Microsoft outlined other incoming changes, including a new Windows Backup app that makes transferring all your files and settings to a new system easier. The app will allow you to restore your pinned apps, files, settings, and credentials.
If you rely on voice dictation for writing, it’ll soon be easier to offer real-time corrections using your voice. Saying “correct” followed by the text you want corrected (or simply saying “correct that” to work on the last word) brings up a context menu where you can use your voice to choose between preset fixes or specify exact corrections.
There are tons of other small changes incoming, such as algorithm tweaks to make the Start menu’s “Recommended apps” section more useful. Users will also get the option to decouple taskbar icons for individual windows belonging to the same app, visual tweaks for several emoji, improved network security options, and a smorgasbord of bug fixes.
Microsoft is previewing these changes as part of the opt-in Windows 11 Insider program. It’s available as Preview Build 23466, and you can try it right now by downloading the ISO file here if you’re a member of the program. Pending successful tests, all users will have these updates in a future build.