Windows 11 Build 22567 released with new design features and more


Windows 11 Build 22567 is rolling out with a number of design improvements and some new features aimed at improving Windows Update. Today’s preview is available to those on the Dev Channel and it will not install on unsupported machines unless you edit the registry or upgrade the RAM to at least 4GB.

The preview update is called “Windows 11 Insider Preview 22567 (NI_RELEASE)” and comes from the active development branch named “Nickel”. Microsoft says the new features in the update are not tied to any particular version of the operating system, but we expect some of these changes to appear in Windows 11 version 22H2, the first major update in this year.

Build 22567 isn’t as big as previous updates, but it does have a lot of improvements for the Windows Update and Microsoft account settings page. According to the official release notes, Windows Update now prioritizes background updates when significant amounts of power sources such as wind or solar power are available.

Windows 11 update version 22567

The move is part of the company’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions and help the tech giant reach its goal. You can always choose to download and install Windows updates immediately by going to Settings > Windows Update > Check for updates.

So how does the power saving feature work? According to Microsoft, Windows Update will pull regional carbon intensity data from electricMap or WattTime. If the feature is supported in your region, text will appear on the settings page. However, remember that the feature is still rolling out, so it might not appear for everyone just yet.

What’s new in Windows 11 Build 22567

Microsoft is introducing a new “Your Microsoft Account” feature under Settings > Account to help users monitor their OneDrive storage, payment, subscriptions, and Microsoft 365 information in Windows 11.

Build 22567 for Windows 11

In today’s update, you can now view a new interface for managing Microsoft 365 subscriptions. Similarly, you can now view payment details in the subscription card experience.

If you don’t have a subscription, Microsoft will use the Settings page to highlight the benefits of Microsoft 365. You can still access your Office web apps, OneDrive storage, or upgrade to a Microsoft 365 subscription if you don’t have a subscription. no premium account at the moment.

Additionally, Microsoft is updating Windows 11’s OOBE (out-of-the-box experience) with Android phone integration. You can link your phone and PC right from the OOBE screen, so you’ll have instant access to everything on your phone, right after you first set up your desktop.

The integration will allow users to access apps, text messages, calls and more on their PC.

New “Open With” Dialog on Windows 11

Microsoft is introducing a new WinUI-based design for the “Open With” dialog or app switcher to align with Windows 11 Fluent principles.

The updated dialog, which replaces the Windows 8-era dialog, adds support for light and dark themes.

New design of Windows 11

Microsoft is starting to roll out the feature, so it’s not available to all testers yet.

Other improvements in Windows 11 Build 22567:

  • Microsoft is investigating support for a new security feature called “Security App Control (SAC)” that blocks untrusted or potentially dangerous apps. The feature aims to protect users without inconveniencing them and can automatically detect dangerous apps. You will find the feature in the App & Browser Control section.
  • A small animation will appear over the pinned app to the taskbar. Microsoft is updating multi-finger touch gestures to include responsive and delightful animations.
  • Microsoft is bringing voice input packs to the Microsoft Store for device-based speech recognition.
  • You can now choose which microphone to use for voice input when you have a microphone.
  • Under the hood, the improvements should make it easier to find Settings in Windows 11’s Settings app. It fixes problems with finding Settings and provides users with a more accurate list of search results.

How to install Windows 11 version 22567

To install Windows 11 Build 22567, follow these steps:

  1. To visit Settings > Windows Insider Program.
  2. Switch to the development channel.
  3. If you are on stable or beta, switch to Dev.
  4. Click on “Check for updates“.
  5. Select “Download and install”.
  6. Click on “Restart now”.

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