Microsoft fixes Windows 11 features failing due to an expired certificate

 


Microsoft is issuing a fix to Windows 11 for running slow and CPU-cluttering apps.

The Windows 11 Developer Launch I update will be built into the next pre-release release, with other features.

It comes a week after Microsoft released a wide-ranging console update that lasted only 30 seconds.

Meanwhile, newer versions of Windows 10 are now rolling out on the first weekend of the school year.

There's been a number of reports of strange things going on and, possibly, unsupported code, reports have suggested users might not be able to uninstall the update, though other versions of Windows 10 have zero-responsibility for it.

Microsoft is issuing a fix to Windows 11 after one security service failed to start on the processor.

Microsoft rolled out the update to Windows 10 users on Sunday, with Windows 11 Performance Running Update built into the new fall update.

The Windows 11 Developer Launch I update — Build number 11C072171 — will be built into the next pre-release release and announced this morning, according to its product page.

In addition to the security feature, which aims to address a security loophole that results in sluggish Windows 10 performance, Windows 11 Build 11C072171 will also include many other features, including Universal Search, Improved Media Carousel Size, and BittersweetSweet and Microsoft Creators.

There's been a number of reports of strange things going on and, possibly, unsupported code, reports have suggested users might not be able to uninstall the update, though other versions of Windows 10 have zero-responsibility for it.

On Monday, Microsoft confirmed it's updating its pre-built Windows 10 upgrades with security fixes after reporting Microsoft's Windows Server Site Name: Has the Hello Code Failed to Start. The company said: "An expired certificate causes Windows 10 to have unstable performance, resulting in CPU demands higher than what hardware is capable of managing.

"Please ensure your software needs the highest possible certificate validation from our security lab when the certificate is given to us. In the event that your software needs the highest certifications it should restart when it gets the right certification."

This also led to a brief Twitter storm of reports that Microsoft was backing a Windows 10 update, though that doesn't seem to be the case.

Elsewhere, while the newest versions of Windows 10 offer cool panoramic designs and improved sound quality, stock systems reported several problems.

Surface Pro 8X's search bar is rapidly closing, and the app drawer will lock up and even crash, according to users reported.

Another user, who complained via Twitter on Monday, described symptoms that their computer fixed themselves, reportedly telling them: "Headset have issues after font update, Twitter, 3D games and other will crash."

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