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Windows 11 cannot open applications with non-ASCII registry keys, Microsoft video shows why operating system requires TPM 2.0

In letter : The issues arising from the recent launch of Windows 11 have become an interesting topic for many. Adding to the growing list of issues is a new compatibility issue affecting applications that use non-ASCII characters in their registry keys.

Microsoft has revealed that some applications might not open as a result, as well as causing other issues or errors in the operating system. Due to the bug detection, Microsoft has implemented a compatibility suspension, which means that users who have affected devices are not offered Windows 11 or remove the ability to install it.

“Compatibility issues have been detected between applications that use non-ASCII characters in their registry keys or subkeys and Windows 11. Affected applications may not be able to open and cause other problems or errors in Windows, including the possibility of receiving an error with a blue screen, “detailed Microsoft.

The extent of the problem does not end there, however: Affected registry keys that contain non-ASCII characters might not be able to be repaired at all.

Users are advised not to attempt to manually upgrade to Windows 11 with the Update Now button or the Media Creation Tool until a security patch can be released.

Windows 11 has also been plagued by a number of other issues. This slows down AMD processors by up to 15%, some networking software can slow internet speed, and memory leak affects performance.

Elsewhere, although this has been a controversial requirement, Microsoft has explained why the operating system requires TPM 2.0 in a video. A behind-the-scenes look at security designed to protect Windows 11 is provided by Microsoft security expert Dave Weston. However, users will still be able to bypass the TPM requirement, in addition to a method to disable VBS.

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Analyst firm Gartner recently said that Windows 11 features could easily have been released as an update for Windows 10. The redesign was more aimed at creating “a marketing opportunity for the PC ecosystem,” the company said. company.

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