Windows 11 Build 22635.3130 (Beta) improves Snap Assists, allows leaving Insider Program

Windows 11 Build 22635.3130 is now available to insiders in the Beta channel. Starting this build, you now have the option to stop receiving new Insider builds. Also, the Snap Assists feature in this build supports smart layouts that can arrange multiple apps in one go.

Traditionally, some stuff is only available to insiders with the Settings > Windows Update > Get the latest updates as soon as they are available option enabled, and the rest of the features are available to everyone in the Beta channel.

What's new in Windows 11 Build 22635.3130 (Beta)

Smart layouts in Snap Assists (for insiders with the option enabled)

Windows 11 now shows suggestions in Snap Layouts that help you instantly snap multiple app windows together. When hovering over the Minimize or Maximize button on an app (or WIN + Z) to launch the layout box, you will see app icons displayed in various layout options to help recommend the best layout option that works best.


Fixed an issue resulting in missing content for some Insiders in the Recommended section of the Start menu.

Features available to everyone

Changes and improvements


Starting with this build, Beta Channel Insiders who have enabled the option to sign out of the Windows Insider Program under Settings -> Windows Update -> Windows Insider -> Stop Receiving Preview Builds will begin to receive the update. which will exclude them from the testing program. This update will install Windows 11 version 23H2 with the latest updates available to standard users.
Please note that not receiving Beta builds will result in the removal of some features that are not yet available to regular users. All your personal data will be saved. In the future, this process will allow you to stop using insider builds for the Beta channel at any time.
To take advantage of this feature, you will need to update to build 22635.3130 (or later).


The new Widgets settings, which became available to some Insiders in the Beta channel in December, are once again rolling out to Windows Insiders after the feature was temporarily disabled.


  • This update fixes an issue with the COLRv1 color font format. Now it is displayed correctly. Windows uses this format to display 3D emoticons.
  • The update affects Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Secure Boot. Added updated signing certificate to Secure Boot DB variable.
  • Fixed an issue affecting RemoteApp windows. In some cases, they were not saved on client devices after closing.
  • Fixed an issue affecting Wi-Fi Protected Access 3 (WPA3) in the Group Policy Editor that resulted in HTML preview being unable to be called up.
  • Fixed an issue affecting Bluetooth phone calls where the phone's audio would not stop playing when answering a call from a computer.
  • Improved stability of video calls.
  • Addresses an issue that affects Access Point Name (APN) profiles and prevents APN profiles from being automatically configured for cellular-enabled devices when running the "netsh mbn show readyinfo *" command.
  • Included quarterly changes to the Windows Kernel Vulnerable Driver Blocklist file, DriverSiPolicy.p7b , to add a list of drivers at risk of Bring Your Own Vulnerable Driver (BYOVD) attacks.
  • Fixed an issue affecting LocalUsersAndGroups CSP. It now stops processing group memberships if it cannot find a group.
  • Fixed an issue that caused some 7-Zip file types to appear blank in File Explorer.
  • Fixed an issue with Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) that resulted in an incorrect CurrentTimeZone value due to caching issues.
  • Fixed an issue that prevents WMI from working in scenarios with mobile device management (MDM) providers such as Microsoft Intune.
  • Fixes an issue that causes the device to intermittently stop responding after installing a print support app.
  • Fixed an issue affecting Active Directory where IPv6 address binding queries would not work when not connected to a domain.
  • Fixed an issue affecting Windows Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS) Post Authentication Actions (PAA). Now these actions occur at reboot, and not at the end of the grace period.
  • Fixed an issue affecting Group Policy folder redirection in a multi-forest configuration that prevented selecting a group account from the target domain. This prevented the advanced folder redirection settings from being applied to this domain in scenarios where there was one-way trust to the admin user's domain. This issue affected all Enhanced Security Admin Environment (ESAE), Hardened Forests (HF), or Privileged Access Management (PAM) deployments.
  • Fixed an issue that affected the OpenType font driver and text display in third-party applications on some architectures.
  • Fixed an issue resulting in Start menu search not working for some users due to a deadlock.
  • Fixed an issue that occurred when changing the keyboard language. In some cases, this change did not apply to RemoteApps.
  • This update resolves an issue affecting the Gallery section of File Explorer where the tooltip could not be closed.
  • Fixed an issue with displaying the smart card icon when logging in if there are multiple certificates stored on the smart card.
  • Fixed an issue where the device would turn off after 60 seconds when using a smart card to authenticate to a remote system.
  • Fixed an issue with BitLocker data-only encryption that affects interactions with a mobile device management (MDM) service such as Microsoft Intune. Specifically, when using the FixedDrivesEncryptionType or SystemDrivesEncryptionType policy settings in the BitLocker Configuration Service Provider (CSP) , MDM might not receive the required data.
  • Fixed an issue with Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) that resulted in incorrect initialization on some devices. Because of this, TPM-based scripts did not work.
  • Fixed an issue with the Remote Desktop client sometimes connecting to the wrong user session instance when there are multiple sessions on the host.
  • Improved Windows stability when switching power modes. The likelihood of BSOD occurrence has also been reduced.


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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

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