If you find that the taskbar in Windows 10 22H2 is sometimes unresponsive, not responding and sometimes disappears, don’t worry guys, because Microsoft recently noted this as a bug in Windows 10 22H2 and has confirmed it through the Windows Health Dashboard page which you can access on page following.
“Your desktop or taskbar might momentarily disappear or might become unresponsiveYou might experience an error in which the desktop or taskbar disappearing then reappearing.” Microsoft said.
With the presence of this problem, now it’s not just a problem direct access and kerberos authentication only that exists in Windows 10. But regarding this recently reported bug, Microsoft has listed it as resolved and may have been fixed via serverside through known issues rollback that they present, so that with that users who encounter this problem only need to update their system.
Regarding this bug, please note that there is another bug that Microsoft recently added as known issues Where is Windows 11 Insider Beta Build 22623.891 startup apps in the Task Manager apparently not listed and present there. For more, you can read the following article: Bug, Task Manager Not Showing Startup Apps in Windows 11 Insider Beta Build 22623.891
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