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Today, Microsoft is releasing another Windows 11 Insider Preview build in the Dev channel, and it’s once again pretty boring. Windows 11 build 22463 only contains some modest changes and a list of fixes.

Normally, fixes should be celebrated, as it results in a better experience for everyone. The problem is that there’s no value proposition to being in the Dev channel at all. There are no new features to play around with while you’re risking your system’s stability. There’s risk with no reward.

More importantly, you can switch from the Beta to the Dev channel at any time. If Microsoft decides to offer some new features in the Dev channel, something it says won’t happen for a while, you can choose to switch to the channel then. But once you’re on it, it’s much harder to roll back.

Now, onto what’s new in Windows 11 Insider Preview build 22463. As mentioned, there isn’t much. You can now use Ctrl + Shift + C to copy a file path from File Explorer, there are some minor adjustments to contrast theme, and there’s a new icon in Quick Settings to help you more easily manage audio endpoints. In the Start Menu, Ease of Access is now called Accessibility, and you can now choose for Focus Assist to be automatically turned on after a feature update.

That’s it. If we didn’t write down what was new, you probably wouldn’t even notice it.

Of course, there are also a whole bunch of fixes and known issues in Windows 11 Insider Preview build 22463. Here’s what’s fixed:

As usual, you can grab today’s build via Windows Update. If you’re not on the Dev channel yet, you can enroll through the Windows Insider Program page in Settings.

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