Microsoft Windows 11 test Build has enabled Start Menu Customization

With the newest Windows 11 Dev Channel test release, Microsoft is allowing users to add additional pinned and suggested items to their Start Menus.

The newest Windows 11 Dev Channel test release, No. 22509, adds several users and tester-requested additions to the Start menu and secondary-monitor capabilities.

Users may now customize the Start menu layout with additional pinned items or suggestions in the new Windows 11 beta preview. When connected to a central Windows 11 PC, Microsoft also allows users to view a time and date on the taskbars of additional displays. (Not everyone will see this monitor functionality right now; it’s being sent out to Insider testers in stages.)

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In today’s test build, there are also the following new features:

  1. If users switch on Bluetooth or Wi-Fi while in aircraft mode, Windows will remember this so that their choices are transferred over the next time they pick aeroplane mode.
  2. Reboots in virtualized environments are now supported by Windows Sandbox.
  3. For apps that use Windows notifications to send alerts for calls, reminders, or alarms, three high-priority notifications will now be stacked and displayed at the same time. This feature is also being phased in, so not all testers will see it right away.
  4. Advanced sharing options (such as Network discovery, file and printer sharing, and public folder sharing) have been consolidated into a new page in the Settings app called Advanced Network Settings.
  5. Narrator, a screen reader that helps people with reduced vision access the Web using Edge, will get even more features.