Microsoft has released its usual weekly build of Windows 11 for Insiders in the Dev channel, which includes a few smaller changes, but probably the most notable of these is the ability to easily copy two-factor authentication codes from notifications.

Many services today require or at least allow two-factor authentication, which means you have to get a security code via email, SMS, or an authentication app. Now when notifications containing these codes appear, such as a Steam login email, there will be a button to copy that code to the clipboard so you can enter it into the appropriate app or website.

This also works with notifications from your phone if you use the Phone Link app. Microsoft suggests sending feedback if you notice that a notification doesn’t detect the security code.
Another interesting addition relates to the new policy for commercial/business users. This policy allows IT administrators to enable features that were delivered via service updates (not the big annual updates) when they are turned off by default.

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