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    Latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build lets you change the volume by scrolling the mouse...


    Microsoft released a new Windows 11 insider preview build a few days ago. The current version is Build 22478.1012. It brings a couple of interesting changes to the operating system. The latest build includes the new Fluent emoji that users were waiting for, or does it? Take a look at the new emojis.

    Latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build lets you change the volume by scrolling the mouse... Windows-11-Fluent-Emoji.png

    Here is a screenshot from Microsoft Design's blog, which showed off the 3D fluent emoji.

    Latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build lets you change the volume by scrolling the mouse... Windows-11-3D-emojis.jpg

    If you look at the two images, you can tell that the design of the emojis are not even close. Brandon LeBlanc, Senior Program Manager of the Windows Insider Program, posted a Tweet in reply to a user who complained about the emojis. LeBlanc says that "they" (the Marketing team) used the wrong graphics, and that Windows 11 will use the 2D versions.

    The 2D emojis are an upgrade from the current versions, but those 3D emoticons looked really crisp. That said, people aren't upgrading to a new OS just for the sake of emojis, are they? Well, I guess we should insert a sad face emoji here.

    Moving on to the next important change, the new Windows 11 Insider Preview build lets you change the volume quickly. Currently, you either have to rely on your keyboard's multimedia keys, or click the Volume icon on the system tray, and then drag the slide (or use the mouse wheel) to adjust the sound levels. The fresh preview build allows you to adjust the volume by mousing over the Volume icon, and scrolling the mouse wheel.

    Image Courtesy: Microsoft

    If you have been using the built-in file manager in Windows 11, you may have observed that it takes a second or two to perform various tasks. Build 22478 ships with a fix for File Explorer's bad performance. The latest version also fixes the Notification Center from getting stuck, and becoming non-responsive.

    Interestingly, some users are reporting that they have blank tabs in the Windows 11 Task Manager. A few others say they experienced an SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION error while updating to the new version. There are a few more known issues with this build, the Search function may not work correctly, and to fix this you need to open the Run box (Win + R), and close it. For the full list of known issues, check the official announcement.

    Microsoft is introducing a new process for the update experience, called Update Stack Packages. It has been implemented in the Dev Channel starting with Build 22478, and will allow fixes to be installed before a Monthly or Feature update is installed. You may toggle the option for this feature from the Settings > Windows Update screen.

    If you are currently enrolled into the Windows 11 Insider Preview program, you will see a Windows Update labeled KB5007328. Download and install it to patch your OS to Build 22478.1012.

    Microsoft has also released a couple of new wallpapers to celebrate the 7th anniversary of the Windows Insider Program.

    Latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build lets you change the volume by scrolling the mouse... Windows-Insider-Program-new-wallpaper-light-theme.jpg

    You can download the light theme and dark theme wallpapers from the official website.

    Latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build lets you change the volume by scrolling the mouse... Windows-Insider-Program-new-wallpaper-dark-theme.jpg

    If you are on the stable version of Windows 11 or on Windows 10, and want a similar feature, try the open-source program, TbVolScroll.

    Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build lets you change the volume by scrolling the mouse wheel over the tray icon appeared first on gHacks Technology News.

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  2. Unable to install latest insider preview build

    Hi,

    Currently I am on 14986 build and unable to install the latest build and keep getting the pop-up message to install the latest build. As I am trying to update the build but it's keep failing and getting error. Is there any direct link to download and install
    the latest insider preview build. Please give any suggestion to help me out.
     
    vivek maurya, Oct 18, 2021
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  3. Why is my mouse scroll changing my volume

    Hi,

    For us to properly isolate the issue with your mouse scroll, we would like to know the following:

    • Were there any changes made on your computer prior to the issue (e.g. updates, software installation)?
    • Are you using a wired or a wireless mouse?
    • Have you tried using your mouse to a different computer? If yes, how was it?
    • Have you tried a different mouse to your current computer? If yes, what is the result?
    • To make sure that we have not missed on anything, what troubleshooting steps have you done so far?

    In the meantime, we suggest that you try installing the latest hardware driver to resolve the issue. You may follow the steps provided by
    Andre Da Costa in his article.

    We look forward to your response.
     
    Michael Gall, Oct 18, 2021
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  4. Latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build lets you change the volume by scrolling the mouse...

    How do I change scroll direction of a mouse NOT listed under Mice?

    Thanks; yes, those are great directions and did work to change the direction of the wired mouse that came with the computer. But the mouse I'm using doesn't show up as a mouse in the hardware list, so I can't follow the rest of those steps. I need the mouse to appear on the list of mice in order to complete this sequence.
     
    salishsong, Oct 18, 2021
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