According to Windows Latest, the bug is still present even after the company made available the December 2021 and January 2022 updates. However, the upcoming February update (KB5008353) seems to have finally fixed the bug for good. The official changelogs for the KB5008353 update explain that the patch “addresses a performance regression issue that occurs when you enable the update sequence number (USN) journal,” which is a problem related to storage devices. In addition, some users who have applied the update have confirmed that their computers will now boot faster and perform as expected. Microsoft is expected to roll out this update during the second Tuesday of February, but you can install it immediately manually through the Windows Update settings. In addition to this bug fix, the company plans to push a slew of other fixes and some new features. It’s still unclear how the rollout will work. However, the company plans to improve the overall experience of the Taskbar, and Windows 11 will also get some new apps, such as a new redesigned Notepad and Media Player apps, and support to install Android apps on Windows 11 (preview). All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.