Microsoft has not yet fixed the bug found in Windows 11 and Windows 10 even after four months

Microsoft has announced a workaround for a bug in Windows 11 and Windows 10 where some Windows functions such as the Start menu and search bar interfere with some software that uses Microsoft Office APIs and do not work properly. bottom. However, some media reports that 'Microsoft has not yet resolved this bug.'

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The bug in question, 41322218 , was published on January 20, 2023 and causes the Start Menu, Windows Search Bar, and Universal Windows Platform to not open, click, or behave as expected. Microsoft says the registry or data may be corrupted, which can affect apps that use Office APIs.

This bug affects Windows 11 versions 22H2 and 21H2, and Windows 10 versions 22H2, 21H2 and 20H2.

Microsoft offers a workaround of 'uninstalling apps that work with Windows, Office, Outlook, and Outlook Calendar'. Microsoft cites the software for its wireless presentation tool ClickShare as an example, saying, 'When ClickShare's desktop app accesses the Office APIs to work with the Outlook calendar, the Start Menu and other shell components fail, causing the Windows taskbar and We also introduce a report that the user's shell folder permissions become unresponsive. Also, at the time of article creation, Outlook calendar linkage to software is disabled by default.

IT news site Neowin states that 'Microsoft has succeeded in alleviating serious problems,' but TechRadar, an IT news site, said, 'Not only is it disappointing that there is no definitive fix. , The workaround is also not good.' 'Microsoft has not listed the apps that are causing the problem, and has not narrowed down the problem at all.'

Microsoft says, ``We are working on a solution and will provide an update in a future release,'' but TechRader said, ``This widespread bug in Windows 11 and Windows 10 extends to areas that Microsoft cannot fix. is a concern,” he said.

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