Microsoft’s Windows 11 confessing that he could not solve some of the problems related to Neowin, Windows 11 and Windows 10 users who use the Start menu, Windows search bar, and some Universal Windows Platform (UWP) announced that it discovered errors where they were unable to launch or run their applications correctly.
These errors to Microsoft Office applications It appears to be related to bad registry keys and data connected to it, applications that integrate with Office, and the relationship between Windows and Outlook. Although it doesn’t affect everyone, those who encountered this error realized it was a bug in January of this year. Unfortunately, during this time, Microsoft hasn’t had a clue how to fix the problem.
Microsoft’s ‘Health’ web page, Windows search and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) It is stated that applications may not work properly or may not open. A workaround was suggested in a recent update, but there is still no definitive solution. This is not only disappointing, but also admits Microsoft’s ignorance of the problem. It is stated that uninstalling apps is recommended as the only way to fix the problem.
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However, instead of identifying problematic applications, Microsoft simply “Windows, Microsoft Office, It states that it integrates with “Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Calendar”. This provides limited information on resolving the issue. It’s also not a good solution for people who depend on the issue when uninstalling apps isn’t possible.
Microsoft, your problem solution We state that it is working on it and we hope that it can provide a solution that will solve the problem for users without uninstalling certain applications. But Windows 11 and for Windows 10 users affected by this issue, the situation is worrying. Operating systems should work with different combinations of hardware and software, but this is not the case. Microsoft It creates an embarrassing situation for them. This is the case that the company is allegedly working on. Windows 12 also raises questions about it. We would prefer that Microsoft focus primarily on fixing current versions of Windows.