On January 21, 2022, Microsoft released the cumulative update Build 22538.1010 (KB5010882). In this update, no new features were added to Windows 11, but some bug fixes were included in this small update. If you’re in the DEV channel, we suggest you to update to Build 22538.1010 (KB5010882) so as to ensure your computer will run without any noteworthy issues. And Microsoft is keeping on to improve this new system.
Main updates in Build 22538.1010 (KB5010882):
Update for voice access.
It was introduced in Build 22518 firstly. Users can access the touch keyboard via voice control. Currently, Inside preview users with this update can spell words like names and email addresses, enter numbers, punctuation marks and symbols, as well as emojis.
Widgets with weather on the taskbar updated.
It was first introduced with Build 22518 and it can be accessed by all Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel.
The hotkeys ALT + TAB for Task view update.
The focus rectangle that shows what is selected will use your chosen accent color on your PC.
IMEs and touch keyboard designs updated.
Now the IMEs and touch keyboard designs showing on the Lock screen and the interface you enter your account information. And this is not expanded to all users as it is still under testing.
Except for the above update, there are also some bug fixes, you can check it from the Microsoft blog center to know better about Build 22538.1010 (KB5010882).