We have passed the second Tuesday of the month and that means that we were entitled to another patch Tuesday, which translates into many improvements and fixes for the Microsoft operating system. The big update affects Windows 11, called KB5007215, takes the operating system to build 2200.318 and improves speed and stability.
Windows 11: Update improves speed and stability!
Windows 11 was released a month ago and although it has received some fixes lately, some issues have persisted. An example of this is the problem with the L3 cache on AMD processors, which caused delays in the system. In addition, there was another situation that caused some applications to stop working due to expired certificates. If the patches that fixed these problems were previously only available to insiders, this is because in practice they were previews, now the fixes have reached everyone.
Updates released under Patch Tuesday are automatic and mandatory. This is despite the fact that we can download them manually. Either way, since they come with multiple fixes, it will solve most of the problems for the users.
However, it also contains a fix that improves the installation of updates. Right from the start, you can reset network settings if problems are detected. On the other hand, it cleans up registry keys that can prevent upgrades from being successfully installed.
In addition, the new update also enables the repair of deactivated or damaged Windows components.
But actually this update does a lot more than I mentioned above. It is even able to compress files in the profile folder to free up space. This is the case when there is not enough storage space for new updates.
However, there is an issue that this update did not address.
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!
But as if that wasn’t already strange, then it was possible to charge the battery to 104%!
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.