Microsoft has issued its second public build of Windows 11, one that interestingly doesn’t advance the build number very much and only adds a few minor changes.
Here are the few notable changes:
- Start now has a (superfluous) search box.
- The Taskbar now displays across multiple monitors.
- Right-clicking the desktop once again has a Refresh option.
- Snap Layouts has been wisely updated to support three apps on top of each other in portrait mode.
And that’s about it.
But here’s the good news: Instead of requiring a full build download and install, a process that can take close to an hour, today’s update was delivered via a normal cumulative update that can be installed in just several minutes (including a reboot).