The latest build of Windows 11 previews several new features, including a new calling experience for the Your Phone app.
The new build is Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22533. It’s available in the Dev channel. Changes include:
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New Calls experience in Your Phone. Microsoft’s Your Phone app now features a new Calls experience. The in-progress call window now features updated icons, fonts, and other UI changes that align with the design of Windows 11.
Taskbar-based hardware indicator updates. The flyouts that appear when you access the hardware indicators for brightness, volume, camera privacy, camera on/off, and airplane mode in the taskbar have been updated to align with the design of Windows 11. They will work with the volume and brightness keys on laptops, and they will respect your Dark/Light mode choices.
Quick Access menu update. The Quick Access menu that appears when you right-click the Start button or type WINKEY + X has been updated so that “Apps & Features” has been renamed to “Installed apps.”
Clock app. You can now uninstall the Clock app if needed.
You can learn more about this build’s many fixes and known issues here.