PowerToys version 0.23.2 is now available with more bug fixes

Rabia Noureen

Microsoft has released a new version of PowerToys for Windows 10, with FancyZones, PowerToys Run, and Keyboard manager getting plenty of improvements. PowerToys version 0.23.2 is a maintenance update that resolves several issues that were introduced in version 0.23.


Microsoft says that the global video conferencing mute utility is slightly problematic, and the company isn’t yet ready to release it. “For the build of PowerToys that includes Video conference mute utility, we found a last bug that affects Win+N muting we’ll be shifting out to next week,” said Clint Rutkas, Program manager lead on PowerToys.

Here’s the full list of improvements and fixes in PowerToys version 0.23.2:

  • 6955 – KBM crash when remapping shortcut
  • 6951 – KBM fix for Alt + ` with Japanese keyboards
  • 6533 – PT Run Placeholder files (onedrive) breaks Win32 scan
  • 7138 – PT Run Auto suggest not working
  • 7116 – FZ Clone parent data
  • 6967 – FZ forgets VD Layout
  • 3536 – FZ + Chrome tab issue

Overall, this new version of PowerToys isn’t a massive release, but these minor updates are essential to ensure everything is running as planned. In other words, it delivers a couple of critical fixes to improve the overall stability of the app. You can download the new PowerToys version from GitHub right now.