Windows 11 A nasty bug in the recently deployed preview update caused a serious issue in safe mode, which has been resolved and should have already been fixed.
This bug was caused by a recent preview update for Windows 11, patch KB5012643. This was an optional update for those who want early access to a series of fixes scheduled for the May patch round.
As Windows latest According to the report, after installing the update, some Windows 11 users visited Microsoft’s Feedback Hub (and elsewhere online) and reported the following issues: Safe modeIn other words, the screen flickers.
In fact, the flicker effect was so bad for the buggy people that safe mode was more or less unavailable, so it’s no surprise that this was Microsoft’s preferred fix.
As Microsoft informed us Support documentationThe problem occurred when the user chose to enter “safe mode without network”, and fortunately the company has already published a fix that will be applied automatically. There is no need to reinstall the update or make it any other length.
Analysis: Preview updates are optional for some reason
Once you get the preview update, you’ll expect to encounter gremlins while you’re working. This is just the nature of beta software. Sure, the issues you encounter are generally minor, but the goal is to identify the issue and troubleshoot it before it’s fully released.
Windows 11 (or Windows 10), And that’s why most people wait for a fully completed version the next month – unless the patch solves a particularly annoying bug they’re already suffering from (which changes the balance between risk and reward, of course). ..
In the case of KB5012643, not only did this issue occur The main issue that caused very long boot times on some systems..
The good news about this safe mode bug is that it was quickly fixed by Microsoft using “Rollback of Known Issues”, but migrating to a Windows 11 machine will take some time.
This should complete the fix, but Microsoft advises that “rebooting the device may allow you to quickly apply the resolution to the device” (and business) to benefit from the rollback. The advice for users is as described above. Support documentation).