internal program participants MicrosoftDev channel members started receiving the latest yesterday (16) Windows 11 Update. a 22557. build up brings many innovations with emphasis on the arrival of live subtitlesan accessibility tool Similar to Available on Android,
Aimed at helping hearing impaired people or those with any difficulty understanding speech, the function automatically generates subtitles for audio content. They can be displayed at the bottom and top of the screen or in a floating window, in which the system allows you to adjust their size and appearance.
According to Microsoft, live caption (original name of the facility) The computer microphone also supports audio, generating subtitles during personal conversations. While very useful, this feature is only available in English for now.
Initially, subtitles are supported only for the English language.Source: microsoft/disclosure
activation of live subtitles on windows 11 This can be done in the “Accessibility” option of the quick settings, in the taskbar, or with the keyboard shortcut “Win + Ctrl + L”. When activating the function for the first time, you will need to download a speech model that enables Live Caption on your computer.
Other Update Highlights
In addition to live generated subtitles, Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22557 add option”do not disturb”, to display priority notifications only, and “Center”, which helps stay focused, disabling system alerts. hey new task manager is also present.
Windows 11 Task Manager has an updated design.Source: microsoft/disclosure
OneDrive integration with File Explorer, new touch gestures for faster navigation on touchscreen devices, and a settings update to reduce power consumption when the PC is idle are other highlights. See a full list of what’s new in Windows 11 Build 22557 microsoft site,