Windows 11 Dev build 22523 redirects the more classic control panel to settings, etc.
Microsoft today released a new version of Windows 11 for Insiders on the development channel. Dubbed Build 22523, the new version brings some improvements to File Explorer, Snap groups, as well as changes to the control panel in settings, returning to a more classic feel. And as usual, the version also has a long list of fixes.
And with the release of this version, Microsoft also wished Dev Channel insiders a very “Happy Holidays!”
Here is the list of changes and improvements made to this version:
We show groups of snapshots in ALT + TAB and the task view, just like when you hover over open apps on the taskbar, and see them there, with all the insiders in the development channel. just like when you hover over open apps on the taskbar and see them there, with all the insiders in the dev channel.
When File Explorer is open on this PC, the option to add media server and (if applicable) remove media server is now available when you click the “…” in the command bar .
As part of our ongoing efforts to move settings from Control Panel to the Settings app:
The links to Programs and Features in Control Panel will now open to Settings> Applications> Installed Applications.
We’re moving uninstall updates (for cumulative updates, etc.) from Control Panel to a new page in Settings under Settings> Windows Update> Update History.
We will be updating the story with all bug fixes and known issues very soon.
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