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Microsoft confirms! Windows 11: Bug 11

via:快科技     time:2021/12/27 8:09:26     readed:77

It's not that there are a lot of users poking fun at Windows 11, because there are just too many problems.

Microsoft has confirmed that some users who use applications such as the image editor may experience color rendering problems after upgrading to Windows 11.

There have also been other reports of bugs in recent builds of Windows 11, which Microsoft is investigating. According to the report, a bug in Windows 11 May prevent some image editing programs from rendering colors correctly on certain displays (mainly HDR).

This has been observed when users try to edit images with a scraped white color or white/light background. If affected, the photo may appear bright yellow or other colors.

Microsoft confirmed that the error occurs when the Win32 APIs return unexpected information or errors under certain conditions. This is a problem with Windows 11 itself, and in most cases updating third-party apps won't get you any better, but Windows 11 bugs don't affect all color management programs.

Microsoft expects the color profile options in the Settings and control panel to work as expected in stable versions of the operating system, and the issue currently only relates to recently released versions in private beta.

A future version of Windows 11, expected in late January, will address the issue of HDR or image-editing applications. If you're a member of the Insider Program, you'll have a chance to get this fix in a newer build. According to the feedback center, the display color rendering bug appears to have been completely fixed when running these preview versions.

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