A feature that allows you to access your Microsoft service subscriptions more easily. Microsoft’s formal release of Windows 11 on October 5th was merely the first step. Since then, the publisher has gone to great lengths to provide new features beyond an aesthetic makeover. The installation of a new configuration option is the topic of discussion today.
Indeed, Microsoft has sent a new version, 22489, to members of the Windows Insider program, along with a new area in the settings: the menu has been renamed “Your Microsoft Account,” and it enables, naturally, to have data about subscriptions to various Microsoft services.
Windows Latest depicts a Microsoft 365 subscription in the picture above, and our colleagues state that the interface enables these subscriptions to be managed. In addition, a link to Microsoft Rewards has been included.
As you’d imagine, Build 22489 isn’t only about this feature, as appealing as it is. Microsoft cites some minor enhancements as well as several bug fixes. Microsoft claims to have discovered the solution to explorer crash.exe’s numerous causes. It also involves resolving issues with installing select Xbox Game Pass games (error 0x00000001) and enhancing the speed with which the context menu in File Explorer is launched. The list of changes is considerably lengthier, and if your curiosity is piqued, we recommend visiting the Microsoft Insider blog’s page devoted to this update.