This week, a new update to Windows 11 was made available to the Insider Program developers. The update, named “Build 22000.65 (KB5004745)”, is the second improvement package released by Microsoft And it brings with it separate but related improvements to quality of use OS.
With the new feature, the new Start Menu now has a built-in search bar, facilitating internal system searches. The feature works more like an abbreviation for the current job and has already appeared in a file Official announcement for Windows 11, but it was only implemented in the last update.
Similarly, a Taskbar It has also been improved and now supports multiple monitors, allowing the user to navigate and manage the same interface on different screens. Modernity can be revitalized by the way”Settings > Personalization > Taskbar“.
New search bar in Start Menu in Windows 11. (Source: Microsoft, Windows Latest / Reproduction)Source: Microsoft, the latest Windows
The update “KB5004745” also includes “hidden” improvements, such as support for power plans and a notification to let you know if your device is about to run out. Additionally, there are also fixes for app previews displayed in the taskbar, and tweaks to the behavior of multi-window mode and ESC key response.
To get Windows 11 update “KB5004745”, the user needs to participate in the Insider Program and Check for updates in the same system. The device will then automatically update – a process that should take about 5 minutes.
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