By Dervish / Last update February 9, 2022

It's been a while since Windows 11 was released, and there are still multiple issues and bugs. While some jobs were fixed in later updates, others still persist today. This article is accompanied by a record of 5 common customer problems and the corresponding solutions.

1. Windows 11 slows down SSDs

Some customers who upgraded from Windows 10 to Windows 11 experienced performance degradation when using solid-state drives (SSDs).

Fortunately, Microsoft rolled out an update for this issue: Build KB5007262. Naturally, this update will not be pushed to all Windows 11 operating systems, but it can be downloaded and installed manually. Anyone experiencing SSD speed issues can head to the Microsoft Update Catalog to download a fix. These problems occur due to enabling NTFS USN journaling, apparently USN journaling on disk C: authorized of course.

2. 0x80070070 error occurs when upgrading

For users upgrading from Windows 10 to Windows 11 may encounter such an error: 0x80070070. This is because this error occurs if you don't have extra space when you upgrade to Windows 11. Mainly as an error code, the string is 0x80070070-0x50011, 0x80070070-0x50012 or 0x80070070-0x60000.

To fix this, you need to delete files you don't need or uninstall some infrequently used programs to make room for the upgrade. The specific approach will only depend on the actual situation of the individual.

3. Google Chrome not working

If you can't use Chrome on Windows 11, it's likely due to a variety of reasons: incompatibility, conflicting apps, or corrupt files. You can restart your computer and open Chorme again to see if the problem still occurs. There is point to find the Google Chrome logo, right-click it and select Properties, then click the Similarity tab and select Run Similarity Investigator.

If that doesn't fix the problem, it might be important to delete the manager that contains Google Chrome profile information. If it's not too much trouble, press Windows+R to open run swap, type "%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data" and monitor the default manager, make a copy of the backup file, and, at this point, erase the envelope . If you don't succeed, you may need to flush the DNS store another way by opening a terminal with Window+X, type the command "ipconfig/flushdns" and press Enter.

Assuming the problem persists, it may be important to reset the organization settings by squeezing Windows+I Easy Routing. Select "Organization and Internet" in the window, then click "Network settings made", under the "More settings" tab, select the "Network reset" option.

4. Windows 11 cannot search

Windows 11 freezes the search bar, making it difficult for users to search through the search function. The main workaround is to press Ctrl+Alt+Del to open the task manager and search for "SearchHost.exe", then re-open it after ending the process.

5. Color display problem

Some clients have addressed a very specific bug (with recent Windows) where Windows 11 was not able to accurately deliver tints on HDR screens. This is disappointing for users who frequently use photo editing. This is most noticeable when adding a white or light white or lighter background. They look bright yellow when the balancing shade should be pure white.

Microsoft has also launched an update for this situation, please go to the official website to download the patch and install it.