Microsoft confirms it’s ‘tracking’ a bug in Windows 11 23H2, no Dev update this week

Microsoft Senior Program Manager Brandon LeBlanc has confirmed that the Windows Insider Preview will not be updated today as the company is busy “tracking” a bug in the upcoming Dev Channel, which means that Build 25156 will be released next It won’t come until later in the week.

Microsoft confirms it’s ‘tracking’ a bug in Windows 11 23H2, no Dev update this week

IT House has reported that Microsoft released a new Windows 11 preview version 25151 to the Dev channel on June 30. This is a build of Sun Valley 3 (Windows 11 23H2) for Windows Insiders, which will eventually be merged into the 2023 system.

The new version of Windows 11 adds many new changes and improvements on top of bug fixes.

Microsoft confirms it’s ‘tracking’ a bug in Windows 11 23H2, no Dev update this week

Windows 11 Build 25145 updates are as follows
This release includes a set of fixes that improve the overall experience for Insiders on their PCs.

[File Explorer]

Fixed a scaling issue that could cause tabs to become unexpectedly large.

Right-clicking a tab and then clicking elsewhere in File Explorer now closes the context menu more reliably.


It is believed that the underlying fix in Build 25145 addresses a recent issue where shutdown via the Start menu did not work for some Insiders (rebooting unexpectedly), so it was removed from the known issues list. If you continue to experience this issue with the latest update, please report it in the Feedback Hub.

Fixed a high-hit Windows Security app crash.

Updated the Exclusions page in the Windows Security app so that file paths now make better use of available space, rather than truncating when space is still available.

Fixed a potential crash when trying to delete a port in printui /s.

Fixed an issue that prevented some Insiders from printing from UWP apps over the past 2 builds.

Known Issues

Microsoft is investigating reports of mica materials and acrylic blur effects rendering incorrectly in operating system surfaces such as the Start menu, Notification Center, and other areas.

Some games that use Easy Anti-Cheat may crash or cause bugchecks on the PC.

[File Manager]

The up arrow in File Explorer tabs is misaligned. This will be fixed in a future update.

Microsoft is investigating the unexpected display of the File Explorer body in light mode when launching File Explorer in certain ways using dark mode (for example, from the command line).


Microsoft is fixing an issue that caused widget preferences (temperature units and pinned widgets) to unexpectedly reset to default.

[Live subtitles]

Some full-screen apps, such as video players, prevent live captions from appearing.

Some applications that are located near the top of the screen and are closed before Live Captions are running will be restarted behind the Live Captions window at the top. Use the system menu (ALT + SPACEBAR) while the application has focus to move the application’s window further down.

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