Microsoft confirms another Windows 11 issue, promises fix in a future release

Windows 11 new issue confirmed

Microsoft has confirmed some users who utilize apps like image
editors may have encountered a colour rendering problem after
upgrading to Windows 11. Additionally, there are reports of
other bugs in recent builds of Windows 11 and Microsoft is
looking into the reports.

According to reports, a bug in Windows 11 could prevent some
image editing programs from rendering colours correctly on
certain displays (mostly HDR). This has been observed when
users try to edit pictures shaving white colours or a
white/light background. If you’re affected, your pictures could
display in bright yellow or other colours.

Microsoft confirmed that the bug
occurs when Win32 APIs return unexpected information or errors
under specific conditions. This is an issue with Windows 11
itself and updating your third-party apps will not make a
difference in most cases. As per the tech giant, Windows 11 bug
does not affect all colour management programs are affected.

Microsoft expects colour profile options in Settings and
Control Panel to work as expected in the stable builds of the
OS.

A future release of Windows 11, which is expected to launch in
late January, will resolve issues with HDR or image editing
apps. If you’re a member of the Insider Program then you’ll
have access to the fix in newer builds. As per reports on
Feedback Hub, the monitor colour rendering bug appears to be
completely fixed when running these preview builds.

What’s broken in the latest updates

Windows 11 KB5008215, which was released on December 15, is
also plagued with multiple issues. For example, some users have
claimed that they’re unable to apply the cumulative update as
the patch fails to install with cryptic error messages.

Likewise, some folks are still encountering performance issues
with certain storage drives like SSD and NVMe.

For those unaware, a known issue in Windows 11 could reduce the
performance of the storage drives in certain cases. This
typically happens when you try to move files between the system
partition and the rest of the partitions as the bug only
affects the partition where Windows 11 is installed.

It’s not yet clear as to when these issues will be fully fixed
in the OS, but we’re expecting additional bug fixes in January
optional update.

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