Suddenly, a lot of complaints rise that Windows 11 features are failing some things like snipping tools, etc.
Features that are not working correctly are due to Windows 11 expired certificates, although all are working, many times users see features that don’t perform well.
According to the tech giant, Windows 11 features such as Snipping Tool, Touch Keyboard, Emoji panel and others can not load properly due to an expired certificate. The certificate expired on October 31.
The patch of this problem is available, but you have to install it manually.
The patch, KB4006746, will fix the touch keyboard, voice typing, emoji panel, and issues with the getting started and tips sections of Windows 11.
The expired certificate is also causing issues with the accounts page in the settings section of Windows 11 with S mode enabled and the input method editor UI. It’s not clear when the Snipping Tool and S mode issues will be addressed.
“We are working on a resolution for snipping tool and the S mode only issues and will provide an update when more information is available,” says Microsoft.
You don’t have to worry, the company resolves most issues rapidly and most of the issues are solved in Tuesday updates.