Microsoft has released a new cumulative update on the Beta and Release Preview channels. This update requires Windows 11 to create 2200.346 and is characterized by the new emojis that Microsoft made available on the dev channel a few weeks ago. Hundreds of bug fixes are also highlighted.
The new version of Windows 11 includes new emojis!
The new emojis design arriving today supports the Emoji 13.1 Unicode standard. The big news, however, is the new look.
The topic of emojis was controversial from the start.
Promise too much and offer little. This is exactly what happened to the Windows 11 emoji. In fact, Microsoft’s new operating system promised several improvements in terms of graphics. It promised it and somehow actually fulfilled it. Not in all areas, however. At the emojis level, for example, I had shown the public some nice 3D images of what we were going to find. However, the plastic operations went wrong.
The picture below shows Microsoft’s promise. Extremely cute and redesigned emoji.
However, what was made available in the last build of Windows 11 is very different as the MSPowerUser website notes.
Of course, after realizing what had happened, people weren’t happy. It is true that this can be a matter of indifference to many people. But not for others.
However, they have been provided and the final look is shown below:
In addition to this new feature, we have a long list of fixes and other minor changes. Microsoft, for example, relies on the so-called blue screen errors when a device stops working or crashes.
In the meantime, several bugs have also been fixed, including at the printer level. It now remains for us to see in practice whether everything works well or whether there will be several failures and other problems that no one expected.