Display problem in Windows 11 is no joke, and according to a recently-released build on the Dev’s channel, some users may be experiencing it too.
As spotted by Windows enthusiast @PhantomOfEarth, the error has been identified in the File Explorer’s address bar dropdowns or menus. When clicking on the “>” symbol, these dropdowns or menus may appear incorrectly, either completely transparent or entirely white, rendering the content invisible.
#WindowsInsider build 23493 bug: File Explorer address bar dropdowns/menus(?) opened by clicking > can display incorrectly, they sometimes show fully transparent or completely white with no content visible. Feedback Hub link: https://t.co/opYiJ9Y9m7 pic.twitter.com/7S09VvMsG4
— PhantomOcean3 ?? (@PhantomOfEarth) July 3, 2023
Fortunately, the Redmond officials promptly attend to the matter. Upon receiving feedback through the Feedback Hub, Microsoft’s Jen Gentleman verifies that the team is actively investigating the issue.
With that said, since Dev’s channel receives frequent updates and changes, it increases the likelihood of encountering bugs and glitches. New features and modifications may not have undergone extensive testing, resulting in unexpected behaviors or conflicts with existing software.
Regarding the Build, despite the aforementioned display issue in Windows 11, insiders have already experienced the initial implementation of Windows Copilot AI assistance tool, the revitalized Settings app, the enhanced functionality of the new Windows Backup app, and various other features.