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If you are running build 22000.132, here’s what you have to watch out for

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  • Windows 11 now has a brand new preview build, which also comes with lots of bugs and glitches.

  • KB5005190 brings forth issues with the context menus, taskbar, and also the Search function.

  • Some of the problems that ruin user experience on the new build also relate to the Teams app.

  • In this article, we will keep track of all the bugs and glitches that impede us from using certain features.

22000.132 bugs

If you are a Windows Insider and are currently testing Microsoft’s upcoming operating system, you surely know by now that the Redmond company has released a new build.

KB5005190, also known as build 22000.132, brought with it some fixes and improvements, but also some bugs that users are now struggling with.

So, we will keep track of everything that doesn’t quite work as it should and keep you informed.

Bugs and issues for Windows 11 Build 22000.132

Context menu texture overlap

Do you know how absolutely everyone says that beauty is in the little details? Well, they are right.

Even though for some, these details are too small to be taken into consideration, others find it as a lack of professionalism and absolutely no attention to details.

That’s how Insiders feel after updating to build 22000.132 and checking out the context menus, which apparently overlap now.

Indeed, not a system-threatening glitch, but one that doesn’t trick the trained eye of Windows users, and one that definitely requires Microsoft’s attention.

Mail and Calendar apps lacking update

This Windows Insider is reporting that, after installing build 22000.132, only two of the four apps that got revamped, actually received an update.

After his system finished downloading in installing KB5005190, the Snipping Tool and Calculator apps also downloaded an update.

However, the Calendar and Mail applications failed to do so, even though Microsoft announced that they would also receive them.

It’s still too early to tell what exactly is causing all this, but we’re pretty sure it’s a minor glitch.

System is slow to respond, taskbar is empty and there is no Start menu

Here is one that surely is annoying and must be dealt with as soon as possible. Some users are reporting that, after installing the latest update, their systems are almost unusable.

The OS takes ages to properly start, and the taskbar shows up as empty, with absolutely nothing on it but the Teams Chat icon, which is also unresponsive.

The Start menu is nowhere to be seen, as well.

When My Windows 11 (22000.132) starts up:
The task bar is shown empty for about 10 minutes
Teams Chat icon is shown, but the icon simply switches between a Video and Chat image when I click it. Nothing else happens.
If I click on Start > Settings > System – There is another 10 minute delay before the form is actually active.
When I resize the Settings form, it fills the screen, but the components on the form don’t move nor resize (until the components become active)
If I stop all services and reboot, everything seems fast except I don’t have internet, sound etc, so I suspect a service is failing and retrying to start.

Remember that, even though we are still dealing with gruesome issues, Windows 11 is still actively being tested, so all these problems are somewhat normal.

Search function broken after update

Insiders are reporting that the Search tool isn’t working as before after upgrading to Windows 11 build 22000.132.

This is not a very common problem, as it hasn’t been reported before, on previous builds. Even after turning indexing back on, the problem isn’t resolved.

Teams videos lagging durring meetigs

There seems to be a problem with internet bandwidth after the recent Windows 11 update, that some Insiders noticed recently.

From what we know this issue only affects Windows 11 devices, so it’s clearly not a general problem. Build 22000.132 broke a bit more than users were expecting.

WinRE won’t work on the new build

If you were trying to access the Windows Recovery Environment, you might want to think again. Trying to use this service on the new preview build will result in a BSoD error.

What is interesting is that users were expecting to get fewer and fewer problems as Microsoft moves from build to build with their future OS.

In reality, though, we’re getting more of them, and more diverse by the day. But, as we can all agree, we have to go through this so that we can have a stable final product.

Teams Chat window is empty

Many Insiders were glad to hear that, with this update, the Chat from Teams feature was going to become available to them too.

However, much to their surprise, the feature they were so eagerly waiting for turned out to be not working as it should.

Everyone hopes that the Redmond tech company will fix this as soon as possible, because most of them require Teams to work properly, in order to conduct their work.

We know that certain features might not be working at the moment, and the bugs sometimes overwhelm us and ruin our new OS experience.

But, as we kept saying over these months, we need to get used to the fact that Windows 11 is still getting groomed and tweaked.

We will keep an eye out and report all our findings via this article. Stay tuned and find out exactly what challenges the Windows 11 preview

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