Microsoft has recently released two new Windows 11 Insider builds for the Beta Channel. These builds, namely build 22631.2050, bring a range of new features to the upcoming Windows 11 23H2 update. Previously introduced features on more advanced Channels, such as the ability to use Windows Ink for handwritten input, are now available in this build. One notable addition is the updated Windows share window, which matches the overall design language of Windows 11 and includes a search box, more suggestion contacts, and Outlook share support. Insiders can also expect enhancements like Dynamic Lighting settings for devices with RGB lights, a modern volume mixer in Quick Settings for per-app volume control and spatial audio settings, Windows Spotlight wallpapers for previewing and accessing location information, passkeys support for using Windows Hello on apps and websites, warnings for unsafe password copy and paste, new natural voices for Narrator in various languages, and camera alerts for camera failures or closed shutters. While Windows 11 version 23H2 is set to be delivered via an enablement package later this year, the current build already offers significant updates. The inclusion of Windows Copilot, a new AI assistant, is yet to be confirmed but will likely be tested with Beta Channel Insiders.