Windows 11 build 22621.1992 (KB5028185) is out for version 22H2

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Microsoft released Windows 11 22H2 (build 22621.1992). An update is available on the Stable Channel as KB5028185. This security update continues to enable the features portion of the Moment 3 release.

Microsoft has released Windows 11 build 22621.1992 as update KB5028185. The update is available for download in version 22H2 with new changes, security fixes, and enhancements that are part of the Moment 3 update.

According to announcement on the official support website, it enables new features as part of the Moment 3 update, such as badge notifications for Microsoft accounts in the Start menu, VPN shield badges in the System Tray, and more.

Additionally, these improvements share local files in File Explorer with Microsoft Outlook contacts, roll out Live Text in more regions, and redesign the assistant application for voice access. Also, update KB5028185 shipped with lots of fixes and improvements.

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Apart from that, the company also released update KB5028182 (build 22000.2176) for Windows 11 21H2. The update brings several security patches, fixes, and improvements that were previously available with update KB5027292 which was released on June 29.

Windows 11 Update 22H2 KB5028185

These are all the new features that are rolling out with update KB5028185 for Windows 11 22H2:

Upgraded several simplified Chinese fonts and Microsoft Pinyin Input Method Editor (IME) to support GB18030-2022. You can enter and display characters of compatibility level 1 or 2 using the Microsoft Yahei, Simsun, and Dengxian addons. This update now supports Unicode Extensions E and F in the Simsun Ext-B font. This meets the requirements for level 3. Extends rolling out notification badging for Microsoft accounts in the Start menu. The Microsoft account is what connects Windows to your Microsoft applications. Account backs up all your data and helps you manage your subscriptions. You can also add additional security measures to keep your account unlocked. This feature gives you quick access to important account-related notifications. Improves local file sharing in File Explorer with Microsoft Outlook contacts. You now have the option to quickly email files to yourself. Also, loading your contacts from Outlook is better. This feature is not available for files stored in the Microsoft OneDrive folder. OneDrive has its own sharing function. Added many new features and improvements to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. For more information, see Microsoft Defender for Endpoints. You can now authenticate across Microsoft’s cloud. This feature also satisfies the Conditional Access check if required. Added live captions for Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), French (France, Canada), German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil, Portugal), Spanish, Danish, English (Irish, other English dialects), and Korean. Redesigned the in-app voice access command help page. Each command now has a description and an example of its variation. The search bar allows you to quickly find commands. New categories provide further guidance. You can access the command help page in the voice access bar from Help > View all commands or use the voice access command “what can I say?” Note that help pages may not include all commands. In addition, additional information may be inaccurate. Added voice access command support for English dialects, including UK, India, New Zealand, Canada, and Australia. Added new text selection and editing voice access commands. Added VPN status icon, small shield, to system tray. It is displayed when you connect to a known VPN profile. You can now choose to display the seconds on the clock in the system tray. To enable it, go to the Taskbar Behavior section in Settings > Personalization > Taskbar. Provides a copy button for you to quickly copy two-factor authentication (2FA) codes. This is in the toast notification that you get from an application installed on your PC or from a phone linked to your PC. Note that this feature only works for English. Added access key shortcuts to the File Explorer context menu. Access keys are one-button shortcuts. You can use it to quickly run commands in the context menu using your keyboard. Each access key corresponds to a letter in the menu item’s display name. Added multi-app kiosk mode, which is a lockdown feature. If you are an administrator, you can define the applications that can run on the device. Other applications will not run. You can also block certain functions. You can configure different access types and applications to run for different users on a single device. Introduced the Task Manager’s live kernel memory dump (LKD) collection. Changed the setting for Show touch keyboard when no keyboard is attached. This is located in Settings > Time & language > Typing > Touch keyboard. A new drop-down menu gives you three options for controlling whether tapping on edit controls should open the touch keyboard. Options available include “Never” to press the touch keyboard even when no hardware keyboard is attached. “When no keyboard is installed” displays the touch keyboard only when you are using the device as a tablet without a hardware keyboard, and “Always” displays the touch keyboard even if a hardware keyboard is attached. Enables Content Adaptive Brightness Control (CABC) to run on laptops and 2-in-1 devices. This feature dims or brightens the display area based on the content. Added USB4 hub and device Settings page. You can find it in Settings > Bluetooth & devices > USB > USB4 Hubs and Devices. This new page provides information about the system’s USB4 capabilities and peripherals attached to USB4-enabled systems. Added presence sensor privacy settings in Settings > Privacy & security > Presence detection. If you have a device that has a compatible presence sensor, you can now choose which apps can access the sensor. Improve browsing performance in Settings. Changed the behavior of the default print screen (prt scr) button. Pressing the print screen button opens the Snipping Tool by default. You can disable this setting from Settings > Accessibility > Keyboard. If you have previously changed these settings, Windows will retain your preferences. Introduced the limit of 20 recent tabs in Settings > Multitasking. This affects the number of tabs that appear when you use ALT + TAB and Snap Assist. Improve integrated cloud suggestions and search suggestions. It helps you to easily type popular words in Simplified Chinese using the Input Method Editor (IME). Improves your computer’s performance when you use a mouse that has a high report rate for gaming. Affects virtual memory span. They are now added to the kernel-generated minidump after the stop error. This range is marked with a KbCallbackTriageDumpData BugCheck Callback Routine. Affects Windows reliability. It gets better once you update the OS. Addresses an issue affecting Microsoft Intune push notifications. The problem stops devices having less than 3.5gb RAM from getting it. Addresses an issue affecting certain apps. It stopped working when trying to scan the barcode. Addresses an issue affecting Narrator. This issue stops Narrator from maintaining scan mode when you switch between browsers. Addresses an issue affecting Narrator. It reads wrong status when you deselect the button of the option you have selected. Addresses an issue affecting Teams. This issue stops Teams notifying you of missed calls or messages. Addresses an issue affecting the on-screen keyboard. The problem stops it from opening after you lock the machine. Addresses an issue affecting scheduled monthly tasks. It may not run on time if the next event occurs when daylight saving time occurs. Addresses an issue affecting certain applications that use IDBObjectStore. They don’t work in Microsoft Edge and IE mode. Addresses an issue affecting all registry settings under the Policy path. They may be deleted. This occurs when you do not rename the local temporary user policy file during Group Policy processing. Gives user accounts the ability to open an elevated Windows Terminal. This only works if they are using an admin account that hasn’t been logged in before. Addresses issues that may affect your computer when you play games. Timeout Detection and Recovery (TDR) errors may occur. This update affects the Desktop Window Manager (DWM). This increases their reliability. Addresses an issue affecting certain apps. In some cases, video flickering occurs. Addresses an issue affecting the.msi file. Minor update not installed. This occurs when you use the EnterpriseDesktopAppManagement (CSP) configuration service provider to distribute the .msi file. Addresses an issue affecting It gets excessive HTTP traffic. Addresses an issue affecting the Spooler service. It stops working. This issue occurs when you print using a specific workspace. Addresses an issue affecting devices using Network Protector for BitLocker. The device will not resume after being suspended. Addresses an issue affecting the tib.sys driver. It doesn’t load. This occurs when HyperVisor Protected Code Integrity (HVCI) is enabled. Addresses an issue affecting TextInputHost.exe. It stops working. Addresses an issue affecting File Explorer (explorer.exe). It stops working. Addresses an issue affecting Azure Virtual Desktop and Windows 365 users. You may not see the correct location for your Remote Desktop session on your virtual machine or Cloud PC. Addresses an issue affecting HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerUser Shell Folders. You can now set and maintain the correct default permissions for this directory path. If the permissions are incorrect, Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Start menu, search, and authentication fail. Addresses an issue affecting the File Explorer window. They suddenly appear in the foreground. Addresses an issue affecting some earbuds. They stopped streaming music. Addresses an issue affecting the Recommended section of the Start menu. When you right click a local file it doesn’t behave as expected. This update affects the processing of Active Directory event ID 1644. It now accepts events longer than 64 KB. This change truncates Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) queries contained in events of 1644 to 20000 characters by default. You can configure the 20K value using the registry key “DEFAULT_DB_EXPENSIVE_SEARCH_FILTER_MAX_LOGGING_LENGTH_IN_CHARS.” Addresses an issue affecting those who have the “Smart Card is Required for Interactive Logon” account option enabled. When RC4 is disabled, you cannot authenticate to the Remote Desktop Services farm. The error message is, “An authentication error has occurred. The type of encryption requested is not supported by KDC.”

New features, fixes, and changes are now available for devices enrolled in the Stable Channel. Updates will be downloaded and installed automatically, but you can always force an update from Arrangement > Windows update and click button “Check for updates”. If you’re still using the original version of Windows 11, you can use these instructions to upgrade to version 22H2.

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