Microsoft releases Windows 11 KB5008295 build to Beta and Release Preview Channels

Two days ago, Microsoft released a new insider preview build to the developer channel in the form of the 22494-preview build. Now it’s a time for the non-dev channels. Microsoft seeds a new Windows 11 KB5008295 build to Beta and Release Preview Channels. The new build brings a fix to the digital certificate expire issue caused by the last week’s Snipping tool build and other apps. Read along to know more about the Windows 11 KB5008295 update.

Microsoft says updating to KB5008295 will not bump up the build number on your system, however, users can confirm the update by moving to this location Settings > Windows Update > Update history.

Talking about the changes and fixes, then the incremental KB5008295 build carries a fix for Microsoft digital certificate expiration issue alongside an issue that prevents the Start menu and Settings app from opening in S-mode. Here’s the complete list of changes, you can check before updating.

Windows 11 KB5008295 Build Changelog

This update includes the following improvements:

  • We fixed a known issue that might prevent some users from opening or using certain built-in Windows apps or parts of some built-in apps. This issue occurs because of a Microsoft digital certificate that expired October 31, 2021. This issue might affect the following applications:
    • Snipping Tool
    • Touch Keyboard, Voice Typing, and Emoji Panel
    • Input Method Editor user interface (IME UI)
    • Getting started and Tips
  • We fixed a known issue that prevents the Start menu and Settings app from opening as expected (S-mode only).

If you’ve opted for the Beta or Release Preview channel in Windows 11 Insider Preview Program then you’ll receive the new Windows 11 Build KB5008295 update on your PC. You can simply head over to Settings > Windows Update > click on Check for Updates. And download the update on your PC.

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