of It is Microsoft’s most controversial design choice for its new operating system.Redesigned It has received widespread criticism, but the good news is that the tech giant is listening to feedback, and the preview version now includes fixes to annoying bugs.
Unlike previous versions of Windows, middle Obviously based on modern XAML code and using WinUI controls. It was written from scratch and does not support drag and drop functions.In addition, the user cannot change from the default bottom view The location, which some people like.
These Limitations can be frustrating, but there are several other known issues. For example, Windows 11 has an error, when you try to switch the input method, It may flicker.
There is another error,Tooltips (pop-up windows that appear when you hover over an item) may appear in completely unexpected locations.The user also reported an error when the mouse hovers over When the corner icon is on, Tooltips will not be displayed too quickly.
The user pointed out in an article in the Feedback Center that this applies to quickly hovering over multiple icons, which arranges their tooltips in a row and displays them on different occasions when hovering repeatedly on the taskbar.
Fortunately, Changes have been made to the operating system to improve the reliability of the taskbar, and the fix is currently included in the preview version.
Windows 11 taskbar displays incorrect information
In Windows 11, an error may affect the battery level displayed on the taskbar. In fact, the battery level of the taskbar sometimes shows a percentage higher than 100%. The user recorded this in the feedback center, and the user explained that in some cases the battery level was higher than 100%.
Of course, this is a bug in the Windows 11 taskbar, and Microsoft is now providing a fix in the latest preview version.
“The battery icon tooltip should no longer accidentally display percentages above 100,” Microsoft said inWindows 11 Build 22523Said in the release notes.
Drag and drop is coming back
At the same time, Microsoft is internally testing support for drag and drop on the taskbar.
As you may know, Windows 11 has removed the drag-and-drop feature of the taskbar, so you cannot drag applications onto the taskbar to create shortcuts for your favorite applications. It is also not possible to drag and drop files onto the open application in the taskbar to start files such as URLs or images in the application.
According to sources familiar with the development, this feature will now return in Windows 11 22H2. Microsoft will add this highly anticipated feature in the preview version, but it may not happen in a few months.