Microsoft Windows 11 users can expect Patch Day every second Tuesday of the month, when a new update is supposed to provide various bug fixes. You can find out which problems are fixed with KB5015814 in the following overview.
The Windows Patchday in July has begun: Windows 11 computers will gradually receive either via the Windows update function or manual download via the Microsoft Update Catalog the patch KB5015814, which upgrades Windows 11 to the new build version 22000.795.
As always, patch KB5015814 for Windows 11 closes security-critical gaps and packs further improvements into the operating system, which Microsoft specifies in more detail in its patch notes. Among other things, the new “Search Highlight” feature will be implemented. This is to highlight each day’s special events that took place on that anniversary.
In addition, a bug has been fixed that made it impossible for users with the right configuration to upgrade their computer to Windows 11. This was due to the timing of certain OS processes. In addition, problems with playing audio and video clips have been corrected, and Bluetooth devices should also be able to be paired more reliably with audio devices.
In total, over 20 vulnerabilities have been closed, such as Microsoft in the Security Update Guide collects. In places, or possibly, the same fixes can also be found as in the current July update for Windows 10.
Windows 11 22H2
Microsoft is rolling out Windows 11 to unsupported devices
The upcoming feature update 22H2 for Windows 11 was accidentally delivered to devices running Windows 10 yesterday. The bug is now being investigated.