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Dev Channel Insiders are getting Windows 11 Insider preview build 22483.

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Dev Channel Insiders have been receiving Windows 11 preview build 22483. There are no new features in this build, however it does offer general improvements and bug fixes. At this time, Dev Channel Insiders are unable to test Android app support on Windows 11. Only Beta Channel Insiders get access to the initial preview of Android app support.

The Windows Insider program has been around for seven years. Windows Insiders will receive a 7th anniversary badge from Microsoft to commemorate the occasion. In the following weeks, the badge will appear in the Feedback Hub achievements section.

Everything new in Windows 11 build 22483 is listed below:

Changes and Improvements

  • We’ve added the ability to right-click on either “Recommended” or the “More” button in Start to refresh the items show there.

Fixes

[Search]

  • Fixed an issue that was causing Search to appear black and not display any content below the search box.

[Settings]

  • Searching for “display” will now return Display Settings.

[Other]

  • Trying to access the Linux entry for WSL in File Explorer’s navigation pane should no longer pop up an error saying “wsl.localhost is unavailable, insufficient resources exist” on ARM64 PCs.
  • Fixed an issue that was causing cellular data to not work on certain devices in recent Dev Channel builds.
  • Addressed an issue with NTFS when the USN journal was enabled, where it was doing extra unnecessary action with each write, impacting I/O performance.
  • Made some small improvements to keyboard navigation and screen reader usage of Performance Monitor.
  • Webview2 processes should now be properly grouped with the application using it in Task Manager’s Processes tab.
  • Fixed an issue that was causing the Publisher column in Task Manager to not retrieve publisher names.

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