Microsoft RIlis Cummulative Update in Windows 11 21H2


Microsoft RIlis Cummulative Update in Windows 11 21H2

Microsoft is now providing update support for the Cummulative Update which has been obtained by Windows 11 22H2 users. This update comes with a number of bug fixes and several problems that were reported by Windows 11 users, Wednesday (12/04).

This week the Microsoft company began providing their update support for Windows operating systems that are still getting Cummulative Update April 2023 update support, still the same as last March where this April Microsoft provided their latest update for OS that is still given support.

This time, Windows 11 21H2 gets update KB5025224 released by Microsoft which is included in the Mandatory Windows 11 April 2023 Patch Update provided by Microsoft to its users. Microsoft claims that one of the improved features is the performance of the Search Box and a better Taskbar.

“Windows 11 KB5025224 is now rolling out to PCs on version 21H2 (the original version of the OS). This is a mandatory update with many bug fixes, and Microsoft has published direct download links for Windows 11 KB5025224 offline installers to its portal (Microsoft Update Catalog). KB5025224 for Windows 11 is a mandatory April 2023 Patch Tuesday update with some notable bug fixes. For example, Microsoft is making changes to improve the search box experience on the taskbar. This means results appear instantly when you start typing in the search bar.”

This update Microsoft fixes more previous problems or issues than adding new features, followed by lighter performance improvements. For that, see what are the changelogs provided by Microsoft below:

  • Microsoft fixed an issue that affects Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) certificate.
  • A bug has been fixed where apps stop working if they rely on the new Windows Runtime (WinRT) API.
  • Microsoft fixed an issue where the Fast Identity Online 2.0 (FIDO2) PIN did not work, and the icon wouldn't appear on the credentials screen.
  • A bug has been fixed SharedPC account manager could not delete multiple accounts during its cleanup.
  • A bug has been fixed where lsass.exe, necessary for Windows logins, would stop responding.