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Weekly Digest: Windows 11 22H2, One Outlook, Xbox bar, tech tips

In case you missed it, Windows 11 22H2 nears completion, One Outlook app leaks, Edge is getting a VPN features, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.

This week on Pureinfotech, Microsoft has released another nearly final version of Windows 11 (version 22H2) in the Dev and Beta Channels with a bunch of fixes and improvements expected to arrive during the second half of 2022.

A prerelease of the upcoming One Outlook email client for Windows 11 leaks onto the web revealing more details about the app and its functionality.

Microsoft is working on a new feature for the Xbox Game Bar experience called “controller bar,” a new menu that opens when pressing the Xbox button on the controller to surface recently played games and installed games quickly.

The desktop version of Microsoft Edge is getting a Virtual Private Network (VPN) called “Edge Secure Network” using the Cloudflare VPN service. The service will be free, but there is a catch.

Tech tips roundup

This week, you also learned several tips to get the most out of Windows, including the different ways to troubleshoot and fix Bluetooth problems on Windows 11.

We looked into the process of upgrading from Windows 11 Home to Pro by applying a new product key.

If you only use a single monitor or you work on multiple projects, you can use these instructions to use Desktops to create virtual desktops to separate your tasks.

Windows 11 aligns the Taskbar to the center of the screen, but you can always move the items like the Start button and the Start menu to the left with these steps.

In preparation for the release of version 22H2, we looked into the steps to uninstall updates with the new interface available on Windows 11.

You now know the steps to change the Start menu layout to show more pins and fewer recommendation items. Also, we looked into the steps to enable, manage, and disable the new Do Not Disturb feature on Windows 11 22H2 to suppress notifications.

Finally, on Windows 10, we looked into the instructions to back up the Registry, check the complete network configuration, and set the correct time zone of your computer.