Aug 26 2022 10:51 PM
Aug 26 2022 10:51 PM
This update has several issues. After installation, I could no longer access that Control Panel in the normal way. Had to resort to control.exe shortcut. Also, the Menu Bar in File Explorer is MIA as well. Reverted to 22622.575 and all works again.
Aug 27 2022 11:21 AM
Aug 27 2022 11:22 AM
Aug 27 2022 02:44 PM
Same issue here. Once the Beta Build is installed File Explorer crashes. The Print dialog crashes when I attempt to Print to file (for example, Adobe PDF or Microsoft Print to PDF) as soon as the Save File appears. Using the right mouse click to perform operations such as New, Properties, etc crashes. Uninstalling the build successfully eliminates the problem.
Aug 28 2022 12:45 AM
Aug 28 2022 02:04 AM
@davequail My problem with this release is that I am unable to access the properties on all desktop shortcut icons. When I right click all icons flash and the right click menu disappears. Also I use the file manager Xplorer2 Pro which will not run. I had to do a system restore to a point a few days earlier as there didn't seem to be a way to uninstall the update. I have stopped updates for a week but I don't know how to do anything beyond that.
Aug 28 2022 01:09 PM - edited Aug 28 2022 01:13 PM
Yes, they created a new problem with Control Panel and Windows tools with a faulty fix in File Explorer Tabs.
They fixed one bug and introduced a new one. The faulty fix is addressing a bug that was reported in previous build where File Explorer with Tabs would seem to open a window twice when using "Open File Location"
With this update the old bug appears to be fixed, but a few more bugs showed up with Control Panel and Windows Tools. 🤬🤬🤬
If I disable File Explorer Tabs, all these problems disappear.
Clearly MS never discusses how to enable or disable experimental features, but it is easy to do using some third-party tools.
As a temporary alternative, until MS gets a proper fix, you can uninstall the Beta enablement package and revert to 22621.586 which has the experimental features disabled by default.
All these problems disappear just by magic. 🤬
Aug 28 2022 02:14 PM
Aug 28 2022 02:41 PM
Aug 28 2022 02:48 PM
Aug 28 2022 03:42 PM - edited Aug 28 2022 04:18 PM
I know what update caused the problem, but you don't need to uninstall it.
If you just remove to enablement package KB5015669 it will go from 22622.586 to 22621.586 and that has the features that are causing the problem disabled by default.
Without the File Explorer Tabs all those new bugs will go away.
It doesn't matter if the enablement package was installed a month earlier.
The Tabs Feature was updated in this build and caused the new problems. Disabling it will get rid of the bugs.
W.U. will offer the enablement again, but you don't have to reinstall it if you don't want to. You can just suspend updates before it reinstalls it.
It would be easier if you knew how to simply disable TIFE. Tabs in File Explorer.
If you switch from Beta to Release Preview before you uninstall the enablement, it will not be offered again after it is removed. It will stay at 22621.586.
Aug 28 2022 04:34 PM
Aug 29 2022 10:11 AM - edited Aug 29 2022 10:12 AM
Same here. And everything becomes normal.