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Microsoft fixes Snipping Tool and five other issues in Windows 11 KB5008295 release

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Microsoft fixes Snipping Tool and five other issues in Windows 11 KB5008295 release

Windows 11 users recently faced problems with opening or using the built-in Windows apps including Snipping Tool, Touch Keyboard, Voice Typing, Emoji Panel, Input Method Editor user interface (IME UI), and Getting started and Tips, due to Microsoft digital certificate was expired on October 31st, 2021. So, Microsoft decided to release Windows 11 KB5008295 to Windows Insiders in the Beta and Release Preview Channels and they finally fix it. Then they release the same update to regular Windows 11 to fix those problems with opening and using built-in Windows apps.

Microsoft also fixes Start Menu and Settings app from opening in Windows 11 S-mode. The Windows 11 KB5008295 is currently available to all Windows 11 users and they can check or update their devices from Windows 11 Settings > Windows Update and click on Check for updates button. If you already installed Windows 11 KB5008295 release then you can check from Windows 11 Settings > Windows Update > Update history and look for that update.

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