Windows 11: battery life skyrockets and climbs to 103%

Windows 11 brought a lot of new features that most of the users liked. Examples of this are multiple design changes, more security, and more stability. This is despite the fact that the hardware on which it can be installed is a little (very) limited. However, it also came out with some strange things reported by a user on Reddit. In fact, he shared the picture of his Windows 11 notebook breaking the 100 percent mark in terms of battery life.

Windows 11: battery life skyrockets and climbs to 103%

We all know that the maximum load on a device is 100%. That makes perfect sense. However, Zondax users discovered a strange thing on their Windows 11 system that indicated that the battery was 103% fully charged!

Windows 11 battery life

But as if that wasn’t already strange, then it was possible to charge the battery to 104%!

Windows 11 battery life

Of course, it all has to be a bug. There have only been a few laptop battery failures. Sometimes it doesn’t show the correct capacity that is available in Windows 11. Sometimes it won’t load above a certain value. At other times there is a great loss of autonomy.

But is there any way to solve these problems?

If you look at all the reports that are circulating on the internet, it seems like it is. That said, if we do a clean install over Windows 11, we’ll be without too many problems. This is in contrast to the upgrade which causes some errors to appear.

And while we’re talking about issues, Microsoft recently confirmed that some apps built into Windows 11 have crashed in the past few days due to an expired certificate. In fact, some apps were affected, including the screenshot tool. Now a fix is ​​on the way for insiders who are registered in the beta channel and also in the release preview. Nevertheless, it is really worthwhile to install the KB5008295 update on Windows 11.

Windows 11: Update KB5008295 fixes the latest problems!

This is the second time Microsoft has released a fix for this problem. A few weeks ago this manufacturer published version KB5006746, which is arriving with version number 22000.282. This update fixed some broken apps, especially at the keyboard level. However, it is optional and must be downloaded manually through Windows Update. It also did not resolve the Capture Tool problem or some Start Menu problems.

Windows 11 battery life

Now everything is fixed with KB5008295 update. Also the issue of the expired certificate. However, since it’s not available to everyone just yet, you’ll need to join the Windows Insider Program to get your hands on it. If you don’t, you’ll have to wait for the next patch Tuesday or use some tricks to get the system up and running as desired. At least the screenshot tool.

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