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Build 22000.100 solves Windows 11’s biggest issues, but not all of them

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  • As you know, Microsoft just released the latest version of the Windows 11 Insider preview builds, which is 22000.100.

  • After downloading and installing this new OS version, users were quick to flag some of the issues that came with it.

  • Ranging from minor visual bugs to critical errors that compromise operating system functionality, build 22000.100 brings a lot of issues.

  • This article contains most of the bugs that Insiders flagged since the release of this new Windows 11 build.

It’s time to take another peek behind the curtains and analyze the bugs that this new Insider build brings to the table.

We already acknowledged the known issues that Microsoft reported for their new Windows 11 software version, but let’s see how these problems really affect users.

The new Insider build compromised OS functionality

Apparently, build 22000.100 got off to a rocky start. We were expecting some bugs and issues to affect users in different ways, but not quite this seriously.

Reddit user StaticalJam states that, for him, installing the new Insider build actually broke his OS beyond repair, making it necessary to reinstall Windows 11.

Allegedly, immediately after installation, Windows Explorer broke and that’s when the problems started.

I forgot to elaborate, what happened was I updated (10.0.22000.100 along with KB5004300 and KB5004342 were installed) windows explorer broke. I get a straight up black screen and cant do anything on the desktop, task manager can be opened from control alt delete and stuff can be done through there but that’s it. I uninstalled the latest update KB5004300 and rebooted, and got an unresponsive old style of taskbar, and just now upon reinstalling the update I got the black screened explorer again. Restarting explorer doesn’t do anything btw

Update: it just brought the same old taskbar back again by itself, I didn’t uninstall any updates this time it just took 5 minutes to go from a black screen desktop to what you see above

Update 2: tried uninstalling both KB5004300 and KB5004342, still having the same problem. Got an option to try uninstalling KB5004316, didn’t help either. Uninstalling kb5004252 next

Update 3: that broke stuff even more lmao, now I have the old lock screen. I’m just reinstalling windows now

Build 22000.10 broke Windows Hello

User reports already started flooding forums and social media platforms and one of the first issues that got flagged was the fact that using the facial recognition for Windows Hello will crash the Settings app.

Many people that constantly use Hello are now appalled and request an immediate fix from the Redmond tech giant.

This problem was flagged on Reddit as well, but the great majority of users seem to already know about it already. And rightfully so, as Microsoft already listed this issue as known, in the official release post.

New visual bugs for the latest Insider build

We’ve already got accustomed to seeing a wide array of visual bugs every time that Microsoft releases a new version of the upcoming operating system.

Of course, these issues will surely get dealt with swiftly, but this doesn’t stop users from flagging them every chance they get.

This time, one of the actions buttons for notifications only contains one letter, instead of the whole word.

System tray is still not up to user standard

Even though the patch notes for the latest build advertise an updated design for the system tray, there is still no animation for the hidden icons button, and the button itself is not updated in design either.

Also, the frame for the flyout menu is darker and thicker than the ones for the other two flyouts, apparently. Not to mention that the tooltip hasn’t been updated yet.

This topic also made the social media trend train, as some users are completely displeased with current OS progress.

The whole taskbar is incomplete to me and lacks configuration for multiple screens. For people running different apps on different screens it’s pretty unusable. Looks to me like I’ll be paying for DisplayFusion for longer since they can do what MS can’t.

CMD randomly appearing on screen

Here’s an issue that’s more on the weirder side of things, when discussing the new preview build for Windows 11.

A build 22000.100 user reports that, out of nowhere, the Comand Prompt tool appears on his screen at random moments, either when logs on, or simply throughout his day.

Hello. I am facing a problem with cmd prompt. The prompt pop-up some times when i log in my pc and other times when im randomly using the pc. Does anybody knows about it? I thinks it’s not a virus ’cause i’ve scanned everything using defender and i didn’t find anything. Also, i tried to locate the page where the “tigiguc” is located but i can’t run it. It says that the file is in “.sys” file format and asks for a program to run with.

OS Version: 22000.100 (but i faced it in previous versions)

What’s even more strange, is that he reports that this issue plagued him even during the lifetime of the previous Insider build for Windows 11.

Not many people have flagged similar issues, so this problem must be limited to a small number of Insiders.

Windows 11 fluent design not added to all OS elements

It’s a known fact that one of Windows 11’s most appealing features is the new, fluent design that Microsoft introduced.

However, as we said before, unfortunately, this new design pattern doesn’t apply to all the operating system’s elements, much toward user disappointment.

Some of the more tech-savvy Windows users seem to have more in-depth knowledge about this design flaw and make some recommendations for fellow Insiders.

These are not native features of Windows, you need to force restart the runtime program that patches the corners. One way to do it is to switch themes.

Mouse cursor displays info about icons that aren’even on the taskbar

Since we were on the topic of visual bugs, here’s another one that was flagged on build 22000.100 for Windows 11.

Moving the mouse over the taskbar icons prompts the cursor to display information about the specific apps or tools you hover upon.

But when nothing is actually there, why is the cursor still displaying additional info? Surely Microsoft will take notice of this issue and deal with it accordingly,

Context menus spawn at wrong locations

We are going to continue on the topic of, you guessed it, visual bugs. This time let’s have a closer look at the context menus on Windows 11 build 22000.100.

We are used for these menus to spawn at the exact location where we right-click, as it always was on the Windows operating system.

But here’s what happens when you right-click in order to open one of these context menus for some Windows 11 Insiders, after the installation of the latest build.

VMware errors ruin user experience on build 22000.100

This report flags an issue that Windows 11’s new version brings for users that use VMware. The new OS build seems to clash with this kind of software and lead to critical errors, such as:

2021-07-23T13:52:29.640+08:00| vcpu-0| I005: [msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0) 2021-07-23T13:52:29.640+08:00| vcpu-0| I005+ Exception 0xc0000005 (access violation) has occurred.

The user that reported this problem states that he has Memory Integrity turned on,, however, VMware was fine before the build upgrade.

The taskbar isn’t working anymore

Some Windows Insiders are literally stuck, as they cannot use one of the most basic elements that Windows has to offer: the taskbar.

After downloading and applying the changes that came with build 22000.10, many people are no longer able to interact with the system taskbar, because apparently, all of its functionality has been stripped.

This is not a remote issue, as many other fellow Insiders are reporting similar problems.

Experiencing these issues is somewhat normal for software currently under testing for further development purposes. Our user feedback is what will help Microsoft iron out these system wrinkles.

What are some of the issues you encountered after installing WIndows 11 build 22000.100? Share your experience with us in the comments section below.

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