Microsoft has been busy launching Windows 11, and now the company has started rolling out new features to the operating system. The company is adding a new page to the Settings app that lets you see information about your Microsoft account in Windows 11 build 22489.
in a Windows Insider blog postWe’re slowly rolling out a new “Your Microsoft Account” settings page that will give you quick access to information about your Microsoft account directly under Settings in Windows 11, Microsoft said.
Currently, the feature is rolling out to the Dev channel of the Windows Insider Program. Even then, Microsoft says it’s introducing it to a “small group of Windows Insiders,” so it may be a while before we see it in the final build of Windows 11.
Basically, through the page, you can see information similar to what you find on the Microsoft website. Microsoft says, “You’ll see information about your Microsoft account, including your Microsoft 365 subscriptions, and links to order history, payment details, and Microsoft Rewards.”
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While the page looks pretty basic at the moment, Microsoft says it has “a plan to improve your Microsoft account settings page based on your feedback from the Feedback Center via online service experience packages.” This means it could get better with time, but we’ll have to wait and see what happens.
Of course, Windows 11 build 22489 comes with several minor fixes and improvements that will eventually come to Windows 11. For example, Microsoft added support for Discover the assigned analyzer, among other things.