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The latest Windows 11 Insider build brings Windows Studio Effects to Quick Settings

Microsoft Windows 11 Studio Effects

Yesterday, Microsoft released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22621.885 and Build 22623.885 (KB5020054) to the Beta Channel. This new Insider build brings the ability to access Windows Studio Effects from Quick Settings, new Energy Recommendations, expanded size of widgets board, the ability to rearrange icons in the hidden icons flyout in the system tray and more. Find the full change log below.

What’s new in Build 22621.885 & 22623.885

Expanded View in Widgets

Need more space in your widgets board? Can’t quite see everything at a glance? We’re trying out some changes that will allow you to expand the size of your widgets board.

The widgets board in expanded view.

Use the expand and collapse button in the top right corner of the board, next to the add widgets button, to expand or collapse the size of your widgets board.

The button that shows at the top right to expand the widgets board.

The size of your board is remembered, so if you prefer your widgets board to always show you more content and leave it expanded then that’s how it will be the next time you open it.

Changes and Improvements in Build 22623.885

[System Tray]

  • This build includes support to rearrange icons in the hidden icons flyout in the system tray that began rolling out with Build 22623.746.

[Input]

  • We are introducing the new Tamil Anjal keyboard for the Tamil language. To add it, make sure Tamil (Singapore), Tamil (Malaysia), Tamil (Sri Lanka), or Tamil (India) is listed under Settings > Time & Language > Language & Region, and then click the “…” next to the language, select Language Options, and add Tamil Anjal (QWERTY) to the list of keyboards.
  • This build includes support for the use of clipboard history (WIN + V) on password fields.
  • Switched the touch keyboard icon option under Settings > Personalization > Taskbar from being a toggle to now being a dropdown where you can select Never, Always, or When no keyboard attached.

You can read about the bug fixes and known issues in this build from the source link below.

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