Microsoft Releases Windows 11 Build 22471 on Dev Channel Fixing Bug with Icons, Taskbar and More

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Microsoft Releases Windows 11 Build 22471 on Dev Channel Fixing Bug with Icons, Taskbar and More

The news throughout the day is the arrival of Windows 11. We have already seen how to get the latest version of Windows and what are the requirements that your PC should gather. But beyond the global version of Windows 11 they continue to work on versions within the Insider Program and so on. have released Build 22471 within the Dev Channel.

Oriented to the big update due to arrive in fall 2022, Microsoft has announced on his blog the release of Build 22471. A compilation that comes with mostly fixes on bugs present in previous releases.

Changes and improvements


  • TabletInputService is now TextInputManagementService.
  • In the “Taskbar” they have fixed a bug that caused hidden taskbar icons to have sharp corners instead of rounded corners at times.
  • Using the down arrow when interacting with the desktop dropdown context menu should now move the focus down the menu instead of dismissing it.
  • In File Explorer, a bug that caused explorer.exe to sometimes crash when closing File Explorer windows has been fixed.
  • Fixed an issue where voice typing could fail with an error message mentioning a network connection problem when that was not actually the cause of the error.
  • If you are using the touch keyboard in “Kana” key mode for the Japanese IME, the key labels will now correctly display the character that will be entered when you hold down the Shift key.
  • Fixed a bug that caused textinputhost.exe to sometimes crash on startup.
  • Now typing wt in the Run dialog will now open the Windows Terminal in the foreground instead of the background.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause applications to hang with a minimized view after disconnecting an external monitor and resuming the system from sleep.

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  • Fixed a network issue for Insiders running certain traffic optimization software. This should lead to better performance on websites that use HTTP / 3.
  • Fixes an issue where some devices were not upgrading to a newer build with error code 0xc1900101. If you suffer from this bug, send a notice to the Feedback Center.
  • Updated the “reboot required” dialog for Windows Update to now read Windows 11. Note that you will only see the results of this change when you are prompted to reboot for the next flight as it must be on a build With the change.
  • Fixed a DWM crash that could occur when enabling a contrast theme.
  • Fixes an issue for ARM64 processor computers that could cause certain applications to not respond to display language changes if they were installed before upgrading to Windows 11.
  • Addresses an issue where launching explorer.exe from an elevated process would use a lower memory priority, affecting the performance of all processes started later.

Known issues

Windows 11

  • Users who upgrade builds, or earlier, to newer Dev Channel builds using the latest Dev Channel ISO, may receive the following warning message: “The build you are trying to install has Flight Signed.” To continue with the installation it is necessary to enable the flight signature. If you receive this message, press the Enable button, restart your PC and try the update again.
  • Some users may experience reduced screen time-outs and sleep mode. They investigate the potential impact that shorter screen and idle times could have on power consumption.
  • In some cases, you may not be able to enter text when using Search from the start or the taskbar. If you experience the problem, press WIN + R on your keyboard to open the Run dialog box, then close it.
  • The taskbar sometimes flickers when changing input methods.
  • They investigate reports that the Notification Center will go into a state in recent builds where it won’t start. If you are affected by this, restarting explorer.exe may solve the problem.
  • After clicking the search icon on the taskbar, the search panel may not open. If this happens, restart the “Windows Explorer” process and reopen the search panel.
  • The search panel may appear black and not display any content below the search box.
  • The widget board may appear empty. To fix the problem, you can log out and log back in.
  • Widgets may be displaying the wrong size on external monitors. If you come across this, you can launch the widgets via touch or WIN + W shortcut on your real PC screen first and then launch them on your secondary monitors.

If you belong to the Dev Channel within the Insider Program with Windows 11, you can download the update by going the usual route, that is, “Settings> Update and Security> Windows Update”.

More information | Microsoft

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