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Expired certificate downs Windows 11 snipping tool,S mode start menu,and settings page...


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Microsoft is yet to push a patch that will fully resolve the issues caused.

 

Umm,think I'll keep waiting....

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Edited by schuck6566
added screenshot of Microsoft's offer.
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You could have put this in the news section fyi. 

 

Sounds like windows 11 doesn't just keep letting you use it normally without being activated. 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/other/microsoft-fixes-windows-11-features-failing-due-to-an-expired-certificate/ar-AAQmXUi?ocid=mmx&PC=EMMX01&PC=EMMX01

 

Looks like it's been fixed. 

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8 hours ago, Diffident said:

Am I the only one that had to look up what a "Snipping Tool" was? 🤪

 

For the real question, Why does a screenshot utility need a digital certificate?

lol, because redmond is only looking out for our "safety"... Windows 10 or 11 S mode limits you to Windows store software only(They seem to be taking a page from Apples book there,but you CAN change to regular mode)

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