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Here are all the Windows 11 build 22000.51 bugs to watch out for

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  • Windows 11 has been released today for Insiders

  • Thousands have rushed to install it, enthusiastic about the release

  • We’ve decided to compile all the bugs in a single place for all the geeks out there

Here at Windows Report we have a somehow weird passion for bugs, errors and whatever. I personally hunt errors and issues ever since I first started the website.

We make it our mission to roundup all these bugs especially when it comes to big Windows Updates being released, because we know that Microsoft is looking and listening. And as we all love Windows, it’s important that you use the Feedback Hub to let the Microsoft developers what exactly is broken.

But we’re also inviting you to our comments section to share with us what’s off with your very first Windows 11 Preview release.

Official issues for the first Windows 10 build

First of all, as always, Microsoft has informed of all the issues that they are aware of, as follows:


  • Taskbar will not be shown across multiple monitors but will return in an upcoming build.

  • The preview window may not display the entire window when hovering over Task View on the taskbar.


  • When upgrading a device with multiple user accounts to Windows 11, Settings will fail to launch.

  • A small set of Settings legacy pages as well as fit and finish bugs will be addressed in future releases.

  • The ‘Power mode’ setting does not show up on the Power & battery page.

  • When launching the Settings app, a brief green flash may appear.

  • When using Quick Settings to modify Accessibility settings, the settings UI may not save the selected state.


  • In some cases, you might be unable to enter text when using Search from Start or the taskbar. If you experience the issue, press Win + R on the keyboard to launch the Run dialog box, then close it.

  • We’re working on fixing an issue that’s preventing unpinning apps from Start, making the command bar in File Explorer disappear, or hiding snap. To work around these, restart your PC.


  • App icons in the Search panel may do not load, and instead appear as gray squares.

  • When hovering your mouse over the Search icon on the taskbar, the third recent search does not load and remains blank.

  • After clicking the Search icon taskbar, the Search panel may not open. If this occurs, restart the “Windows Explorer” process, and open the search panel again.

  • When you hover your mouse over the Search icon on the taskbar, recent searches may not be displayed. To work around the issue, restart your device.

  • Search panel might appear as black and not display any content below the search box.


  • System text scaling will scale all widgets proportionally and may result in cropped widgets.

  • Launching links from the widgets board may not invoke apps to the foreground.

  • When using screen reader/Narrator in widgets may not properly announce content

  • Widgets board may appear empty. To work around the issue, you can sign out and then sign back in again.

  • When using the Outlook client with a Microsoft account, Calendar, and To Do changes may not sync to the widgets in real time.

  • Widgets may be displayed in the wrong size on external monitors. If you encounter this, you can launch the widgets via touch or WIN + W shortcut on your actual device monitor first and then launch on your secondary monitors.

  • After adding multiple widgets quickly from the widgets settings, some of the widgets may not be visible on the board.

Microsoft Store

  • The install button might not be functional yet in some limited scenarios.

  • Rating and reviews are not available for some apps.

Ok, so these are all official bugs that Microsoft is aware off. And these are usually mild, and not affecting important areas of activity for new Windows 11 users.

Now let’s have a look at what early adopets have been sending our way…

First Windows 11 bugs collected from real users

Call of Duty players get shadowbanned

Increasing chatter on Reddit goes to shows that by using a pre-release version of Windows you can actually get banned from online games, as the anti-cheat program for validation might flag your system.

Here’s the list of other games that could be in the same situation:

  • Battlefield series

  • PUBG

  • Rainbow Six: Siege

But it could actually affect all BattlEye supported games.

Local users and accounts missing

On the Microsoft support forums, somebody is complaining that he has local users and accounts missing.

Explorer.exe infinite restart loop

The new Explorer has gone under a complete redoing but it is also throwing away some naughty errors, too. User GamerZero said this:

After update to windows 11 insiders preview (got normal update in settings/update center) im having troubles with windows explorer.exe. Right after win11 installation it got in infinite restart loop, i’ve tried to stop it and start with admin permissions myself from task manager (windows+R doesn’t seem to work also as any win+key combos). Also tried to use sfc /scannow and reboot the PC. Still my explorer.exe doesn’t work also as any of related things such as desktop.

Context menu of the right mouse button is hidden

This time, another user spotted a small glitch with the right mouse button:

I just upgraded to Windows 11 today. However, when I operated the right mouse button, I found that the context menu of the right mouse button was hidden. You must press shift +F10 to display the complete right mouse context menu. Excuse me, how can I make Windows11 display the context menu of the right mouse button by default like Windows10?

CPU issues

MarkHerridge saw that the first build could be playing around with your CPU a tad too much:

This new Win 11 Pro has my same CPU at min 3600MHz and jumping to 4175MHz by just moving my mouse temps 36/40c. Also in the Task Manager it says it is only using around 2% to 4% of the CPU. I have tried a minimal boot to no avail, everything else works perfectly, I have not installed anything since the Win 11 Pro download/install. There has to be a glitch or something, it is making my fans run higher than they normally do

These are just the very few we spotted and we are going to continuously update for newer ones. So feel free to jump in with your own input.

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