The latest Windows 11 preview is causing problems. Microsoft has acknowledged two new bugs. The first is about the “Show hidden icons” popup on the taskbar.
Windows 11 build 22610 is available for a few days through the DEV and BETA channels of the Insider Program. Unfortunately, the operating system comes with an error. Microsoft has officially recognized this. However, it does not apply to everyone. An investigation is underway to find out why the Show hidden icons popup was not displayed correctly.
Windows 11 build 22610 is coming out, what should we remember from this build?
We don’t currently have a release date close to the patch. The teams are working on this issue. The solution is likely to go through a cumulative update or publish a new preview of the operating system.
Windows 11 build 22610, solutions are there
In the meantime, the giant offers a solution. It is not practical but has less advantage in being. is explained
After upgrading to Build 22610, the ‘Show hidden icons’ popup in the system tray may disappear completely for some users, although it appears as ‘Running’ under Settings > Personalization > Taskbar and Other System Tray Icons.
As a workaround if you need to access the icons that will appear in this popup, you can right-click on the taskbar to open the taskbar settings page, and access “override taskbar corner” to toggle Activity on apps that need to be resolved “.
Microsoft has also confirmed another issue with Windows 1 preview. It’s affecting Efficiency mode. Has been chosen
“Enabling the ‘Efficiency’ mode from the Task Manager command bar may cause the list of processes to fluctuate between applications and background groups on the Processes page. Alternatively, right-click and use the context menu to enable/disable this mode, then close and reopen Task Manager.”