After yesterday Microsoft released their latest update for Insider Dev and Canary users, now it's the turn of Insider Beta users to get updates according to the weekly schedule given by Microsoft, Sunday (02/04).
Today, Insider Beta users get regular update support for two different versions of OS Build 22621 and 22624. The update presented brings a number of feature improvements, one of which is an increase in Access Key. This feature is present in File Explorer, which allows users to use Options and Menus using Keystroke Shortcuts.
As seen above, where by using this feature, users will be facilitated with various kinds of quick shortcuts using keyboard access or keyboard only. In addition to providing improvements from the Access Key, the company also provides new support for BSOD.
Now Insider Beta users have got a new feature, namely Live Kernel Memory which can now be used to retrieve a number of diagnostic data, this is useful when the PC experiences a number of system problems that cause BSOD.
Microsoft has previously provided a Kernel Memory Dump for PC devices that experience BSOD, users will later analyze what is actually happening in the system. But with this Live Kernel access, users can immediately find out without the need to wait for BSOD first.
Microsoft also finally introduced several other improvements that they provide, including the following:
- Fix BitLocker CSV.
- Fix in System Tray seconds Options (previously problematic).
- Bing Chat button in the Taskbar Search Box, users will be redirected to Bing Chat via Edge.
- Improved Login performance after booting.
- Improvements to Show Hidden Icon Flyout (previously able to appear but unstable).
In addition, Microsoft also presents a number of system improvements in 22621 and 22624 which you can see in full below: