Windows 11 Build 22000.194 (KB5005635) is available to everyone who is enrolled in the Windows Insider program. It’s not the biggest update in the world but it’s very significant. This is because from now on the installation of the new operating system on unsupported computers is finished. However, despite the lack of functionality, there are three applications that have been updated.
Windows 11 Build 22000.194 (KB5005635) is now available!
The patch is simply called “2021-09 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems (KB5005635)” and is officially available to beta testers and also on the Dev channel. Everything can be done through automatic updates.
Windows 11 KB5005635 fixes bugs remaining in the operating system before the October 5th rollout.
But what is fixed in this update anyway?
Microsoft has fixed a bug that could result in artifacts in dialog boxes when enabling or disabling high-contrast themes. I remember that this bug mainly affected the minimize and maximize buttons. Usually restarting solved the problem.
However the Microsoft fixed an issue related to blue screen errors when computers were in stand-by.
As I mentioned above after this update Windows 11 will require TPM for everyone. Thus, it will no longer be possible, for example, to install the new operating system on virtual machines that do not have TPM 2.0. Previously it was possible. Not anymore and this is bad news for many users.
On Twitter, Microsoft confirmed that TPM 2.0 is now a requirement for virtual machines. Remember this will be a requirement from October 5th when Windows 11 is available to everyone.
A new app of photographs
Apropos of this new build what is also available is the new Windows 11 photo app. It’s very similar to what we were used to in Windows 10. When we open we see the latest images along with new shortcuts. However the top bar has the same sections as before. However the design in general has been improved. In addition we have round corners.
However the changes are much more significant once we open an image. Right from the start, a carousel appears right at the bottom of the viewer to choose more than one image. Furthermore, you can add images to favorites or delete them. When we are looking at a simple image, we see a floating bar on the top bar with shortcuts to rotate or edit an image. We can also draw over it, erase or view information as referred to in the XDA.
However, to make things simpler the options now have associated icons. Most functions are not new but have been consolidated in this menu. That way everything is more accessible.
In addition to design and functionality changes, there is another very interesting new feature. It is that apparently we will be able to expand the functions through extensions. It’s not clear how they will work, but maybe they are add-ons from other manufacturers that make the photo application more powerful.
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