The first cumulative update for Windows 11 is out: Here are the changes

Microsoft, which recently released the official version of Windows 11, released its first cumulative update today.

The past weeks, Microsoft has started offering the new operating system Windows 11 to all supported users in phases. The update came with new features and iterative design as expected. Now the software giant has released another update a few weeks after the release of the official version.

Microsoft, which recently released the Tuesday patch for Windows 10 users, then started offering its new cumulative update in Windows 11.

The new update for Windows 11 includes quality improvements

The first quality update for Windows 11 comes as KB5006674, increasing the build number to 22000.258 also.

In addition to quality and security improvements, Microsoft; Intel “Killer”” and “Smart Byte” network software also resolves compatibility issues between Windows 11. Here is the full changelog for the update:

Fixed known compatibility issues between some Intel “Killer” and “SmartByte” networking software and Windows 11 (original version). Devices with infected software can drop users’ Datagram Protocol (UDP) packets under certain conditions. This introduces performance and other issues for UDP-based protocols. For example, some websites load slower than others on affected devices and the resolution of videos may decrease accordingly.

You can also download the first quality update of . to install Windows 11 by checking it in Settings. Share your thoughts on the new version with us in the comments…

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