After there were only new features for all registered Insiders in the Dev Channel last week, now mainly bug fixes and improvements are starting. The new preview is still interesting. The new build number is 21322 (RS_PRERELEASE) and brings an important change to the feedback app, which testers can use to report bugs and suggest general feedback. In addition, the insider team now had to remove the improved touch keyboard from the build because it caused unforeseen errors. It’s only about the changes that were added in build 21301. It should be included in one of the upcoming versions.
These are the other changes
Other changes include bug fixes and improvements. As usual, there is an overview of all changes in the Windows Blog. According to Windows manager Brandon LeBlanc and Insider boss Amanda Langowski, a few improvements have been made to the Insider program itself – and that should interest many volunteer testers.
Upvote similar feedback in the Feedback Hub
In the Feedback Hub you can now give upvotes or “add similar feedback” for all points found there. These options complement the problem reports and suggestions.
With the change, the Windows team wants to ensure that problem reports from other users can be added if the problem can also be understood. This way, additional details can be made available, screenshots and logs can be added and Microsoft gets a better basis for evaluating problems. This change is available in-app version 1.2009.10413.0 and higher, which is currently being rolled out via a Microsoft Store update to Insider in the Dev Channel.
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