Windows 11 build 22572 comes with the Family Safety and Clipchamp apps

Like clockwork, Microsoft released the weekly build of Windows 11 to Insiders registered in the Dev channel. This time, we got Windows 11 build 22572 and it comes with a couple of new apps installed out of the box. The new apps are Family and Clipchamp.

Family is an app that allows you to manage family settings for your Microsoft account. If you have a family group, you can see your family members here, as well as manage screen time for kids, and even locate family members in real time. This app is only included with Windows 11 Home editions, so Pro users don’t need to worry about an extra app.

Family app in Windows 11

As for Clipchamp, it’s a video editing tool that Microsoft acquired last year. When Windows 11 launched, the Clipchamp icon was included with new installs, and it would install as a web app, since Clipchamp is a web video editor. Now, it’s installed out of the box, so you don’t need to wait for it to download and install. This is still a web app, though.

Although not available today, Microsoft also announced that it will begin rolling out a new experience for Windows Search starting early next week. This new feature comes with something called Search Features, which highlights trivia and popular searches based on the day. You can see things like if it was a holiday, what happened that day, etc. If you’re signed in with a work or school account, the search will instead return relevant information from your organization, such as people and files. This experience will also come to Windows 10.

Windows 11 search highlights for personal accounts

Going back to what’s available today, Windows 11 build 22572 is making more improvements. Print Queue has been updated with a new design language that is compatible with the rest of Windows 11, and it now supports a dark theme. The Quick Assist app and Windows Sandbox also have a Fluent Design icon now, and Microsoft has updated the Notification Center icon to indicate when Do Not Disturb is enabled. In addition, you can now hold converts As you right-click an item on the desktop or in File Explorer to immediately open the old Show More Options context menu.

The print queue has been updated in Windows 11 build 22572

Other smaller changes include a change to the name of Windows Terminal, which is now called Terminal in the Start menu; Rename Windows Media Player to Windows Media Player Legacy (because there is a new Media Player app in Windows 11); Small tweaks to parts of the Settings app.

In addition to these changes, Windows 11 build 22572 includes some fixes for known issues in previous versions. The full list is below:

Fixes in Windows 11 build 22572


  • Fixed an issue for Enterprise Edition devices going through Setup Experience (OOBE) where the Add Network screen was skipped on the first try.
  • Fixed an issue that caused some Insiders to see an error check with a CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED error in the previous build while trying to do various things including logging in, opening Outlook, and accessing network shares in File Explorer.
  • Mitigating an underlying issue that was causing audio and touchpad issues on the previous flight.
  • Fixed an issue with explorer.exe crashing seen by Insiders in recent versions when trying to use Windows Mixed Reality.
  • Fixed an issue where scroll bars were not displayed properly in some Win32 applications.
  • Fixed another issue where users would not hear the startup sound.
  • Images should no longer be retro when using a lock screen slideshow in Arabic or Hebrew display language.


  • We fixed the issue that was causing explorer.exe to crash if I right-clicked on the Start button or used WIN + X.
  • The explorer.exe hang that could occur in the past few flights related to the visual cursor in the taskbar when sharing a window in Microsoft Teams has been mitigated.
  • Sensitivity is set so that quickly moving the mouse over the tools icon on the path to a popup or open menu will not dismiss it.
  • Make a change to help address Shell Experience Host memory leaks when Notification Center is frequently opened and closed.
  • Addressed a scenario where the Notification Center might not turn off the light if opened on top of certain apps.
  • Fixed a basic issue where the view size was greater than 100% causing a drag and drop in the taskbar to unexpectedly show it was unavailable.

[Tablet-optimized taskbar]

Note: These fixes will only appear if you have the tablet-optimized taskbar enabled on your device, which has been rolling out to Windows Insiders and isn’t available to everyone yet.

  • Touch gestures have been restored on all types of devices, as we have resolved an issue that disabled many of the new touch gestures announced as part of Build 22557 on non-tablet devices.
  • Improved reliability of taskbar auto-collapse after application launch.
  • Fixed several bugs related to changing taskbar status when disconnecting or reconnecting the keyboard.
  • Addressed positioning issues with hidden icons button and popup when using Arabic or Hebrew display language.

[Start menu]

  • Improved how the header name “pinned” is displayed in the Arabic display language.

[File Explorer]

  • Some additional improvements have been made to help the performance of the context menu invocation.
  • Using the filter option in Quick Access should now work with images.
  • Fixed a basic issue where the title bar in File Explorer when colorized would not visually occupy the full area you were supposed to maximize in the File Explorer window.
  • Fixed an issue where if you had a folder selected in the Navigation Pane and right-clicked another folder, options like Open in Windows Terminal would open the first folder unexpectedly.
  • “Pin to Quick Access” is now available in the command bar when you select a file in Recent Files in Quick Access.


  • Reducing the problem of clicking hyperlinks in RichTextBlocks unsuccessful when done with touch or styluses.
  • Fixed issue where custom mouse pointers might revert to default Windows after restart.
  • Fixed an issue where voice typing might display “There is a connection problem” when this was not the cause of the error.
  • Fixed an issue where voice typing would not start after unlocking your computer.
  • Fixed a touch keyboard malfunction that can occur on the login screen when there are multiple accounts on the PC.
  • Mitigating a problem affecting pen sensitivity on recent flights.
  • Fixed a display issue causing small screen freezes on recent flights when trying to ink on certain apps.
  • Some improvements have been made to help improve zoom gesture detection on touchpads.
  • Fixed an issue where the IME toolbar options would not respond in some cases to the Chinese (Simplified) IME.


  • I did some work to tackle the crash search hits.


  • Fixed an issue causing a hang when trying to access Personalization > Taskbar > Taskbar behaviors.
  • Resolved an issue where font previews were under Personalization > Fonts It may not be visible when contrast mode is enabled.
  • Performance is improved when switching between the different available views Applications> Installed applications.
  • Uninstall the update via Windows Update > Update history > Uninstall updates It should show a confirmation now before you can start.


  • The acrylic area on the screen should not get stuck if you press WIN + D while interacting with the snap layouts at the top of the screen.
  • Fixed an issue where if you used Snap Assist to capture a minimized window, it might not fill the entire available space.
  • Fixed some blurring in animations when using three-finger screen gestures.
  • Fixed an issue with explorer.exe crashing that can occur if you try to use three-finger gestures on the screen while no windows appear on the screen.
  • Fixed an underlying issue that could affect animation and performance when invoking Task View.
  • Mitigation of a core issue that caused an X to be unexpectedly seen when trying to rearrange desktops in Task View in certain scenarios.
  • Modify the logic to help reduce the number of beeps heard when connecting and disconnecting monitors and docks.
  • Mitigation of a recent issue where widget windows did not launch on the expected screen when undocked and re-docked.
  • The title bar should no longer peek at secondary screens when certain apps are maximized.
  • Fixed an issue where some windows would display an unexpected white rectangle sticking out from the bottom and extending at the top of the window.
  • Updated new full screen installer for edge gestures to use acrylic.


  • Fixed an issue that prevented Narrator from correctly reading the Run dialog in scan mode.
  • Narrator will now correctly read the error messages in the Errors list in scan mode in Visual Studio.
  • Narrator will now read errors that occurred while setting the PIN in Device Setup (OOBE).
  • The pitch range of the narrator’s natural sounds has been adjusted to provide more levels of control.
  • Fixed an issue where the pitch would not change when setting Narrator speed in the ranges 0-5 and 15-20 in Narrator settings.

[Task Manager]

  • Improved visibility of content when contrast mode is enabled.
  • Fixed an issue where critical system processes were unexpectedly displayed as background processes.
  • Fixed an issue where random rows in the process list were unexpectedly writing in black text when using dark mode.
  • Right-clicking the Task Manager icon in the system tray should bring up the context menu instead of an empty box.
  • Pressing Esc no longer unexpectedly closes Task Manager.

Of course, there are still some known issues with this version as well. Here’s what you should be aware of:

Known issues in Windows 11 build 22572


  • Users running Windows 10 trying to upgrade directly to version 22563 or higher in the Dev Channel may experience installation failure with error code 0x8007007f. To bypass, please join the Beta Channel, install the Windows 11 version offered there, and then switch to the Dev Channel to receive the current Dev Channel update. This issue is understandable and will be fixed in an upcoming build.

[Tablet-optimized taskbar]

  • The taskbar does not always collapse automatically after launching an application or clicking outside the expanded taskbar on 2-in-1 devices.
  • Some areas of the operating system do not keep track of the height of the expanded taskbar on 2-in-1 devices so you can see overlapping components, such as widgets overlapping the taskbar.

[File Explorer]

  • Opening suggested results that appear while entering search terms into the File Explorer search box may not work.
  • We’re fixing issues with icon size, visual errors, and text clipping in the popup that shows OneDrive storage.


  • Sometimes when installing from the feed, the pinned widget is placed on top rather than the bottom of the other installed widgets. If this happens, it will autocorrect within 30 minutes, and move the recently installed gadget to the expected default location. Or you can log out of your dashboard and log back in immediately to correct the problem.
  • After rearranging the widgets in the widgets panel, some users are having issues with widgets displaying the pinned section incorrectly. If this happens, logging out of your dashboard and logging back in immediately should correct the problem.


  • The Clock app does not update the Windows Focus state yet when configuring focus sessions within the app. This will be addressed in a future app update.


  • The narrator’s natural voices sound garbled and will not read the text accurately. This happens when you make quick navigation, typing, or pitch changes. As a workaround, you can switch back to the old sounds like Microsoft David, Mark or Zira.

[Live captions]

  • Some full screen applications (for example, video players) prevent live captions from appearing.
  • Some apps placed near the top of the screen will restart and close before the live captions run behind the live captions window placed at the top. Use the system menu (ALT + SPACEBAR) while the application is focused to move the application window down.
  • The top of magnified applications (eg title bar window management buttons) cannot be reached by touch while live comments are at the top.

[Task Manager]

  • Some tooltips do not accurately display the preferred visual setting when Task Manager is configured for dark mode.

If you are registered with the Dev channel, you can check for updates in the Settings app below Windows Update For Windows 11 build 22572. You can also check out our walkthrough of the Windows Insider Program to learn more about how it works.