Anyone who noticed that their Windows 11 taskbar wasn’t properly centered will be delighted with build 22463. Otherwise, the Dev channel continues to push forward with no new features for some reason.
Or as Microsoft puts it…
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“It will be a little while before major new features show up. However, this build includes a good set of improvements and bug fixes.”
Sounds like the sort of thing that should be happening in the Beta channel, which is pushing inexorably to the initial public release of Windows 11 on October 5. But whatever: build 22463 does fix that taskbar centering issue, and several changes of little importance (a single window got rounded corners, for example, and there’s a new icon in Quick Settings; that sort of thing).
As for the known issues, the list is, of course, quite long, and probably will be for many months to come. There are multiple problems across Start, the Taskbar, Search, File Explorer, Widgets, the Microsoft Store, and more.