Even with very specific requirements for installing Windows 11, Microsoft decided to open this system to many users. With this action, it ends up ignoring its specifications, leaving the responsibility to the users.
With the latest build of Windows 11, from the Insider Program, Microsoft ends up rolling back and removing the watermark it imposed. In addition to this novelty, there are other improvements that this version brings.
Watermark disappears from Windows 11
The latest version of Windows 11, still made for insiders, brings a novelty that many have been looking for. It comes down to eliminating, albeit temporarily, a change that Microsoft made to Windows and that wasn't to the satisfaction of most users.
In February of this year, Microsoft imposed a watermark on all computers that do not meet the requirements. This was a way of reminding users that their system might not be perfect and that it might have problems in the future.
With Windows 11 build 22610 now released, Microsoft is finally back and removing this watermark. Although it is something requested by many, this removal is temporary and may return in a later version, as announced for Microsoft.
More Microsoft news in this build
In addition to this change, this version of Windows 11 brings more news for testing. Microsoft mentions that there have been changes in Task Manager, which now respects system colors in pointers. Also, support for WEP and TKIP connections is returning, albeit temporarily.
There are also changes to the File Explorer context menu, with clearer information. Dedicated mode for tablets has also been removed from this system, but Microsoft Also warned It may bring you back soon.
This release and all new features will be improved and prepared to form the basis for the Windows 11 update. Microsoft expects to release version 22H2 in early fall to further improve its new operating system.
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