Beta Users Get Windows 11 Build 22635.2771 From Microsoft

There is a new beta update for Windows 11 available to insiders now. There are many channels in the Insider Program, and the Beta Channel is one of them. Almost every week, we get a new update in the beta channel. And as of today, Windows 11 Beta build 22635.2771 (KB5032283) is available to download and install.

Microsoft also released Windows 11 23H2 to the public earlier this week. It’s a major update, with lots of new stuff and tweaks. The majority of these enhancements have previously been made available in the beta channel.

Let’s discuss the update’s new features now. In addition to the previously supported languages, this update adds previews for natural voices in ten more languages: Chinese, Spanish (Spain), Spanish (Mexico), Japanese, English (UK), French, Portuguese, English (India), German, and Korean. Previews of the voice model can be heard before the user commits to downloading it.

There’s a new keyboard command in Narrator that lets you quickly jump between different graphics on the same screen or page. The user can use G or Shift + G. In addition, the narrator now does a better job of recognizing text in images, including handwriting. There have also been some alterations and enhancements.

Beta Users Get Windows 11 Build 22635.2771 From Microsoft

Windows 11 Build 22635.2771Changes and Improvements


  • In Microsoft Word, the narrator will now announce the presence of a draft comment, a resolved comment, a bookmark, or the availability of accessibility suggestions when reading text in the document.

[Windows Share]

  • We have significantly improved nearby share transfer speed for users on same network. Before these changes, users had to be on the same private network but now users just have to be on the same network, which could be public or private. You can quickly turn on nearby share via Quick Settings and simply right-click on a local file in File Explorer, choose “Share”, and choose to share to a device listed under Nearby Share in the Windows share window.
  • The Windows share window will now only show apps under “Share using” that are tied to the account you are signed into Windows with – either Microsoft account (MSA) or Microsoft Entra ID (previously Azure Active Directory). If you are signed in with an MSA, you will see Microsoft Teams (free) instead of Microsoft Teams (work or school) and not both for example.
  • If you’re signed in with a Microsoft Entra ID, your Microsoft Teams (work or school) contacts will appear in the Windows share window to quickly share to.

[Nearby Sharing]

  • If you turn on nearby sharing via quick settings or directly in Settings and you have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth off, it will turn Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on so nearby sharing will work as expected. If you turn off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, it will also turn off nearby sharing.

[Copilot in Windows]

  • We’re beginning to roll out the ability to use Copilot in Windows with ALT + TAB. Using the ALT + TAB hotkey now displays the thumbnail preview for Copilot in Windows among the other thumbnail previews of open windows, which you can switch between by pressing Tab. This change does not change the ALT + TAB experience in Windows 11. Copilot only shows in ALT + TAB if Copilot is invoked from the taskbar.

Windows 11 Build 22635.2771 Fixes


  • Fixed an issue where Narrator was not correctly announcing the selected item in combo boxes when users try to change the combo box value using key combination Control + up or down arrow.
  • Fixed an issue where Narrator was announcing old dialog names even after users navigate to new dialog on few web pages.
  • Fixed an issue where Narrator was not reading Role of a control in tables on the web while using table navigation commands CTRL + ALT + Arrow keys.
  • Fixed an issue in Microsoft Excel where Narrator was not consistently reading any item in the auto-complete list that comes when writing a formula.
  • Addressed an issue where Narrator was not announcing the selected state of menu items in few applications such as device manager.
  • Fixed an issue where Narrator was announcing both the unselected value and the newly selected value in elements such as date fields or any elements that are formatted as tables.


  • Fixed an issue in Magnifier settings page where the text below “voice speed” slider was not following the color contrast guidelines.


  • Fixed an issue where Home was unexpectedly showing some users that there was NaN% storage left.


  • Fixed an issue which was causing the share window to crash for some Insiders recently.
  • We fixed the issue that was causing Snipping Tool to crash when taking a capture on Arm devices.
  • This update addresses an issue that stops File Explorer from opening.
  • Fixed an issue where Settings Home might show a prompt to sign into your Microsoft account, and fail to sign in if you tried to use it, even though Settings itself showed you were already signed in.

Snipping tool also gets an update and now screenshots and screen recording with HDR enabled display will show better colors.

If you are a Windows Insider in the Beta channel, you will recieve the update on your PC. In case you have enabled the toggle for get latest update in Windows Update page, then you will be receiving the update first. You can check for the update by going to Settings > Windows Update.


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