Microsoft has recently released Windows 11 builds 22631.2115 and 22621.2115 for Insiders on the Beta Channel. These builds come with bug fixes, although last week’s flight introduced new 23H2 features such as the ability to use Windows Ink for handwriting.
Among the bug fixes included in these builds, is a solution for inaccurate brightness settings and a fix for print jobs abruptly stopping. Additionally, Beta Channel Insiders can now use Narrator detailed reading with Traditional Chinese characters.
In other news, the Windows Insider team has announced that the August 2023 Bug Bash will commence on August 2. This bug bash will cover the latest features available in preview builds across the Canary, Dev, and Beta Channels.
Furthermore, Insiders in the US now have access to AI-powered review summaries in the Microsoft Store. This feature, which was first unveiled at Microsoft’s Build developer conference in May, is now available for testing by Insiders.
Lastly, Windows 11’s AI capabilities continue to expand, with the Dev Channel Insiders now able to try out Windows Copilot. This new AI assistant can be pinned on the right side of the screen.
Overall, Microsoft is continuously enhancing Windows 11 with new AI features, providing users with an improved and advanced experience.