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Let’s take a look at the updated content of the 22H2 version:
- new content! This update adds hover behaviour for the search box blinking. When you hover over the search box, a search popup may appear. You can adjust this behaviour by right-clicking on the taskbar. Then select “Taskbar Settings” to improve your search box experience.
- This update supports Israel’s Daylight Saving Time (DST) changes.
- This update addresses an issue affecting the search icon. Previously, the search application would occasionally fail to open after the computer hibernates.
- This update improves the reliability of the Search app.
- This update addresses an issue affecting the TAB key. No extra action is required when using it to view search results.
- This update addresses an issue affecting the Narrator. It was unable to correctly recognize the search box on the taskbar and the highlighted content inside the search box.
- This update addresses an issue affecting the size of the search box. Some users have found that the search box in Microsoft Surface Pro and Surface Book tablet mode will become smaller.
This non-security update includes quality improvements. When you install this KB:
- This update adds new functionality that affects application default settings.
- This update adds a new policy called “Enable Optional Updates”. Administrators can use it to configure monthly, optional cumulative updates for commercial devices. You can also use this strategy for CFR functionality.
- This update resolves an issue affecting the Group Policy service. There is no longer a 30-second (default wait) wait for network availability, so policies cannot be processed correctly.
- This update adds a new API for D3D12 standalone devices. You can use it to create multiple D3D12 devices on the same adapter.
- This update resolves an issue affecting WS_EX_LAYERED windows. Originally windows could be rendered in the wrong size or in the wrong position. This happens when you zoom the display.
- This update addresses an issue where print jobs sent to virtual print queues would fail. They will fail without any errors.
- This update addresses an issue that caused high CPU usage. This happens when the “fBlockNonDomain” policy is enabled.
- This update addresses an issue affecting disk partitions. This problem may cause the system to stop working. This problem mainly occurs after you delete a disk partition and add the space of the deleted partition to the existing BitLocker partition.
- This update resolves an issue causing Windows to fail. This happens when BitLocker is used with storage media with large sector sizes.
- This update addresses an issue affecting Remote Desktop sessions. Occasionally, users receive an error message when attempting to log into a session.
- This update addresses an issue affecting the Start Menu icon: Some users have reported that the icon will disappear after the first login.
- This update addresses an issue affecting settings. Previously, settings would not be synced even if you turned on the backup switch on the Windows Backup page in the Settings app.
- This update addresses an issue affecting Result Set Policies (RSOP). This occurs when the Windows LAPS “BackupDirectory” policy setting is set to 1 (i.e. “Backup to AAD”).
- This update addresses an issue for those using Windows Update for Business. To put it simply, the system will ask you to change your password when you log in, causing the change operation to fail, and then you will not be able to log in, and the error code is 0xc000006d.