Windows 11 new Open With UI

Weekly Digest: Windows 11 22H2, WebView 2, tech tips

In case you missed it, Windows 11 22H2 receive another update, WebView 2 Runtime comes to Windows 10, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.

This week on Pureinfotech, Windows 11 22H2 received another cumulative update ahead of the official release with various fixes and improvements.

Windows 11 build 25151 was released on the Dev Channel with minor changes, and the Open With menu is back with this flight, but it’s a feature you need to enable manually.

Microsoft announced that the WebView 2 Runtime is coming to Windows 10 to make it easier for developers to ship apps that display web contents without additional steps. In addition, the update KB5014666 made its way to the Release Preview Channel to address several problems with Windows 10 21H2.

The company also revealed the next four games that Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass members can download for free in July 2022.

Tech tips roundup

This week, you also learned a bunch of tips to get the most out of Windows, including the steps to add passwords to your PDF documents without needing experienced software.

If you forgot your account password, you could use this workaround to bypass the login and change your local account password on Windows 11.

We looked into the steps to change the desktop wallpaper on a computer with Windows 11 without an activation, schedule automatic restore points to undo system changes, and fix the clock out of sync on your computer.

On Windows 10, you now know the steps to open a firewall port, enable Dynamic lock, and check the BIOS version.

We also looked into the steps to upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 to keep the device your device supported after January 2023. In addition, you can use these instructions to uninstall WSL2 on Windows 10, show hidden files in File Explorer, and backup and restore the Registry.

Finally, we looked into the steps to backup your profile folders (Documents, Pictures, and Desktop) to OneDrive.