Windows 11 Beta and Release Preview Channel Insiders now have access to capabilities that were previously available only to Dev Channel users thanks to a new Windows Web Experience bundle that Microsoft recently released. Many new Widgets and a more useful Snipping tool app are supported by the new Windows Web Experience pack version 423.5100.0.0 for Beta and Release Preview Channel.
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What New Features You Will Get To See With New Windows Updates?
New widgets including Xbox Game Pass, Messenger, Phone Link, Spotify are now available to Beta Channel Insiders and those in the Release Preview Channel. The widgets work fine and are in the final phase of their testing as they were provided to the Dev Channel Insiders for quite some time now.
The new Snipping tool with a screen recording feature and Notepad with a tabbed layout is also visible if you are in the Release Preview Channel. Of course, after installing the most recent Windows Web Experience bundle, you’ll need to update the Notepad and Snipping tool programs from the Microsoft Store.
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When Will These Updates Be Available For the General Public?
Microsoft is getting set to deploy the Windows 11 Moment 2 upgrade in March. By adding those new Widgets and a more sophisticated Snipping tool app to the Release Preview Channel, Microsoft is effectively confirming that these modifications will also be included in the Moment 2 release. But, Moment 2 ought to cover a lot more ground than just the updated Notepad, Snipping tool, and Widgets.
A tablet-optimized Taskbar, new Taskbar search bar choices, Energy recommendations in the Settings app, Voice access improvements, a contemporary system tray flyout, and other changes could also be included in the Windows 11 Moment 2 release.
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Your Thoughts On Windows 11 Beta & Preview Channel Gets New Updates
Let’s hope these new features enhance the Windows 11 user experience. We can expect these updates in the final update known as Moment 2 in the month of March 2023. There are rumors that the Moment 3 updates are not far behind and can be expected in a couple of months after Moment 2 has been released.
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