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Windows 11 KB5012592 update allows users to change the default browser easily.



Windows 11 KB5012592 update

Windows 11 KB5012592 update: Microsoft has made a mandatory cumulative update for Windows 11 as part of its April 2022 Patch Tuesday security updates. This is the first time that Microsoft has made this kind of update. 

The update makes it easy to change the default browser in Windows 11, which has been in the works for a long time. A search feature called “Search Highlights” is also available in a cumulative update for Windows 10 that Microsoft has made available. Here are some important things to look at:

Microsoft has released a new Windows 11 update.

KB5012592 is an update for Windows 11 that makes its build number 22000.613. It’s a must-have update for people who use Windows 11, and it adds a notification system and a lot of new features, like the ability to easily change the default web browser.

Microsoft took away the button to change the default web browser in Windows 11 when it first came out for those who didn’t know. However, there have been a lot of debates and controversies about this. 

The company started testing a way to quickly change the default web browser, which was made available as an optional update for Windows 11 last month. 

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Because of this, Microsoft will start putting the feature out as part of its April 2022 mandatory update for people who use it.

There is now an option to make web browsers “Set Default.” This is part of the optional KB5011563 update that came out last month. Toast notifications like calls, reminders, and alarms can now be shown simultaneously.

When OneDrive files were renamed and the Enter key was used, Microsoft fixed bugs that caused some OneDrive files to lose focus when the Enter key was used. 

Also, when people search for “Widgets” in Windows 11, they will now see the relevant Widget settings option when they look for it.

A Windows 10 update has been released.

Also, Microsoft has updated its versions of Windows 10 21H2, 20h1, and 20h2. The build numbers for these three versions are now: 19044.1645, 19034.1640 and 19034.1640, respectively; these are the new build numbers. 

Microsoft has added a recent “Search Highlights” feature to Windows 10, showing relevant and meaningful suggestions in the Search UI. This is the first time this feature has been added.

The feature was first added to Windows 11 early last month. Later, it was added to Windows 10 as part of an optional update that people could choose to do.

 If you have Windows 10, you’ll have to get the new KB5012599 mandatory update. Microsoft is making the feature available to everyone who has a previous version of Windows.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re on Windows 11 or 10; you can check for new updates in the Settings app.