As with Windows 10, Microsoft has released a new update for Windows 11. This is update KB5018427. What changes does this update bring?
The update KB5018427 is available for Windows 11 and it fixes security vulnerabilities, as well as various bugs within the Microsoft system. In total, the Redmond firm has fixed around 30 bugs, while highlighting the following fixes:
- Addresses an issue that prevents you from signing in to various Microsoft Office 365 applications. This affects Outlook, Word, Teams, etc.
- Fixed an issue that affects the Windows Search service. The progress of the indexing of the service is then slow.
- Fixed an issue affecting robocopy and especially the /IS option.
- Addresses issues that cause Microsoft Store updates to fail.
- Fixed an issue that forces in-session IE mode tabs to reload when using Microsoft Edge.
- Fixed an issue that successfully opens a Microsoft Edge browser window in IE mode to view a PDF file. Later, browsing to another site in IE mode in the same window fails.
- Adds more dynamic Widgets content to your taskbar with a notification badge.
- Fixed an issue affecting calls in Dual SIM mode. If you do not select any SIM on your phone and you initiate a call on your device, the Dual SIM feature does not work.
- Fixed an issue affecting some apps that weren’t signed by the Microsoft Store. You must reinstall them after upgrading the operating system.
The full list of changes is available at this page. Even if you are not directly affected by the fixed bugs, it is important to install the update to benefit from the latest security patches.
This update is available through the usual channels, including Windows Update, WSUS servers or the catalogue Microsoft Update. After installing this update, Windows 11 goes to version number 22621.674.
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