Windows 11 Build 22610 now available for Beta and Dev Insiders

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What you need to know

  • Windows Insiders in the Dev and Beta channels can now grab Build 22610.
  • The build adds several new group policies and includes a long list of fixes.
  • Previously announced dynamic content for widgets is now rolling out to the Dev and Beta channels as well.

Microsoft just released Windows 11 Build 22610 to Insiders in the Beta and Dev channels. The update includes new group policy options and includes a long list of fixes. It also adds the dynamic content that Microsoft announced for the Widgets panel back with Build 22563.

Here are the TL;DR (too long, didn't read) highlights from Microsoft's Brandon LeBlanc:

  • This build introduces some new group policies for IT administrators and an update to the Family Safety Widget.
  • This build also includes another good set of fixes that will improve your overall experience.
  • This build includes two new known issues that will impact Windows Insiders – please read the known issues list below. We have marked the new known issues as [NEW]. One of these known issues impacts the hidden icons flyout in the system tray.

In addition to those highlights, the build adds the dynamic content for the Widgets panel that Microsoft announced with Windows 11 Build 22563.

"We're trying out some changes in Widgets to bring more dynamic content to your Widgets board, by experimenting with bringing together the widgets and news feed experiences as a dynamic blended feed containing both widgets and news content," explained Microsoft in the release notes for Build 22563. "This should make it easier for you to discover and engage with new widgets and news content through your feed."

You can read the complete changelog, including fixes and known issues, in Microsoft's blog post for the build.

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