Microsoft just released the latest Windows Insider preview edition, Version 22000.160. In addition to the usual various bugs and stability fixes (and still a huge list of known issues, you really shouldn’t skip them if you plan to test and run them), two key features make this build an important stepping stone towards The road to public offering.First of all, Microsoft is now officially releasing the ISO for Insider Previews of Windows 11-even if we complete this process at techy’s points, there is no longer any need to skip the hoops to get a clean Windows 11 installation As seamless as possible for our readers already. The second is the addition of a new clock application with focus meeting functions.
The available ISO version is not the latest version, but-it is the internal version 22000.132. However, nothing prevents you from installing the available version and then forcing you to update to the latest version through the Windows Update feature. To do this, go to “Settings”> “Update & Security”> “Windows Insider Program” on your device. Set it as a development channel. Go to Settings> Update & Security> Windows Update to check for the latest updates and update your device to the latest version available in the development channel.
But it can be said that the new clock application is the focus of this version. The new and improved Windows clock application has been improved in accordance with the design philosophy of Windows 11. result? In addition to the appearance-well, beautiful, your mileage may vary-thanks to its new Focus Sessions feature, the Clock app should now prove to be more than just a glorified digital watch. Focus Sessions is a way for Microsoft to try to reduce overstimulation. By allowing you to set a custom Focus Session timer, it enables users to focus on the task at hand-essentially, a countdown clock before the next break, during which you should keep Focus. There are traces of gamification here: Microsoft allows users to set daily focus session goals, record the total time they spend in focus sessions, and continuous counting (how many consecutive days the user reaches the focus session) meeting goals). For example, the author here might have a focus meeting goal that runs twice a day for 30 minutes to write an article like this.
If you are listening to music, some people may not be able to focus on a specific task; for those who do use music to enter the “zone”, the updated clock has Spotify integration, allowing you to choose the right melody for anything you need to accomplish. Finally, integration with Microsoft’s To-Do application enables users to create or end Focus Sessions for specific tasks that may require them. To-do integration is also seamless because you can access the entire to-do list from inside the clock app, which means you don’t have to switch context to add tasks and then go through a session that focuses on the clock.
So, another step towards the full version of Windows 11.The road is long; if you need some tips on how to customize Windows 11 preferences, we have provided you with articles about the following How to enable dark mode; how Reset your Windows 11 installation; And others.