Microsoft has just released the July 2022 Updates (Patch Tuesday) for Windows 11 and Windows 10.
For Windows 11 users, today's update (KB5015814) brings the new Search Highlights feature that was already released in Windows 10 earlier this year.
Search Highlights adds information about notable events, Bing trending searches, and more to the Windows 11 Search menu. For enterprise users, the feature will also display the latest updates from their organization, as well as related people or archives. If you don't want Highlights they can be disabled in Settings.
This month's Patch Tuesday for Windows 11 addresses some issues related to wireless connectivity. Microsoft fixed a bug that prevented Bluetooth from reconnecting to some audio devices after restarting them. There is also a fix for another issue that was causing Wi-Fi hotspot to malfunction.
For Windows 10 users, today's update KB5015807 is facing the same problem as the Wi-Fi hotspot we mentioned above, while Microsoft has also reportedly fixed a bug in the Snip & Sketch app. Apart from these, the company also rolled out some new printing and scanning features such as Internet Print Protocol (IPP) support for USB printers.