Recently there is interesting news, especially if you don’t like bugs and the like, because based on information from the Windows 11 Health Dashboard page, a new problem has been added, and it includes problems with the IME or Input Method Editor in Windows 11.
This Windows IME or Input Method Editor problem will occur if the user tries to change the IME from Chinese, Japanese, Korean and other East Asian languages, and causes the application to become unresponsive.
“Changing IME input modes might cause applications to become unresponsive” Obviously Microsoft.
Now this problem itself does not occur in Windows 10 or Windows 11 21H2 users, and reportedly only occurs in Windows 11 22H2 users, but reported from the same Microsoft page, this problem has been fixed via optional / preview updates KB5020044 which Microsoft has previously released.
So, for you Windows 11 22H2 users, make sure you update your Windows 11 with updates KB5020044 which will change the Build OS to 22621900.
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