Windows 11 New Update- KB5015814, Brings Several Issues For the Users

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Everyone now can download Windows 11 KB5015814, which includes several updates, repairs, and remedies for some brand-new problems. This cumulative update resolves a problem that prevents customers from upgrading from Windows 10 to Windows 11. It introduces the Windows Search highlights feature to all users.

The security update KB5015814 will automatically download on your device at some point in the future or when you manually check for updates. Of course, if you’re aware of potential problems with this specific version; you can halt updates for up to a week. In all other respects, KB5015814 is a generally good upgrade.

Microsoft issued the July 2022 update security patch for Windows 11 on Tuesday night for version 21H2. However, it doesn’t seem to have made many changes. Nevertheless, full updated Windows 11 users have discovered that they are unable to apply the cumulative update after downloading the patch.

Unfortunately, the update itself is failing to install properly for certain users. It has resulted in the display of error codes 0x8000ffff, 0x8007007e, and 0x80073701 and, in some circumstances, throwing systems into an unending boot loop. The Start Button losing its responsiveness after the installation has also been noticed by at least two people. However, we’re not sure how widespread that issue is.

Microsoft doesn’t currently have an official patch, but it seems that for those affected, uninstalling the update resolves the problems. There is no need to immediately remove this update from your system if you are not currently experiencing any problems after installing it because it contains some crucial security upgrades to help keep your system secure.

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List of fixes in KB5015814:

  • Windows 11 now correctly displays Japanese characters in PowerShell thanks to a fix from Microsoft.
  • The Cloud Clipboard service stopped functioning and prevented synchronizing between devices due to another fault, which has already been repaired.
  • Windows 11 now correctly hides the Windows Sandbox launch screen after Sandbox is running, which was a problem.
  • A different flaw that could prevent the playback of subsequent video clips from working properly has been corrected.

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