Entertainment Windows 11: New Microsoft Account Overview in Test

22:06  14 january  2022
22:06  14 january  2022 Source:   drwindows.de

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Windows 11 is supplemented in the settings by a new feature: If you log in to a Microsoft account, a new section with the name "Your Microsoft Account" appears under "Accounts" in the Various Information summarized.

A possibly existing Microsoft 365 subscription is displayed together with its term and other users, but also the utilization of the personal Onedrive memory can be recognized at a glance. Among them can then find different links that refer to the corresponding settings pages on the account website.

Here is a screenshot:

Another innovation: On different pages in the settings, a new help section appears that lists different keywords. When clicking on these keywords, a bing search is started. This should help users help if you need help with the Windows 11 settings.

The innovations are rolled out with the next official update for Windows 11, the insiders in the channels Beta and Release Preview already receive this update. It carries the number KB5008353 and increases the OS build number to 22000,466, and around 40 bugfixes are still included in this update.

The full Changelog this update can be found as usual on the Windows Blog .

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