Windows 11 Pro Edition 21H2 RTM Final Build 22000.194 Untouched (x64) Incl. Activator
Windows 11, which was introduced in June, delivers a sleeker look compared to previous versions. New features include support for Android apps, more detailed widgets, an update to layouts for snapping applications to the screen and a revamped Microsoft Store.
New and redesigned features – such as Narrator, Magnifier, Closed Captions and Windows Speech Recognition – are meant to increase accessibility for those with disabilities.
Several notebook and tablet makers such as Acer, Asus, Dell, Samsung and Lenovo have been expected to have new Windows 11-eligible devices for sale at the operating software’s launch.
– Addressed an issue where if you enable then disable a contrast theme, it would lead to artifacts in title bars, in some cases making the minimize/maximize/close buttons hard to see and use.
– Fixed a crash with certain connected devices that could result in not being able to use Bluetooth.
– Mitigated an issue that was resulting in subtitles not appearing when expected in certain apps, particularly Japanese language subtitles.
– Fixed an issue that was causing certain PCs to bugcheck during modern standby.
– Mitigated an issue when typing with certain 3rd party IMEs into the search box in Settings that could result in the candidate window being rendered elsewhere on-screen (not attached to the search box) and/or characters inserted into the search box not displaying.
– They fixed an issue that causes PoThey rShell to create an infinite number of child directories. This issue occurs when you use the PoThey rShell Move-Item command to move a directory to one of its children. As a result, the volume fills up and the system stops responding.
– This build includes a change that aligns the enforcement of the Windows 11 system requirements on Virtual Machines (VMs) to be the same as it is for physical PCs. – Previously created VMs running Insider Preview builds may not update to the latest preview builds. In Hyper-V, VMs need to be created as a Generation 2 VM. Running Windows 11 in VMs in other virtualization products from vendors such as VMware and Oracle will continue to work as long as the hardware requirements are met.
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