Just as expected, Windows 11 build 22463 is all about fixing bugs and improving the overall performance of the OS, as Microsoft is no longer introducing new features ahead of the public launch.
Nevertheless, this new build does introduce a series of subtle changes, including rounded corners for the popup showing up when clicking “identify displays” in Display Settings and small adjustments for the contrast theme.
“[We] added an icon next to the volume slider in Quick Settings to help make the option for managing audio endpoints more discoverable. Updated the Windows Ease of Access folder in Start’s All apps list to now simply be called Accessibility. Added an option to Focus Assist settings so you can choose whether or not you would like Focus Assist to be automatically enabled for the first hour after a Win… (read more)
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