New start menu sign-in options in Windows 11 Build 22458

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  • Windows 11 Insider Build 22458 is here, and it brings many bug fixes and a couple of changes.
  • You'll notice new items in the Power menu as well as the improved Tips app.
  • Some visual issues remain unaddressed in this version, but we're certain that they will be fixed in the next update.

Microsoft has released the Windows 11 Preview build 22458 to the Dev Channel. The new build is expected to address many bugs that have been recently reported in the Start Menu, Settings app, and Search menu.

Although this update fixes a wide range of issues, some of the biggest visual bugs from the previous build remain, but hopefully, they will be fixed soon.

As you may be aware, the Microsoft builds have been facing an array of system bugs in Windows 11 22449.1000 making users wary of updating their PCs.

This build tackles those problems while introducing some minor changes, so join us while we take a quick overview of the new features and bug fixes.

What’s new in Windows 11 Build 22458?

Changes and improvements

  • A link to sign-in options in the Power menu

This change was introduced in the previous build, but it wasn’t documented by Microsoft, and many have missed it. It’s worth mentioning that this is just a link to the Sign-in options page in the Settings app, so it’s just a quality of life improvement.

As you can see, this is a minor change, but some users might find it useful since it will allow them to change their settings more quickly.

  • Improved Tips app

This build introduces an improved Tips app, and the new version comes with an acrylic background and many other visual changes.

There’s now more information available with over 100 new tips to help you get started with Windows 11, and you can learn about all sorts of things, ranging from shortcuts to productivity improvements.

Tips will now appear outside of the app, and you’ll see them in Windows while you’re using it. If you’re a fan of widgets, there’s also a new Tips widget that you might want to check out.

You can get tips in 36 different languages, which will surely come in handy for Windows 11 newcomers.

This build is focused more on fixing the bugs of the previous release, so it doesn’t bring too many changes, except for a couple of quality of life improvements.

Bug fixes and improvements in Windows 11 Build 22458


  • # can now be added when indexing and naming folders.
  • Issue with start reliability has been fixed.
  • Settings was crashing due to an underlying issue but has since been fixed.
  • The more about refresh rate option now opens the correct support page.
  • The issue in the location page not showing warning texts has been addressed.
  • Preferences under the manage app execution can now be preserved.
  • Typos previously found in output dll (Issue #206) now fixed.


  • Certain games were crashing unexpectedly using the shortcut key Alt + Enter has been mitigated.


  • Issue causing the truncation of texts in encryption of the file system has been fixed.
  • Fixed the issue of an uninstalled app reappearing after rebooting.

Sadly, the Taskbar issue isn’t fixed yet, and the icons are still off-center, and we’re hoping that this issue will get addressed soon.

The previous build had some visual interface problems, and we already wrote a guide on how to fix Start Menu and Taskbar issues in Build 22000.176.

It’s refreshing to see Microsoft address these problems. Windows 11 looks promising with constant bug fixes and improvements, and we can only wait to see what Microsoft has in store for users ahead of the big day.

Are you excited about the fixes made so far in the builds? Let us know in the comment section below.