Windows 11 build 22623.1180 (KB5022363) rolls out in Beta Channel

Microsoft pushes another update preview of Windows 11 with various updates for existing features and fixes.

Windows 11 KB5022363
Windows 11 KB5022363
  • Windows 11 22H2 receives builds 22621.1180 and 22623.1180 (KB5022363) in the Beta Channel.
  • This update brings visual changes to the Accounts settings and Widgets.
  • Also, it includes various fixes and improvements for Windows 11.

Microsoft rolls out Windows 11 build 22623.1180 (KB5022363) with new features enabled by default and the preview build 22621.1180 (KB5022363) with features turned off by default for computers in the Beta Channel.

Build 22623.1180 for Windows 11, according to the official changes, introduces an updated version of the Accounts page that now shows a storage usage warning as you reach your OneDrive subscription quota and more details on how the storage is being utilized. Also, in flight, the Widgets dashboard is removing the sign-in requirements making the contents of the feature available to everyone.

Finally, in addition to new fixes and improvements, Microsoft is rolling out an update for the “Get Help” app with tools to troubleshoot and fix network problems to replace the legacy “Network troubleshooter.”

Windows 11 build 22623.1180 and 22621.1180

Starting with this flight, Windows 11 updates the “Accounts” settings section with visual elements to show a storage usage warning as you reach your OneDrive subscription quota and more details on how the storage is being utilized, including Outlook attachments.

Windows 11 Accounts settings
Windows 11 Accounts settings (Source: Microsoft)

Also, the Widgets dashboard is getting an update that removes the requirement to sign in to allow everyone to access the features. (If Widgets isn’t for you, use these instructions to remove it completely.)

Changes and fixes for build 22623.1180

These are the fixes specific to build 22623.1180:

Taskbar & System Tray

  • Fixed an issue where right clicking on certain icons in the hidden icons flyout would make the flyout dismiss rather than bringing up the context menu for that icon.
  • Fixed an explorer.exe crash which could happen when attempting to load certain app icons.
  • Task view should no longer show behind the taskbar when using tablet-optimized taskbar options.
  • Fixed an issue that was preventing taskbar from showing in Safe Mode when using the new search box option.

Task Manager

  • When the Task Manager window size is small and the search box collapses to an icon, hovering over the icon will now show a tooltip.
  • Fixed a few issues with how icons and labels were displayed when a contrast mode is enabled.

Other fixes

  • Fixed an issue where Braille devices were incorrectly saying there was no screen on the latest version of Braille.

Install build 22623.1180

If you want to download and install the Windows 11 build 22623.1180, you need to enroll your device in the Beta Channel using the “Windows Insider Program” settings from the “Update & Security” section.

Once you enroll the computer in the program, you can download build 22623.1180 from the “Windows Update” settings by clicking the Check for Updates button. However, you will need a device that meets the minimum system requirements to receive the update if you are new to the Windows Insider Program. If the device receives build 22621.1180, you can check again for updates to download build 22623.1180.

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