Windows 11 users can now easily share files on Teams through Windows Share

KB5032292 is now live.

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Microsoft just released the Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22635.2776 (KB5032292to the Beta Channel, and while the build doesn’t bring any new features, it does come with some important changes and improvements to the operating system.

One of these changes, and probably the most important of them all, is the Microsoft Teams integration within Windows Share. More precisely, Windows 11 users who are signed in with Microsoft Entra ID, can now share files to specific Microsoft Teams Channels and groups directly within the Windows Share window.

This feature will allow for easier communication with friends, family, or work colleagues, without having to open Teams and manually drag and drop files.

The feature is now available to the Beta Channel meaning it will hit the stable Windows 11 channel in a few weeks. Below you’ll find all the changes and improvements coming with this build.

KB5032292: All you need to know

Changes and Improvements are gradually being rolled out to the Beta Channel with a toggle on*

[Windows Share]

  • If you’re signed in with a Microsoft Entra ID, in addition to being able to share to your Microsoft Teams (work or school) contacts, you can also now share directly to specific Microsoft Teams Channels and groups chats as well directly within the Windows share window.

[Windows Ink]

  • We are expanding the ability to use digital handwriting (inking) in some edit boxes for Windows Ink to the following languages and locales: Chinese Simplified (People’s Republic of China), English (Australia), English (Canada), English (India), English (United Kingdom), French (Canada), French (France), German (Germany), Italian (Italy), Japanese (Japan), Korean (Korea)Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish (Mexico), and Spanish (Spain). This also includes more accurate recognition technology, gestures to delete, select, join, and split words and also gesture to insert a new line.

[Task Manager]

  • We improved process grouping in the processes page for Task Manager.

Fixes gradually being rolled out to the Beta Channel with toggle on*


  • Fixed an issue that made the desktop tooltips in Task view hard to read in contrast themes.
  • Fixed an issue where when dragging and dropping windows in Task View to different desktops, it might unexpectedly place the window in the background of other windows.

[Live captions]

  • Fixed an issue that was causing live captions to sometimes show the same line of text twice.

Changes and Improvements gradually being rolled out to everyone in the Beta Channel


  • This update starts the roll out of account-related notifications for Microsoft accounts on the Settings homepage. A Microsoft account connects Windows to your Microsoft apps. The account backs up all your data and helps you manage your subscriptions. You can also add extra security steps to keep you from being locked out of your account. This feature displays notifications across the Start menu and Settings. You can manage Settings notifications in Settings > Privacy & security > General.

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