Microsoft has released a patch update for PowerToys 0.60, which was released last week. As such, it contains all the new features present in the previous version along with a few fixes for bugs that the team felt was important to release fixes for.
This is a patch release to address issues in v0.60.0 to fix a few bugs that we felt were important to stability based on incoming rates. See v0.60.0 for full release notes.
#19253 – Updated Microsoft Store submission of PowerToys to not display UI during installation.
#19023 – Fixed a bug preventing FancyZones from correctly applying templates when multiple monitors shared the same serial number.
#19233 – Fixed incompatibility preventing display of PowerRename and ImageResizer Windows 11 level 1 context menus on Insider development builds.
#19219 – Old context menus are now also displayed on Windows 11, to account for configurations where other third-party software might replace Windows 11 context menus.
#19263 – Fixed a bug that caused the Find My Mouse overlay to crash when activated in the upper left corner of the screen.
#19223 – FancyZones editor should no longer crash on setups where monitors are not detected connected to display devices.
You can download PowerToys 0.60.1 from the Microsoft Store using this link or the official repository on GitHub. If you already have PowerToys installed on your computer, the app will notify you of available updates, or you can update manually from Settings. As mentioned above, you can also read more about the changes made to the previous 0.60 version.
If you are unfamiliar with PowerToys, it is a collection of advanced utilities provided by Microsoft and the open source developer community. It contains various tools, such as an application launcher, a bulk file renamer, a color picker, a utility to customize shortcuts, and more. Microsoft frequently updates PowerToys with new features and fixes.