Windows 11 April Update: Everything You Need to Know!


Windows 11 April Update: Everything You Need to Know!

Microsoft a few days ago has released their latest update for the Cummulative Update which has been released for Windows 10, Windows 11 21H2 and Windows 11 22H2 users. So what do we need to know about this latest update? Find out more.

Microsoft has released a Cummulative Update update provided for Windows users who are still getting feature update support and fixes, this time we will not discuss Windows 10 because we will discuss what is new in Windows 11.

The update provided is of course divided into two parts, namely Windows 11 versions 21H2 and 22H2 which get different types of fixes and improvements. Windows 11 21H2 gets KB5025224 and Windows 11 22H2 gets KB5025239. How are the updates different in these two different versions?

Well, quite a lot. Windows 11 22H2 is a development from Nickel that will get feature support and improvements from the development they do. For example, File Explorer gets the Tab and Search Bar features in Task Manager which are developed directly by them.

Windows 11 21H2

One version of Windows 11 does not get enough new features, but it does get good performance improvement support. For example, Microsoft provides access to WLAPS or LAPS which is presented by default.

"The LAPS capabilities are available starting April 11, 2023, with the latest security update for Windows 11 Pro, EDU, and Enterprise, Windows 10 Pro, EDU, and Enterprise, Windows Server 2022, Windows Server Core 2022, and Windows Server 2019. After the update, you can now rotate and back up the password of a specified local administrator account to Active Directory (AD). This move should be good news for those who prefer a simple and efficient solution to manage local administrator accounts on Windows."

Windows 11 22H2

Windows 11 22H2 gets bug fixes that can be said to be the same as version 21H2, but also comes with a little difference that is quite unique such as adding OneDrive as a new ad in the Start Menu that we reported yesterday.

However, the good news is that Windows 11 22H2 users are given access to features to be able to turn off these ads from the Start Menu. Of course, it will provide flexible and profitable access for its users. Because there are indeed many reports of user dislike for ads that are considered annoying.

In addition to providing updates with fixes and performance improvements in Windows 11, Microsoft also provides information about new issues that appear in Windows 11. One of them is a problem in the Taskbar which if you activate the Invisible Taskbar feature, users will find some Taskbar performance problems that sometimes do not appear when accessed with mouse movements.