Microsoft Released Cummulative Update in Windows 11 22H2


Microsoft Released Cummulative Update in Windows 11 22H2

Microsoft has now released its latest update for Windows 11 22H2 users through the April 2023 Cummulative Update which is also presented for Windows 10 and Windows 11 21H2 users on the same day. This build will change your build to version B5025239, Wednesday (12/04).

Microsoft has released update KB5025239 for Window 11 22H2 users which is included in the April 2023 Cummulative Update. This update brings a number of interesting improvements and also feature improvements.

However, when compared to last March, this update only provides a slight improvement in new features. Previously, Microsoft provided support for new features in Settings, Taskbar, Start Menu and Task Manager. Now the company has only provided a few improvements.

This build brings changes to the Search Bar display in Windows 11, where you can now use a more striking interface through color customization in Settings, Personalization and select Color to change the color.

However, the thing that is a little annoying is the ad from OneDrive that once again appears and seems to force users to be able to sign in using Microsoft Accounts in their Local Account Settings menu. Microsoft says they will release a feature to disable the display of ads in the Windows 11 Start Menu.

The company has also released a list of what changelogs they provide to their users, including:

Microsoft has fixed an issue that affects Active Directory Users & Computers. If affected, the feature stops working when users try to launch TaskPad view. This happens when users configure multiple objects simultaneously. Microsoft has fixed an issue where Windows Search would not work inside Windows container images.

  • Microsoft is introducing Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3 support. You can configure it in the Group Policy Editor.
  • For the Arab Republic of Egypt, the government’s daylight saving time has been updated.
  • Microsoft has fixed an issue where jscript9Legacy.dll stops working. Users had also observed a bug where MHTML would not respond due to ITracker.
  • A bug affecting the Group Policy tool has been fixed. This bug resulted in a scripting error.
  • A bug has been fixed where the WinRM client does not return an HTTP server error status (500).
  • A bug has been fixed to ensure DHCP works correctly.
  • A known issue with the kiosk that users first flagged up last year is finally getting fixed in the update. As a result, Autopilot did not work correctly.
  • Microsoft has fixed an issue with Xbox Adaptive Controller. This bug broke controller remapping preferences on Windows PCs.
  • Modern Standby, remember this feature from Windows 10? It had several issues, including a bug that prevented WDAC from working and crashed several Win32 and UWP apps when devices entered Modern Standby.
  • Windows 11 update also includes fixes to improve audio quality. A bug causes audio glitches when the sytem’s resources are actively used in games when you wake the device from sleep