A recent leak of Intel’s document release indicates the release date of Windows 11. According to the file, we can see Intel listing Windows 11 as Microsoft’s ‘October 2021 Update (21H2)’. The update is going to follow the May 2021 Update (21H1) from Microsoft. However, we have already received reports from Microsoft that Windows 10 devices will not receive Windows 11 until 2022.
So if this news is true, then we can assume that Microsoft plans on releasing the windows 1 update in October for the manufacturing (RTM) devices. While Windows 11 is still new, we hear reports that it’s already quite stable than what Windows 10 was.
Microsoft has recently rolled out another preview of Windows 11 Insider Preview, and the latest Insider Preview is Build 22000.71. Microsoft has already started reaching out to all the eligible devices to install and try its new OS. The Windows 11 Insider Preview remains on the Dev channel of the Windows Insider Programme.
Many new things Build 22000.71 brings that makes it much better than the previous build 22000.65. it adds updated context menus and right-clicks menus to use Microsoft’s acrylic material standard. Taskbar previews now have rounded corners, and it now has a fresh look like part of the Windows 11 design changes.
Microsoft has also addressed four-dozen bugs in Build 22000.71, such as a fix for ALT + TAB, which should not get stuck or need to be manually dismissed.
However, there are still many issues in the latest build as well. So here is the list of bugs in the new preview build of Microsoft Windows 11:
- Explorer.exe will crash when the date and time button on the Taskbar is clicked to access new notifications with Focus Assist turned off.
- The button to rename your PC doesn’t work in this build. If needed, this can be done using the system. cpl.
- Settings will crash when clicking ‘Facial recognition (Windows Hello)’ under Sign-in Settings if Windows Hello is already set up.
- Reset this PC and the Go back buttons in Settings do not function. Reset and rollback can be accessed from the Windows Recovery Environment.