Windows 11 Build 22000.160 (KB5005189) has been released for Windows Insiders (Dev and Beta) which includes a few fixes and improvements. And a new clock app is rolling out in the Dev Channel. If you want to get this new update and install Windows 11 build 22000.160, you come to the right place. This article will show you how to update your Windows 11 to build 22000.160.
Go to settings and navigate to Windows update. Then you should choose your Dev and beta channel. You can get to this update in both channels, so you can choose any channel. After selecting any channel, go back to windows update to check for the update. You will see many updates for windows 11 after getting this windows new update. And the most important thing is that you can get the official iso for previous build. Now, let’s have look what is new in Windows 11 build 22000.160.
Let Windows 11 build 22000.160 install at first, and then visit Microsoft official website. This blog will introduce the new update and also you can see the official iso is now available. But if you want to download the Windows 11 official iso, you need to login with your windows insider program account.
Windows 11 build 22000.160 release a new clock app. It also tests ability to estimate how much time it takes to install that update when you download any updates and click on restart. It is currently for ssd. It is not for hdd but they are going to release it in the further. After installing the update and restarting your system, let’s have a look what is the new clock app and how does it work.
Launch alarm & clock app at first and then click on Get Start. Then you will see some other options such as timer, alarm stopwatch and world clock where you can manage all your country’s clock. Move on the Focus session, it will create timer for you after click on Get Start button, which may be very helpful for some people. Actually, it’s also a kind of timer. You can make a to-do list or you can sync to your Microsoft account. More over you will find a daily program which allow you create a one minute, three minutes, five minutes or then minutes timer. If you want to customize your own timer, click on add new timer, select your timeline, name your timer and save it. And you can also manage your alarm, stopwatch and world clock. That’s all for this new feature of Windows 11 build 22000.160.