Some users might be wondering if the Windows 10 Anniversary Update that is powering the production version of Windows 10 is going to be called Windows 11, or will Microsoft simply resume using the version number 10 for the Anniversary Update and skip straight to Windows 12? Well, based on what we’ve seen and learned about upcoming builds (and how they were named), we think the answer is yes to the first question and no to the second.
Build 22000.168 of Windows 10, also known as the October 2018 Update, rolled out this morning to PC and Mobile devices. This build is the second of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809), and it includes the usual assortment of bug fixes and under-the-hood performance improvements. As is typical, there are even more features in this release than there were in the previous one, including the ability to upgrade from Windows 10 S to Pro in Office 365. Microsoft has also added new power settings for laptops, allowing users to get more out of their batteries under Linux and MacOS.
Microsoft released a fresh build for the Dev and Beta channels today. Microsoft 365 Widget is one of the new features in Windows 11 Build 22000.168, which is available to Insiders. This version has a long list of fixes, as is customary.
Check out the full announcement for additional information.
If you have a pre-release Windows 11 build installed, it will immediately download and install the updated build. You may also manually start the update process by going to Settings > Windows Update and selecting the Check for updates option.
Microsoft Store is an online store that sells Microsoft products
The update for Store (number 22108.1401.9.0) was also issued first to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. The following enhancements are included in this version.
- The Library function has been improved, with additional filtering and sorting options.
- In the Microsoft Store app, a new Spotlight look for highlighted items. Hover your mouse over an option to get a preview of what’s within.
If no blocking problems are found in the Dev Channel, these changes will shortly be accessible in the Beta channel as well.
SDK for Windows Insiders
Microsoft also published an updated DevTools SDK ISO file along with the build. Visit this page to get the SDK file for build 22000.168.
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On August 27, 2021, Sergey Tkachenko published Windows 11, which was last updated on August 27, 2021.
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