The new 22463 Dev build brings a new set of nasty bugs to the table

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Key notes

  • Insiders are reporting more and more things going wrong with the Dev channel Windows 11 version.
  • As Microsoft warned, builds here will become increasingly unstable and will contain more bugs.
  • Users are quick to report any issues, whether through blogs, or various social media platforms.
  • This article contains a list of bugs that were discovered while testing the latest Dev preview build.
22463 build bugs

As you are already aware by now, Microsoft just released a new preview build for the dev channel. So, Insiders can now download and test build 22463.

But, as we all know, no release is bug or glitch-free, and this one makes absolutely no exception from this unwritten rule.

Throughout this article, we will focus on reporting all the bugs that ruin our experience, when talking about the tech company’s upcoming operating system.

Mouse cursor is lagging quite a lot on new build

Let’s jump right into it. As soon as Insiders recognize any problems with the build they are currently taking for a test drive, they are quick to report them on various forums, or social media platforms.

This time, we will take a look at this Microsoft community post, where a user states that using his mouse proves to be a real nuisance on this new build.

As you can imagine, this can be really frustrating, especially when you are trying to get something done, but the Redmond tech giant did warn Dev Insiders that future builds will become increasingly unstable.

Impossible to clear SD cards on Windows 11

Did you miss hearing about these weird problems that others are facing? Well, you came to the right place for that.

We were just about to talk about how you simply cannot delete files stored on your SD card on this upcoming operating system, as this user pointed out.

After trying quite a few methods, he still didn’t manage to complete his task. There clearly is a software bug there, working against us.

Hopefully, this issue got reported and Microsoft is already thinking about how they can set this right.

Cant play Skyrim anymore, after updating to Windows 11

While other struggle with basic tasks, some Insiders are trying to squeeze in some well-deserved gaming hours on their new Windows 11 powered device.

However, after installing their Dev channel preview build, they can no longer do that. One user that was attempting to run The Edler Scrolls: Skyrim got this dxdiag error:

+++ WER1 +++:
Fault bucket -785749284, type 1
Event Name: APPCRASH
Response: Not available
Cab Id: 0

Problem signature:
P1: TESV.exe
P3: 51437ce5
P4: TESV.exe
P6: 51437ce5
P7: c0000005
P8: 01988311

Maybe trying to play on the Dev channel isn’t the best idea. You would have a better chance to actually get the game working and also enjoy it on the Beta channel, so you might want to keep that in mind.

Some Insiders receive false notifications in the Action Center

Do you believe in ghosts? This Windows Insider clearly started to, after the issue he had with the Action Center on his preview OS.

While no video was actually playing on his Chrome browser, there was a notification that kept popping, about a video that was supposedly running.

Not only is this a false notification, but getting rid if of it proves to be even harder than understanding where it came from in the first place.

There is no close button, clicking on pause does absolutely nothing, and right-clicking it, again, has no effect.

Have you come across any other problems while dealing with this new Windows 11 build? If so, share your experience with us in the comments section below.

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