Windows 11 Pro Insider Preview 22H2 Build 23506 (Dev Channel) (x64) Untouched Incl. Activator
Hello Windows Insiders, we are excited to release the first Windows 11 Insider Preview build to the Dev Channel! As we finalize the product over the coming months, we will work with you to validate the experience. You will get to try many, but not all, of the new features we showed last week in this early preview. We will bring more features such as Chat with Microsoft Teams and Android apps in the Microsoft Store over the coming months as they are ready for you – we are just getting started on this journey together!
– [File Explorer]
Fixed an issue where explorer.exe might crash when dragging tabs.
Fixed an issue which could cause explorer.exe to crash when opening Gallery.
They fixed the following issues for Insiders who have the modernized File Explorer address bar that began rolling out with Build 23475:
Fixed an issue which was causing explorer.exe to crash when trying to access an FTP address.
Fixed an issue where selecting the dropdown arrows in the address bar was opening a blank menu in the last flight.
They fixed the following issues for Insiders who have the modernized File Explorer Home that began rolling out with Build 23475:
Fixed an issue where File Type icons are displayed in place of file thumbnails for ‘Recommended’ section (applicable to Enterprise users).
Fixed an issue where Insiders signed in with an AAD account who tried to navigate the Recommended section on File Explorer Home with the tab key on the keyboard may have experienced an explorer.exe crash.
Fixed an issue where if you navigated from another group to the Recommended section using a keyboard, focus will not appear on the group header or files appropriately.
Fixed an issue where opening Home was crashing for some Insiders.
They fixed the following issue with commands on recommended files in File Explorer that began rolling out with Build 23403:
Fixed an issue where if you clicked on the Share command, it would bring up the Windows share sheet instead of the OneDrive share experience.
Fixed an underlying issue believed to be the cause of certain apps hanging when trying to use the open file dialog.
Fixed an issue where the copy button for quickly copying two-factor authentication (2FA) codes in notification toasts was not working as expected.
– [Taskbar & System Tray]
Fixed an issue where the notification badge on the widgets icon in the taskbar could get out of place.
– [Search on the Taskbar]
They fixed the issue causing text scaling to not work in the search flyout.
– [Dynamic Lighting]
Fixed an underlying ctfmon.exe crash (which could impact the ability to type) related to the Dynamic Lighting work.
Fixed an issue where all-device settings changes Theyre not propagating to per-device settings.
Known issues :-
– [Windows Copilot]
You can use Alt + Tab to switch out of Windows Copilot, but not back into it. Windows + C will move focus back to Windows Copilot
When first launching or after refreshing Copilot while using Voice Access you’ll need to use “Show grid” commands to click in the “Ask me anything” box for the first time.
– [Dev Drive]
There might be variable performance on different hardware. If you notice sloTheyr performance on your machine, please file feedback!
– [File Explorer]
In some cases, the context menu background in File Explorer may appear transparent.
Insiders may experience a File Explorer crash when dragging the scroll bar or attempting to close the window during an extended file-loading process.
Copying files out of large archives or using “Extract All” might be sloTheyr than expected for “solid” .7Z or .rar archives.
Thumbnail loading performance in Gallery for dehydrated cloud files and memory usage in large collections are known issues They are focused on improving. Please capture Performance traces in Feedback Hub for any performance-related issues. Rebuilding your Indexer can help if thumbnails are missing for cloud files; Search for “Indexing Options” and look in Advanced settings to find the rebuild tool.
[UPDATE] ALT + D, CTRL + L, and F4 do not consistently set focus to the address bar. They’re investigating.
Insiders who have the modernized File Explorer address bar that began rolling out with Build 23475:
Windows Insiders may notice missing craftmanship polish with the modernized address bar and search box. The team greatly appreciates the use of Feedback Hub to help call out important details to address.
– [Dynamic Lighting]
Switching user accounts can turn off device LEDs.
– [Windows Ink]
The address box in Microsoft Edge might not work correctly.
Windows Ink does not convert handwriting to text into the main content (e.g., Word documents and Excel spreadsheets) in Microsoft 365 applications.
Search boxes in Microsoft 365 applications (e.g., Microsoft Word) might not work correctly.
Comment fields in Microsoft 365 applications (e.g., Microsoft Word) might not work correctly.
Instructions and Activator are provided in the files
Note – The Build ISO is tested with Malwarebytes
And for the activator, you can check below