KB5005642 provides a new test build of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.184 (CO_RELEASE) for Windows Insider members on the Beta update channel.
Windows 11 Insider Preview build 22000.184 – a build that belongs to the development branch of the CO_RELEASE is available to members of the Windows Insider Program on the Beta Channel.Full Build Number: 10.0.22000.184.co_release_svc_im.210901-1745
Windows 11, Version 21H2 (OS Build 22000.184)
Microsoft is preparing Windows 11 for release
Microsoft has officially announced that Windows 11 will be released on October 5, 2021. From this day on, the new system will be available for free on compatible computers and laptops or purchase a new PC with Windows 11 preinstalled.
The new system has received a seriously redesigned interface design and new functionality,which in the near future will be tested by insiders using preliminary builds of Windows 11 on the Beta channel. Windows 11 is also already available on the Business Preview channel. Most of the changes were added in the first build of Windows 11 Insider Preview,however Microsoft has postponed support for Android apps in Windows 11 to 2022.
New in Windows 11 build 22000.184
- Fixed an issue where new additional information about Windows Hello was not translated for languages other than English during the final setup of Windows when the installation was complete.
- Fixed an issue where a small set of languages did not have translations in the Windows 11 user interface.
- On the beta channel, after upgrading to Windows 11, insiders do not see the new taskbar and their Start menu does not work. To work around this, try going to Windows Update > Update History and uninstalling the latest cumulative update for Windows and reinstalling it by checking for updates.
- Some Surface Pro X devices are checking for errors WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR.
- Start screen:
- In some cases, you may not be able to enter text when you use search from the Start screen or taskbar. If you’re having a problem, press Win+ R on your keyboard to open the Run dialog box, and then close it.
- The System and Windows Terminal are missing when you right-click the Start button (WIN + X).
- The taskbar sometimes flickers when you switch input methods.
- After you click the search icon on the taskbar, the search bar may not open. In this case, restart the Windows Explorer process and reopen the search bar.
- The search bar may appear in black and not display any content below the search box.
- The widget board may be empty. To solve this problem, you can log out and then log back in.
- On external monitors, widgets may display the wrong size. If you encounter this, you can launch the widgets by tapping or shortcuting the WIN+W shortcut menu first on the monitor of your primary device and then run them on additional monitors.
- Microsoft Store:
- Work is underway to improve the relevance of search in the Store.
- Windows Sandbox
- The language input switch does not start after you click the toggle icon on the taskbar. As a workaround, users can switch the input language using any of the following hardware keyboard shortcuts: Alt + Shift, Ctrl + Shift, or Win + Space (the third option is only available in full-screen mode).
- The input editor context menu does not start after you click the icon on the taskbar.
A full list of improvements, changes, and known bugs is available in the official announcement on the Microsoft website.
Install through Windows Update
Go to Settings > Windows Update, and then click . You will need to restart your computer to complete the installation.
Download update KB5005642
You can download KB5005642 and SSU 22000.132 (without a new version this time) as CAB and PSF files and install them manually from the link below:
Download KB5005642 Windows 11 x64
How to install the KB5005642 update manually
To manually install the cumulative update:
- Download the W10UI_10.9.zip archive with the update installer and unpack it.
- Place all three update files (SSU update, KB5005642 update as CAB and PSF files) for the selected platform in the W10UI_10.9 folder.
- Run W10UI.cmd as an administrator and press 0 to begin the installation.
- To complete the installation, you will need to restart the computer (press 9 at the end of the installation).