By Dervish / Last update February 9, 2022

Recently, Microsoft pushed the Build 22538 version of the system to the Win11 users in the Dev preview group. According to user feedback, there was a serious bug i this version of the system.

In Build 22538, clicking the "Performance" tab of the Task Manager will directly cause the program to become unresponsive and freeze, and can only be forced to exit. At the same time, the bug has a 100% trigger probability, and clicking the tab will trigger it under any circumstances. 

It is worth mentioning that in Build 22538, Microsoft has just introduced a new task manager.

Previously, some users found that in Build 22538, Microsoft introduced a task manager designed in Win11 style and Fluent Design, but it was hidden.

The task manager adjusts the tabs to the sidebar and adds a translucent visual effect, which is more concise and beautiful than the current task manager.

However, the task manager is still in its early stages, many functions are unavailable, the UI is not fully adapted, and further optimization is needed.

At present, it is not clear what caused the crash bug of the performance tab of the old version of the task manager, but some users believe that this has something to do with the addition of the new version of the task manager.