Microsoft warns that some parts of Windows 11 have become unusable for some users since November 1. According to the company, this is due to a problem with digital certificates. Update KB5006746 fixes most issues.
On a support page, Microsoft writes that the built-in snipping tool, touch-sensitive on-screen keyboard, Voice Typing, Emoji panel, tips app, and Microsoft Input Method Editor have stopped working for some users because of a problem with a digital certificate that was released on October 31. expired. The account and landing page in the settings menu at S-mode would also no longer work properly after October 31.
To address the issues with the on-screen keyboard, Voice Typing, Emoji panel, Tips app, and Microsoft Input Method Editor, Microsoft refers to update KB5006746 which is in preview status at the time of writing and can be downloaded manually from Windows Update.
The issues with the built-in snipping tool and the account and landing page in the settings menu in S-mode will be fixed in a later update. To take screenshots, Microsoft for now recommends using the Print Screen key on the keyboard and pasting the saved image into a program such as Paint.
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