Windows 11 early version has been released by Microsoft for members of its Windows Insider Program, and users will have to face lots of issues and bugs already with the new operating system.
Microsoft always makes beta testing first to know each and every bug press-release beta for the full version that’s expected to launch in “Holiday 2021”, and people who are using it are encouraged to spot and report any bugs and issues.
The list of the bugs has been updated by Microsoft to know the issues, which range from minor bugs to more important issues with the user interface and compatibility. Most of the bugs in this build aren’t major, but there are some weird ones.
For example, if you try to move an app on the taskbar, it will launch or minimize as if you just clicked on it. If you’re looking forward to using the new File Explorer design, you may also notice that it’s not available if you’ve enabled the Open folders in a separate process option in the File Explorer settings.
Read also: How to Update to Windows 11
Microsoft is keen to compel that Windows 11 has not been released, and so such issues are very important. They are still in the process of ironing out all the issues with the Windows Insiders they are testing the product with.
Check out our Windows 11 System Requirements page for the latest info on what PC you’ll need to run the new operating system from Microsoft when it releases.
Windows 11 Update Problems [Solved]
Users are facing a major problem while updating to Windows 11 that is, they are finding some of the features that the update talked about missing such as:
When people with multiple accounts are trying to update to Windows 11 the update is unable to launch settings, basically, the sittings option is missing from your computer or laptop.
Whenever a user tries to launch the settings app a green light appears and everything goes blank. The Power Mode in the settings is also not visible under the “Power and Battery” page. When users try to change some settings the app refuses to save the changes.
The search bar in Windows 11 is not working it is not able to accept the text in fact; a blank gray box is visible instead of a Search Bar. However, this issue has been addressed by Microsoft and they came up with a solution that you should try and reset the “Windows Explorer”.
Once it’s done try opening the Search bar again now it will work. But, even after solving this issue people are not able to see their recent searches. To solve this problem you are advised to recent your device.
Few users are also not able to use the search bar available in the Start option. The search bar is not accepting the text. However, Microsoft has addressed this issue also and came up with a solution.
The bug will be rectified in the final Windows 11 update but in the meantime you can press Win + R on the keyboard to launch the Run dialog box, then close it. And your search bar will start working.
Various monitors are facing the issue related to Taskbar. In most of the Monitors, the taskbar is not visible. The issue has been addressed by Microsoft and will be rectified in the upcoming Final update.
The install button is not visible for some apps and products even the review and rating options are not working. The users are not able to install or review an app.
The widgets board is not working properly and appears blank in a few cases. You can sign in and out again to make it work in a few cases it works and for few, it might not work.
If users are making changes with widgets for example: if they are adding or removing some widgets some of the added widgets are not visible even after adding them.
Not only this size, shape, and positions of the widgets may also vary. The widgets may not appear according to the decided size or will not be on the assigned positions.
Rating and reviews are not available for some apps.
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