090.16004.0 and thus the brand new photos app, which logically replaces the old one.