A few hours ago, Microsoft released two new builds for Windows 11. Two new ones, since we already have one for the beta channel in the Insider program and another for the development channel. system such as These are the “Start Menu”, the “Settings” or the “Taskbar”, bugs that Microsoft explains how to fix.
Microsoft has already warned that with subsequent builds of Windows 11, more bugs will occur, especially in the dev channel, when starting tests for the 22H2 branch. And here we have one of some depth, so the company was quick to explain how to fix it.
Temporary solution in the absence of patch
Microsoft has released version 22000.176 for insiders who are part of the beta channel and version 22449 for those who are integrated into the development channel. And within hours, users complained of Start menu and taskbar failures, situations in which they stop responding, as well as settings and other areas of the operating system.
Faced with these failures and in the absence of a new compilation with the patch, Microsoft offered a temporary solution to resolve it.
To correct these errors, go to the “Task Manager” by pressing the “CTRL-ALT-Del” key combination.
Of all the options that we see on the screen, we have to click on “More details” to expand the Task Manager.
We choose “File” then “Execute a new task”. At this point we write “cmd” in the “Open” field and paste the command reg delete HKCU SOFTWARE Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion IrisService / f && shutdown -r -t 0
We press the “Enter” key, at which point the PC should restart and everything should return to normal.
Via | Microsoft