Windows 11 KB5011563, a cumulative update, is sent out to users. It comes before the required Patch Tuesday update in April. Changes to how notifications are delivered and a few other things have been made in the new Windows 11 update. Here’s a look at the specifics.
Windows 11 KB5011563 Build: What’s new in this one?
The new Windows 11 KB5011563 build mostly changes how notifications are delivered. It will now show up to four notifications at the same time. These calls, reminders, alarms, and more will be sent to your phone.
Users will be able to see three high-priority notifications and one normal notification simultaneously. This new feature was also available in the recent Windows 11 Build 22000.588 for Insiders. It was expected to show up in the new KB5011563 update. This is the same feature.
Mostly, the new update, which has brought the Windows 11 build number up to 22000.593, has fixed many things. Microsoft OneDrive files don’t lose focus when charged, and the Enter key is used. It will also go back to the Settings page when “Widgets” is typed in.
To fix the problem, you can stop Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps from auto-starting when you open them. This also solves the problem of Windows taking more time to start up.
A stop error (0xD1) in the DirectX kernel has been fixed in the most recent version of Windows 11. This means that the problem with blue screens of death will be solved with this version of the OS (BSOD). On the Microsoft blog post linked here, you can read about many more bugs that have been fixed as part of the update.
Go to Settings – Update and Security–Windows Update and check for the latest update to get the new one. It is an optional update, so you can skip it if you don’t want to. You can wait for the mandatory April patch to come out soon.