Microsoft seeds a new Windows 11 update to the beta and release preview channels. This update is tagged with 22000.348 version number. The newest patch brings a major fix for broken apps. The problem can appear after updating to this month’s Tuesday (November 9) patch – KB5007215 or newer. Read along to know more about the Windows 11 22000.348 update.
If you’ve updated your PC to Windows 11 KB5007215 build then you may have noticed that some apps (such as Kaspersky apps) could stop working after attempting to repair or update an app using Microsoft Installer (MSI). Earlier this week, Microsoft added this issue in the list of known issues in Windows 11. Microsoft addresses this issue in the today’s Windows 11 22000.348 update. Apart from the fix, the company says this patch is based on the 22000.346 build number.
Obviously, it is seeding to beta and release preview channels, but if you’re on the stable channel, then there will be a cumulative update before the end of this month. And yes, it will be available for everyone. Here’s the release notes of Windows 11 22000.348 build.
- We fixed a known issue that might prevent apps, such as Kaspersky apps, from opening after you attempt to repair or update the apps using the Microsoft Installer (MSI).
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 22000.348 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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Source: Windows Blog