Windows 11: a new patch fixes a very annoying problem in the taskbar
Windows 11 has received a brand new update to fix bugs, like every second Tuesday of the month: the famous Patch Tuesday. As usual, many issues have been resolved, one of which concerned the taskbar. Windows 10 also received a patch.
Yesterday February 14, Microsoft rolled out a new update for Windows 11: the famous Patch Tuesday, published every second Tuesday of each month. As usual, this one fixes many small problems, but also brings improvements.
For example, this update fixes an issue affecting search in the taskbar. Searching for images through this, it was impossible to open it with the application of our choice. The update also makes it possible to find a file via its content. Moreover, this patch improves the system of optional updates: they are now all displayed (which was not necessarily the case) and the installation can be chosen on a case-by-case basis.
Windows 11 fixes some bugs
This patch obviously focuses on fixing bugs. He deletes one of them which was very annoying, since it there was a chance that your PC would go to sleep after plugging in a controller Another was randomly preventing users from logging out or logging back into their account. Bugs regarding Kanji characters have also been fixed. Many more have been targeted by Microsoft.
Windows 11: an ugly watermark will appear permanently if you forced the installation
The entire list is available (in English) on the website of the Redmond firm. These adjustments make it possible to use the OS serenely and should automatically install on your PC on next reboot if not already done.
Windows 11 isn’t the only one affected by Patch Tuesday, since Windows 10 has also received an update. The biggest issue is with OSes installed via an ISO file. Edge Legacy (pre 2020 release) can be removed, but not automatically replaced by the current release. Again, the update is automatically installed on your computer.