Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 22000.282 to Windows Insiders in the Beta and Release Preview channels. And you won’t be surprised, given the poor quality of the release version of Windows 11, that it includes a lot of fixes.
And not a lot in the way of explanation. Sorry, let me rephrase that. There is no explanation. Instead, the Insider team announced the release of the build and then described the 50+ fixes that it contains, one-by-one.
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Are any of these fixes notable? You bet. Among them are a fix for an L3 caching issue that impacts the performance of PCs with AMD Ryzen processors that made the news last week. There are fixes for the Start menu, PowerShell, Internet Explorer (??), File Explorer, and a lot more.
Since Microsoft hasn’t changed how the Beta and Release Preview channels works, these fixes should be making their way to normal, non-Insider users in the next few weeks or month, I guess.