The problem with this change, which came with Build 22563, is that the ability to reorder icons and drag and drop was ended to show or hide the icons in the system tray. The ability to show or hide was relegated to the Settings app and the ability to reorder icons simply disappeared.
Windows 11 won’t change the system tray
Although the change seemed appropriate for touch interfaces, the regression at the level of usability on desktop computers was palpable. Such was the case, that numerous Insiders decided to contribute their comments through the Opinion Center (or Feedback Hub) to criticize this change.
Due, Microsoft has decided to go back and restore the original Windows 11 system tray in Build 22616. Therefore, drag and drop and show flyout of hidden icons are brought back.
This feature regression joins taskbar optimized for tablets and convertibles, which will also not be available at the release of Windows 11 22H2. Therefore, it seems that Microsoft will release these features, in addition to the file explorer tabs, with a future cumulative update.
From Microsoft they indicate that this change is due to the feedback provided by the Insiders, which shows that those from Redmond continue to listen to the opinions of the users. In this way, the feature will return when it is running to the satisfaction of all users. The company hopes to improve its performance and interface, so that it adapts correctly to all devices.