Microsoft has just released new Build 22533 for Windows Insider Program testers. This version includes a small change to the interface, with a change in the appearance of the button intended to adjust the volume on portable PCs. The cursor is no longer vertical, but horizontal and placed in the center of the bottom of the screen, as shown in the first capture below.
The cursor also inherits the rounded corners of Windows 11. We see in the second capture that the volume icon remains very close to that of Windows 10.
Microsoft clarified that the screen brightness adjustment also benefits from this design change, when activated by keys on a laptop.
There will therefore no longer be vertical cursors, which have existed since Windows 8, for this type of operation. However, the cursors remain unchanged if you go through the system action center.
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The publisher will also improve its app Your phone on Windows 11. A new version will be released for testers with a redesigned call window, as well as improvements in the look of the user interface to be more in line with the general appearance of the operating system.
Remember that these are preliminary versions for testers and that Microsoft can still make changes before the next major Windows 11 update.
Source : Microsoft