Windows 11 Build 22610 Comes With New Bug, Review

The latest preview of Windows 11 is causing the problem. Microsoft has acknowledged two new bugs. The first is related to the “Show hidden icons” fly-out menu on the taskbar.

Windows 11 Build 22610 has been available for a few days via the Insider Program’s DEV and BETA channels. Unfortunately the operating system comes with a bug. Microsoft has officially acknowledged this. However, this does not apply to everyone. An investigation is underway to understand why the “Show hidden icons” flyout is not displaying properly.

Running Windows 11 build 22610, what should we remember from this version?

We currently do not have a date when a patch will be released. Teams are working on the matter. The solution will probably go through the publication of a cumulative update or a new OS preview.

Windows 11 build 22610, workarounds exist

Meanwhile, Vishal offers a solution. It is not practical, but it has a short existence. is explained

“After upgrading to Build 22610, the ‘Show hidden icons in system tray’ flyout may disappear entirely for some users, even though it is turned on under Settings > Personalization > Taskbar and “Other system tray icons” ‘ appears as.

As a workaround if you need access to the icons you see in this flyout menu, you can right-click on the taskbar to open the taskbar settings page, select “Activity” on Apps to toggle off “Taskbar Angle” overflow”. Until the problem is resolved.”

Microsoft has also confirmed another problem in this Windows 1 Preview. This affects the “efficiency” mode. it is specified

Enabling “Efficiency” mode from the Task Manager command bar can cause the list of processes to fluctuate between applications and the background group on the Processes page. As a workaround, to enable/disable this mode right-click and use the context menu, then close and reopen Task Manager. ,

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