Early adopters of Windows 11 may not be able to use the screenshot tool, touch keyboard, or emoji panel unless they manually update the operating system. Microsoft released patches to fix most of the problems, Referencing an expired certificate As the reason.
The patch will be sent to the affected device as an automatic update, but you can manually install the preview patch, KB5006746If you want it immediately. It fixes the touch keyboard, voice input, emoji panel (Windows key + period, for those who have not played), and the Getting Started and Tips section in Windows 11. It does not repair the screenshot tool (however, Windows key + Shift + S). Microsoft recommends using the Print Screen key as an alternative method.
Windows 11 users running security-centric S mode (which restricts you from using Microsoft Store apps and Microsoft Edge) or want to use an input method editor (basically a keyboard macro tool) may encounter problems, regardless of The same is true for patches.
A certificate essentially verifies certain parts of the operating system as official, such as a contract. This particular program expired on October 31, causing all these programs and functions to crash for some users. Usually, an expired certificate can continue to work after the expiration date, but for whatever reason, since we have passed the end of October, this certificate will cause a crash.
edge The report says that if you experience a crash related to this issue, you can manually change the date of your device back to October 30 to make the screenshot tool work. Otherwise, you may need to wait for another patch.
This is how the new operating system works. As Wes pointed out last month, if you are still using Windows 10, you might consider postponing the upgrade to 11.