Windows 11 bug: After haunting Windows 10 users, glitch sneaks into new OS
- Windows 11 bug is in the news after having troubled Windows 10 users for months.
Microsoft Windows 11 bug is in the news after having troubled Windows 10 users for months. This OS the printing bug that was revealed a long time ago, but it is refusing to be killed off despite repeated attempts by Microsoft. In fact, far from getting killed, every new fix issued by Microsoft has been bypassed by the bug and in fact, it seems to have grown bigger in terms of the problems it poses. Even as one problem is sorted, another one appears elsewhere, defying all attempts to eradicate it permanently. Now that it seems to have migrated to Windows 11, those new to the system are facing problems too. And if recent actions are anything to go by, it will continue pose a big problem.
Cumulative Update, KB5006674, for Windows 11 was released by Microsoft recently to fix a networking issue, reveals MSPowerUser. It was the first update released for Windows 11 after its official roll out. Now, another one would be required to get rid of the printing bug. This after months of having had to figure out the problem on Windows 10. In fact, Windows 11 itself had gone through months of testing by the company itself as well as through Windows Insider programme before it was rolled out on October 11 without the problem being pre-empted.
Users on both Windows 10 and Windows 11 are facing issues certain issue while connecting to a print server, MSPowerUser revealed. These issues are:
These issues are welling up mostly in enterprises.
In the meanwhile, all those who have been eagerly waiting for Windows 11 OS to be available on their PCs, but were disappointed till now, may have a reason to cheer as it has been revealed that Microsoft is rolling out its latest software to more PCs in the next few days. When Windows 11 was initially rolled out, most of it had gone out to new PCs and now, it seems it is the turn of the users who will get the upgrade for free.
"The availability of Windows 11 has been increased and we are leveraging our latest generation machine learning model to offer the upgrade to an expanded set of eligible devices. We will continue to train our machine learning model throughout the phased rollout to deliver a smooth upgrade experience," The Verge, quoted Microsoft as saying.
Users should know that Windows 11 will reach them in a staggered manner and that the entire Microsoft campaign may well last into the next year.