This week on Pureinfotech: A new preview of Windows 11 (build 22572) made its way to the Dev Channel with some visual changes and hidden features that enable an early preview of tabs on File Explorer. Furthermore, the latest preview of Windows 11 also now includes a reference for version 22H2.
AMD has confirmed that a system firmware update is in the works to address intermittent stutter with Ryzen processors on Windows 11 and Windows 10. However, the update won’t be available for some time.
Some Surface devices like Surface Laptop Studio, Surface Laptop, Surface Duo, and others received the March 2022 update with fixes for security vulnerabilities and system stability improvements.
This week, Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) received an update with improvements for video decoding, networking, mail integration, and more.
As part of the Patch Tuesday update for March 2022, Windows 11 21H2, 21H1, and 20H2 received a bunch of improvements and fixes for the file deletion problems with OneDrive using the recovery tools. Older versions of the OS also got updated. In addition, Windows 11 received the update KB5011493 to fix the same file deletion issue and a slew of other problems.
Tech tips roundup
This week, you also learned a bunch of tips to get the most out of Windows, including the steps to enable the next experimental version of File Explorer with tabs on build 22572.
You now know the steps to use Credential Manager to edit, add, or remove web and network credentials on Windows 11.
We looked into the steps to create a bootable media to bypass the Windows 11 system requirements using the Rufus tool. In addition, you now know the steps to enable Dynamic Refresh Rate and the steps to prevent your computer from waking up at night on Windows 11.
If you have to extract tar.gz (tarball) files created in Linux or macOS, you can use the native “tar” support on Windows 11. Also, we looked at the steps to change the display text size on Windows 11 and delete files older than a number of days using PowerShell.
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