In Windows 11, Microsoft has included a new tool to File Explorer tabbed “Gallery” that allows users to conveniently wangle their photo collection.
Microsoft has published a new build of Windows 11 in the Beta waterworks to Insiders, including “live caption” support for five increasingly languages.
Microsoft spoken in a blog post that language support has been increased to include Danish, English (Ireland), French (Canada), Korean, and Portuguese (Portugal).
The updated build fixes an issue where the touch keyboard didn’t correctly recognise a hardware keyboard in some situations, as well as an issue that caused live captions to crash on the initial run owing to a registry data retrieval issue.
It moreover resolved the issue that caused the Add a language menu icon and label in live captions to overlap.
Furthermore, the visitor has upgraded the enhanced speech recognition language files with features to modernize performance and provide out-of-language filtering to limit inaccurate captions for speech that is not in the caption language.
Meanwhile, Microsoft has included a new full-length to File Explorer tabbed “Gallery” that allows users to conveniently view their photo hodgepodge in Windows 11.
We’re introducing Gallery, a new File Explorer full-length designed to make it easier to wangle your photo collection. The set of content shown in Gallery is the same as what you’ll see in the Photos app’s All Photos view, Microsoft noted in a blog post.
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