Download Windows 11 Dev Build 22533 Brings New Volume Indicator, Caller UI, & More for free
Windows 11 Build 22533 Released: See Details
The Flyout design for volume, brightness, camera privacy, camera on/off and airplane mode is changed, and now appears at the bottom right above the taskbar. This appears when the volume and brightness keys on the keyboard are pressed. This will prove to be a big change for the volume indicator, which is currently displayed as a black pop-up in the top left corner. Here’s a first look at what Windows 11’s new volume indicator looks like now:
Another change is a new user interface for callers in Your Phone app. During an ongoing call, the app now includes icons, fonts, and other user interface changes that also “match the design of Windows 11.“
Users can now search voice access from the Windows 11 taskbar and pin voice access to the taskbar or Start menu. In addition, Microsoft is expanding the rollout of 13 touch keyboard themes to IMEs, the emoji panel, and voice typing, and will also “Installed apps” when right-clicking the Start menu or pressing “WIN+X”. This will be displayed instead of the previous “Apps and Features” option. Finally, users are now given the option to uninstall the Clock app if necessary.
The new build of Windows 11 also includes fixes for some taskbar, settings, and general issues. You can read more about the new features and improvements by visiting the official blog post here.
This comes after Microsoft de Windows 11 Insider Preview build 22526, as the first update of 2022, which introduced improvements in file search, better call and audio quality for AirPods, and more.
These new Windows 11 changes have started rolling out to users who have access to the Dev Channel. These features will reach the general public with the next major update later this year. What do you think of the new volume indicator in Windows 11? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!