Microsoft Ships New Windows 11 Insider Builds to Beta Channel Testers

Microsoft has released today new Windows 11 Insider builds for Beta Channel testers. As usual, a subset of Insiders on this channel will get new features, while the other group will have new features turned off by default.

Here are the new features going live in the Windows 11 build 22624.1537:

Access Keys in File Explorer: A subset of Insiders receiving this build will see new access key shortcuts into the context menu in File Explorer, which will allow them to quickly execute commands in the context menu:

Live kernel memory dumps in Task Manager: This feature will allow app developers to capture live kernel memory dumps in Task Manager to troubleshoot issues with their apps.

Content Adaptive Brightness Control (CABC): This new feature will automatically dim or brighten areas of your display or monitor based on the content being displayed to optimize power consumption on your PC.

New Bing button in the taskbar: If you have access to the new Bing preview, a new Bing icon will replace the dynamic search highlight button in the search box on the taskbar.

Microsoft also released new Windows 11 preview builds for Insiders on the Canary and Dev Channels yesterday. You can check out my previous post to see what’s new.

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