Windows 11 turned out to be a bittersweet experience for some users. Although Microsoft has made significant changes to improve the user experience, the most recent version of the operating system It arrived with errors. The good news is that one of the most annoying bugs will be fixed in the latest update.

If you are a Windows 11 user, you probably thought Explorer window in foreground when using other applications. The bug was first reported a year ago, and many thought it was related to the new tab creation option. Unfortunately, bad luck This happened by accident and was very difficult to reproduce.therefore, users had to deal with this throughout 2023.

Microsoft launched patch KB5032288 on its stable channel, which means that it is now available to all users. According to the support website, this update includes new improvements to Copilot for Windows, such as the ability to use the smart assistant across multiple screens or using the Alt+Tab key combination. Although the most important feature is that it fixes three Explorer bugs including error from a random window.

“This update resolves an issue affecting Explorer windows. When you don’t expect it, they appear in the foreground.”


The update is optional, which means you will have to download and install it from the operating system configuration. If you checked the “Get the latest updates as soon as they become available” checkbox, you probably already have them installed. You can also do it manually using this link.

The notes do not provide additional information about the origin of the error or why it took so long to resolve.

Windows 11 updates fix one bug, but add others

One of the iconic features of Windows is its ability to introduce bugs into updates. The most recent example is the December patch KB5033375, released a few days ago to fix security issues in Windows 11 versions 22H2 and 23H2.

Some universities report that This update prevents many students from connecting via Wi-Fi. to your access points. In a post on its support website, the University of New Haven recommends that users remove patch KB5033375and Brunel University London is asking those facing the exam not to install it.

The bug affects laptops with a Qualcomm 802.11r modem that supports Fast Transition (FT). One of the benefits of this technology is that it reduces connection interruptions when moving to another access point on the same network. As universities take advantage of this opportunity, updating Windows becomes a bigger issue.

Another error that needs to be resolved is related to Conductor performance in Windows 11. Redesign in version 23H2 slows down performance on computers with hardware requirements recommended by Microsoft. performance drop occurs starting from beta versions a few months ago, and for this reason some users refused to install the update.

Source: Hiper Textual

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