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Build 22000.1281 (KB5019157): Optionales Update für altes Windows 11 behebt Fehler

Build 22000.1281 (KB5019157): Optional update for legacy Windows 11 fixes bugs

Systems that are not yet running Windows 11 2022 (“22H2”) or have not yet been offered an update due to the current update hold (“Safeguard Hold”) will now receive an optional update with bug fixes. With the new cumulative update KB5019157, the system will be updated to build 22000.1281.

Windows 11 2022 on the sidelines for now

For Microsoft, the Windows 11 2022 update, which has been withdrawn for the time being due to poor gaming performance in some games, is not going really well right now. After some users were prevented from upgrading to the latest version of Windows 11 in October due to their printer and the developers themselves had to publish a guide for better gaming performance, the feature update was shelved a few years ago. days.

Lots of bug fixes for Windows 11 21H2

Microsoft has optional update KB5019157 (“release notes“) intended.

Highlights of the cumulative update
  • Fixes some persistent Microsoft Store update bugs.
  • Fixes an issue affecting pinned apps in the Start menu. The Start menu stops working when switching between pages with pinned apps.
  • This problem occurs when the language is an RTL language, the so-called right-to-left script.
  • Address an issue affecting daylight saving time in the Republic of Fiji. Cancel daylight saving time for 2022.

Microsoft first released the update as Windows 11 Build 22000.1279 on the Insider Program Release Preview Channel and is now making it available to all users as the new Windows 11 Build 22000.1281 as an optional update.

A total of 11 bug fixes flow into the operating system with the update and address issues with the Windows lockdown policy (“DPLM“) and the Unified Update Platform (“oops“).

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