Windows 11 build 23575 groups recently added apps in Start menu

Microsoft pushes another preview of Windows 11 in the Dev Channel with Copilot, Start menu, and File Explorer improvements.

Windows 11 build 23575 download
Windows 11 build 23575 download
  • Windows 11 build 23575 is now available in the Dev Channel.
  • This update introduces groups recently installed in the Start menu recommendation section.
  • In addition, this flight fixes issues with Copilot, File Explorer, and Settings app.

Build 23575 for Windows 11 is now rolling out for participants of the Windows Insider Program in the Dev Channel. In this release, Microsoft is releasing fixes and some visual changes.

According to the official changes, Windows 11 build 23575 has an updated Start menu experience that brings groups to the “Recommended” section that combines recently added apps into one group. In addition, this flight addresses the problem where the Copilot feature disappeared from the Taskbar in the Home edition of the operating system.

As part of the changes for File Explorer, this release fixes the tooltip staying on the screen in the Gallery page, crashes with the “explorer.exe” process after closing the application, and scrolling issues with touch. Microsoft notes that it’s made performance improvements when opening the context menu.

This update finally fixes a problem that was preventing specific games from launching with the “0x1” error. In addition, address the Home page in Settings, which may show a prompt to sign into your Microsoft account. Also, fixes the dropdown menu in the settings page of the Task Manager.

It’s important to note that Microsoft is still in the process of gradually rolling out Copilot, and it’s currently only available as a preview in North America, the United Kingdom, and parts of Asia and South America. However, in the future, the AI chatbot will expand to more markets. In the meantime, you can try these instructions and solutions to enable Copilot on your device.

Install build 23575

If you want to download and install the Windows 11 build 23575, enroll your device in the Dev Channel using the “Windows Insider Program” settings from the “Windows Update” section.

Once you enroll the computer in the program, you can download build 23575 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.

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