New Windows 11 build moves more options from Control Panel to Settings

Microsoft is rolling out its weekly build of Windows 11 to Insiders enrolled in the Dev channel, and this time we’re getting build 22523. After a fairly loaded build last week, Windows 11 build 22523 is a bit tamer, but it still includes some cool new features to try out. This build is also available to ARM64 PCs, which wasn’t the case for last week’s build, so if you have an ARM PC, you have even more new additions.
For starters, when you use Alt + Tab to switch apps, you’ll now see your snap groups listed, just like when you hover the mouse cursor over one of the apps on the taskbar. This feature was already available for some Dev channel Insiders before, but now everyone can use it. If you don’t yet know about snap groups, we have written a deep dive on how to use them.
Another noteworthy change is that if you open the This PC page in File Explorer, you’ll now be able to add media servers from the three-dot icon in the command bar. You can also remove media servers this way if yo…

Written By: João Carrasqueira

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