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Microsoft admits that there is a bug in the latest Windows 11 update, you can try this method to solve it temporarily

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Microsoft admits that there is a bug in the latest Windows 11 update, you can try this method to solve it temporarily

Microsoft has officially acknowledged a bug in the latest Windows 11 update, KB5034765, causing frustration for users. The bug halts the installation process at 96% with an error code of “0x800F0922”, prompting the system to revert to its previous state. In response, Microsoft has offered a temporary solution for affected users.

To address the issue, Microsoft recommends deleting the hidden folder “C:$WinREAgent” before attempting to install the KB5034765 update again. Users can either manually delete the folder through File Explorer or execute a script in Command Prompt as suggested by the tech giant.

While Microsoft has not addressed complaints regarding the disappearance of the toolbar, crashes in the file manager, or decreased performance post-update, they have fixed 73 security vulnerabilities in KB5034765, making it important for users to consider updating despite the bug.

For those hesitant to download the update, it is advised to wait for further fixes or skip the update altogether. Stay tuned for more updates on this issue.

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