We fixed an issue affecting some apps that weren’t signed with a Microsoft Store certificate. After updating the system, you need to reinstall them.
We fixed issues that resulted in a crash when updating apps through the Microsoft Store.
We fixed an issue resulting in failure to sign in to Microsoft 365 apps, including Outlook, Word, Teams, and more.
Chile DST date changed. Daylight Saving Time will occur on September 11, 2022, not September 4, 2022.
We fixed an issue that affected the Search service and resulted in slow indexing of data.
Fixed an issue seen on some issues that occurred when enabling Hyper-V and Direct Memory Access (DMA) protection.
Fixed an issue that caused inconsistent network static IP address configurations to occur, resulting in feature failures. NetworkAdapterConfiguration().
We fixed an issue that caused the Task Manager to stop working after switching between light and dark skins or changing the accent color.
We fixed an issue where the width of three Chinese characters was incorrect when set to bold.
We fixed an issue affecting graphics drivers using d3d9on12.dll.
Reduced Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol power consumption on some devices when they are in sleep mode.
We fixed an issue that caused IE mode tabs to reload in session.
Fixed an issue that affected the function window.open in IE mode.
We fixed an issue where a browser window would successfully open in IE mode to display a PDF, but then navigate to another site in IE mode in the same window would fail.
Fixed an issue with the Microsoft Japanese IME. When using third party virtual desktops, text conversion might fail.
We fixed an issue that could cause the app to stop responding. This could happen when the input queue overflowed.
Fixed issue with XML Paper Specification (XPS) viewers. Because of it, sometimes it was not possible to open XPS and Open XPS (OXPS) files in languages other than English. The issue has also been observed with certain Japanese and Chinese character encodings.
We fixed an issue that caused a duplicate print queue to be created. This caused the original print queue to stop working.
We fixed an issue that could bypass MSHTML and ActiveX rules for Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC).
We fixed an issue affecting the Miracast user interface. Sometimes it closed too quickly when transferring data to devices using DeviceObjectType: Aep.
Added more dynamic content to the Widgets panel. Now if a notification from widgets appears on the taskbar, when you open the panel, you will see a banner at the top that will tell you what exactly led to the notification.
Fixed an issue affecting the SharedPC Account Manager. Due to this issue, it did not remove many accounts during the cleanup.
Fixed an issue that caused a crash LogonUI.exe. Because of this, it was not possible to close the lock screen to go to the login screen.
We fixed an issue affecting calls on dual SIM devices. If the No SIM option is selected on the device and a call is initiated, the Dual SIM feature will not work.
Fixed an issue that affected the function FindNextFileNameW(). It could lead to a memory leak.
Fixed an issue affecting robocopy. Robocopy was unable to set the correct modification time of a file when using the /IS option.
Fixed an issue that affects the file cldflt.sys. An error occurred when using this file with Microsoft OneDrive.
We fixed an issue that affected Roaming User Profiles. After logging in or logging out, some settings were not restored.
We fixed an issue that resulted in a memory leak in the LanmanWorkstation service when mounting a network drive.