Windows 11, Microsoft Improves and Optimizes the Start Menu

Windows 11 introduces significant changes to the Start Menu. Much has been talked about this “major” update so that Microsoft doesn’t miss the opportunity to refine its experience and fix bugs.

Windows 11 build 22563 provides a range of improvements and bug fixes. This preview has been available for a few days through the Windows Insider Program’s DEV channel. Microsoft states that it has fixed a lot of problems.

For example, a bug that crashes when sharing an application from the “All applications” list has been fixed. A fix addresses an issue where it launches inconsistently with new touch gestures. Additional icons have also been fixed while recommended items are added or removed with new enter or exit animations.

Performance improvements also benefit. We find correction of the fuzzy effect of application names in folders making it difficult to read.

Windows 11 and Start Menu

Microsoft Summarizes

“When new recommended items are added or removed, their icons will be animated to fade out and disappear. The sleep icon is no longer displayed as a bell in the power menu. We fixed an issue that caused the power to The button tooltip apostrophe was not displaying correctly. App names in folders are no longer briefly blurred when opening folders in the Home screen. We fixed a crash when sharing an app from the All Apps list.”

Many of these improvements should find their way to the consumer version of Windows 11. Microsoft is no longer waiting for a feature update to be released to roll out this kind of content. So it’s not impossible to see all this little world has to offer through a new cumulative update.

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