Not so long ago, Microsoft confirmed the presence of two critical errors that can lead to application crashes and the appearance of blue screens of death (BSOD) in Windows 11. Now it became known that the developers have prepared a fix to solve these problems and have begun testing the update among the participants Windows Insider Program on Beta and Release Preview channels.
Recall that the appearance of application failures and BSODs was noticed by some users of the Windows 11 software platform, who installed the service pack released as part of the Patch Tuesday program in November. Later it became known that the problem affects some Windows 11 users, as well as some devices running the latest versions of Windows 10. An attempt to update an application or restore its functionality using the “Troubleshoot” tool crashes.
Fortunately, the developers quickly noticed numerous user complaints and have already prepared a corresponding fix, which became part of Windows 11 build 22000.348 (KB5007262). The description of this package says that it fixes an issue that in some cases prevents applications from launching after they are updated or restored. At this stage, the patch is tested by members of the Insider Program.
It is expected to be included in an optional update that will be available to a wide range of users soon. Since this update will not be distributed automatically, users will have to install it themselves if necessary through Windows Update or through the Microsoft Update Catalog.