Microsoft accidentally leaked the internal StagingTool application

Η Microsoft διέρρευσε κατά λάθος μια εσωτερική της εφαρμογή “StagingTool” που χρησιμοποιείται από τους υπαλλήλους για την ενεργοποίηση μυστικών ακυκλοφόρητων λειτουργιών των Windows 11. Η εταιρεία δοκιμάζει συνήθως πειραματικές ή κρυφές λειτουργίες των Windows 11 σε δημόσιες εκδόσεις του λειτουργικού συστήματος, αλλά οι φίλοι των Windows έπρεπε μέχρι τώρα να χρησιμοποιούν τρίτων για να αποκτήσουν πρόσβαση στις μυστικές λειτουργίες που δεν είχαν ενεργοποιηθεί ακόμη για όλους τους insiders.

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The accidental release of Microsoft's StagingTool yesterday was part of the company's “bug bash” event, where engineers solicit feedback from Windows 11 insiders to fix any remaining bugs ahead of a major update. Microsoft is expected to release the next major Windows 11 update in September, and we'll see native support for RAR and 7-Zip archives.

Twitter user XenoPanther first discovered the StagingTool on Wednesday before Microsoft took it down a few hours later. StagingTool is similar to the third-party ViveTool app that Windows fans have been using for years to enable hidden Windows 11 features.

StagingTool is a command-line application that allows you to change the function IDs that enable certain unreleased features. The app is especially useful when Microsoft uses A/B testing for features that only some Windows Insiders see before the company distributes them more widely.

The new features exist under hidden flags in the operating system that enable features, which allows the Windows community to see what OS additions Microsoft is experimenting with before they're even announced publicly.

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