Microsoft rolled out a new update for Windows 10 and Windows 11

It’s Microsoft Update Tuesday again, it’s once a month and it brings updates for the supported Windows versions. Then there are functional, but also security updates. Of course, the most convenient thing is always to wait until the update arrives, alternatively, you can visit the update pages yourself, read through the changelogs and download the packages from the update center. As every month, we have the overview:


KB5016629 (OS Build 22000.856) for Windows 11 addresses a known issue that may prevent some users from opening the Start menu. On affected devices, clicking or tapping the Start button or using the Windows keyboard shortcut may have no effect. There are also some security updates.

KB5016616 (OS Builds 19042.1889, 19043.1889, and 19044.1889) for Windows 10 fixes, among other things, an issue that affects the printing of files that users send to a printer. It also fixes a known issue that can cause the typing indicator and language bar not to appear in the notification area. This issue affects devices that have more than one language installed. Security updates are also on board.

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