Microsoft has blamed third-party apps for the Start Menu bug due to the Windows 11 update

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Summarize this content to 100 words Microsoft has released optional update KB5028254 for Windows 11, which will become generally available and mandatory in August. Users began to complain that it “breaks” the Start menu. However, Microsoft is not going to fix the problem and is blaming third-party programs.The company said the problem only affects users who have installed third-party Windows customization programs, including ExplorerPatcher. As a result, Microsoft has announced that it does not plan to issue a fix. The company asks users to uninstall third-party apps before downloading KB5028254, or contact their developer. For now, the problem affects users of Windows 11 version 22H2, but it may affect more people in the next month.In July, users complained about another update, KB5028185, for Windows 11 version 22H2, which slowed down PCs, caused network communication modules to malfunction, and caused problems when logging in.Also, after installing KB5028185, almost all games and programs began to slow down and there was a problem with the login in the system.

Microsoft has blamed third-party apps for the Start Menu bug due to the Windows 11 update

Microsoft has released optional update KB5028254 for Windows 11, which will become generally available and mandatory in August. Users began to complain that it “breaks” the Start menu. However, Microsoft is not going to fix the problem and is blaming third-party programs.

The company said the problem only affects users who have installed third-party Windows customization programs, including ExplorerPatcher.

As a result, Microsoft has announced that it does not plan to issue a fix. The company asks users to uninstall third-party apps before downloading KB5028254, or contact their developer.

For now, the problem affects users of Windows 11 version 22H2, but it may affect more people in the next month.

In July, users complained about another update, KB5028185, for Windows 11 version 22H2, which slowed down PCs, caused network communication modules to malfunction, and caused problems when logging in.

Also, after installing KB5028185, almost all games and programs began to slow down and there was a problem with the login in the system.

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