Windows 11 Dev Build 23575 Introduces New Folder for Recently Added Apps in Start Menu

Microsoft is concluding the week by providing another flight for Insiders on the Dev Channel. With today’s release of Windows 11 Dev build 23575, Microsoft is currently testing the grouping of recently added apps into a folder located within the Recommended section of the Start Menu.

Initially, this new folder will be rolled out to a specific subset of Insiders on the Dev Channel. Similar to the app folders that users can manually create on the Windows 11 Start Menu, this new folder, named “Recently Added,” will display up to 4 app icons. This allows users to conveniently view recently installed apps at a glance.

In addition to this feature, several bug fixes have been addressed in the Windows 11 Dev build 23575. Notably, Microsoft resolved an issue that caused certain games to fail to launch with a “0x1” error in the previous two Dev Channel flights. Furthermore, Insiders will no longer encounter the Settings Home requesting them to sign into their Microsoft account, even if they are already signed in.

If you missed the news earlier this week, Microsoft also introduced the Windows 11 Canary build 25982, which marks the much-anticipated rollout of the Copilot AI assistant in this channel. Additionally, the Windows 11 Beta build 22635.2552 was released yesterday, featuring two minor changes to the Settings app.

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