- A Windows 11 software update (Windows 11 update KB5006746) is now available to solve the L3 cache latency issue.
- The error with UEFI CPPC2 (“preferred core”) is being fixed by AMD Chipset Driver package version 3.10.08.506.
- Users can get check notifications in the Action Center.
Microsoft quickly rolled out a fix for an issue that can prevent apps from opening after an attempted repair or update. Windows 11 build 22000.348 includes a fix for the problem and is available for Insiders in the Release Preview and Beta Channels. If all goes smoothly, the fix should arrive quickly for general users of Windows 11 and Windows 10.
This Windows 11 bug is not affecting all users. It is affecting only those users who have certain Intel SST driver versions. Apps crashes are experienced only when you apply an update to the affected app or try to repair it using Windows Settings or Troubleshooter. Besides fixing the app crashing issue, the update also fixes the broken PowerShell cmdlet functionality that misconfigured PowerShell 7.1 or later on some Windows 11 machines.
The issues were discovered earlier last week wherein applications like Snipping Tool, touch keyboard, emoji panel, and some more were not opening. Apparently, the issue was being caused by a digital certificate that expired on October 31, 2021. Since the update was not scheduled or planned by Microsoft, it is being called an Out-of-band update.
If you’ve tried installingor using the and were greeted with an error message reading, “This PC can’t run Windows 11,” your system might not have two essential security settings turned on: Secure Boot and TPM 2.0.
Microsoft solution for the Blue Screen of Death error
Microsoft and Intel are collaborating on a new version of compatible drivers with Windows 11 and have halted the Blue Screen of Death error. What Microsoft advised customers is to update their drivers. If the company does not provide the driver update, you can manually install it from the official website of Intel.
Microsoft says on the official support page for the update that users must restart their systems after they apply the Windows 11 KB5008295 update. The update is available across the following channels: Windows Update or Microsoft Update, Windows Update for Business, Microsoft Update Catalog, and Windows Server Update Services. Microsoft has acted at a quick pace to fix the issue with the new version of the Windows 11 operating system.
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