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a minute ago

Microsoft Rewards subreddit, Bing questions, answer: Google says. Sorry I think it's funny haha, but you're right though.

a minute ago

I do but I can’t not even sign into my Microsoft account from here

a minute ago

That doesn't need a faq answer. They have said you can install windows on literally every interview since the thing was announced. The very first ign video announcing the steam deck it was said. it isn't just the os that decides these things. Valve has no control over things like gamepass or egs. If microsoft only wants gamepass running on their own operating system, that's up to them.

a minute ago

Re-read the documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-commands/robocopy The parameter /purge does exactly what you describe - it deletes files in the target that do not exist in the source.

3 minutes ago

It’s this one I believe https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/autobuy-flash-sales-deals/gbnahglfafmhaehbdmjedfhdmimjcbed But not sure how you would set it up for the Microsoft store from briefly looking at it.

3 minutes ago

Assuming it used to work well earlier, it seems to be an issue with the sensor or the driver. Try reinstalling the applicable driver. I'd recommend you to contact Microsoft support... they've helped me out with several issues.

3 minutes ago

Way back, Microsoft had talked about using a file system that was basically a relational database (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WinFS). Then search would have been a much more common way of navigating, and we would probably have had the same article 15 years ago.

3 minutes ago

>The App Store could just connect to repos stored on other servers the same way that you type a URL into a web browser. Instead, we've got this current mess with launchers upon launchers and locked down ecosystems :/ This is how Linux works, and I miss it in every other OS (I use Windows & MacOS daily, Linux sometimes). I can add repos to the software centre(Equivalent of app store on Ubuntu), it even lives in the same GUI. Seems like Microsoft is opening the Windows store for a similar situation in Windows 11. Personally I hope it means the death of the Adobe Creative Cloud app. Imagine if you could get CC, Setapp etc right from the app store interface, unified installation and updating for all apps on the system.. It's so weird to me that Apple is the outlier here - it truly is great UX imo(I get why - walled garden etc).

4 minutes ago

Is there something in the Microsoft documentation they link to that provides instructions on setting it up that you are having trouble with?

4 minutes ago

They did the same question and I answered yeah sure, easy peasy microsoft COM... ...They were talking about COM port programming.

4 minutes ago

I just told you, they still get updates outside of hardware specific security patches a la Spectre. Windows 10 doesn't support Core 2 Duo officially but people still get feature updates. Microsoft isn't stupid enough to force people to NOT use Windows.

Many people think crypto can just fail "tomorrow or next wednesday", and they happily would repeat "I told you so" to us. It prove they have no idea about economy. Everything is connected, fall of crypto would be terrible for everyone, comparable to 2008 crisis, maybe even bigger. Size of crypto is also reason why situation like this is very, very unlikely. Crypto is huge, worth as much as world biggest companies. For comparation crypto market cap is worth around 2 trillion $, four biggest companies: Apple 2,41 trillion; Microsoft 2,24 trillion; Google 1,88 trillion; Saudi Aramco 1,86 trillion. Bitcoin market cap alone is worth is 801 billions, so more than Tesla (753 billions). Ethereum market cap 324 billions, so almost as much Bank of America (337 billions). Global crisis in 2008 ( one of biggest crisises since 1929) caused loss of around 2 trillion $ for global economy. Whole crypto market cap today is over 2 trillion, so it would have simillar effect, maybe even bigger, cause after covid already savings of many people are drained, unemploymend is high and many companies just step or two from bankruptcy. Let's not forgot also all those banks and exchanges that are into crypto at least partialy and even one whole country. Remember all of this when someone will tell you some bullshit that all crypto can just fall.

5 minutes ago

> Not necessarily, in this case you have to think of “for Linux” as being short for “for running Linux” or similar. Then it’s fine. The audio subsystem for modern platforms is an audio subsystem that runs... on modern platforms. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/design/device-experiences/audio-subsystem-power-management-for-modern-standby-platforms I'm not sure why people seem to want to defend that Microsoft has a horrible naming system to avoid naming other OS' first when it isn't how it names other "subsystems". This is a Linux subsystem, in the same way that it is an Audio subsystem.

6 minutes ago

Look at Chris Roberts’ history. He has never delivered a game without being under the thumb of a publisher. He had to get kicked off of Freelancer in order for Microsoft to be able to turn it into a deliverable product. He made his name based on Wing Commander video scenes (with Mark Hamill!). He fancies himself to be a director. Watch the Wing Commander film - free on YouTube (?) - to see how well that turned out. A significant portion of the budget went into mocapping well known stars (and CR’s wife) and building the “Mess Hall Scene”, which is supposed to be a interactive cinematic quality cut scene. The Mess Hall Scene probably has cost more to develop than the base version of Elite:Dangerous at this point.

6 minutes ago

Guarda è semplice, è stata infranta una legge? Si--> evasione-->condanna No--> elusione--> no condanna Quando si parla di elusione è OVVIO che ci sia nel mezzo l utilizzo di scappatoie, se no non si parlerebbe di elusione ma di pagamento delle tasse... Quando si parla di evasione si parla di che evade e non di chi elude, quindi tirare in ballo amazon, microsoft o chi ti pare quando si fanno i conti su chi evade in italia non ha senso

7 minutes ago

The fruit yes. But for a real tech stock you would want microsoft or IBM ofc

7 minutes ago

Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22463 to the Dev Channel. TL;DR Please see the new section at the end of this blog post outlining the type of builds and experiences you will see in the Dev Channel. It will be a little while before major new features show up. However, this build includes a good set of improvements and bug fixes. Speaking of fixes… The issue impacting the Taskbar where icons appeared misaligned and/or cut off is FIXED in this build! Insider PCs that are Mobile Device Managed (MDM) will not receive this build. There is an issue in this build that prevents PCs from successfully updating to this build. We hope to have this fixed in the next flight. Microsoft PowerToys is now available in the Microsoft Store in Windows 11! Changes and Improvements When you have a file or folder selected in File Explorer, you can now use CTRL + Shift + C to copy the path to your clipboard. Rounded the corners of the pop-ups shown when clicking “identify displays” in Display Settings. Made some small adjustments to the contrast theme colors based on feedback, including making hyperlinks a little more distinct on hover when using the desert theme. Added an icon next to the volume slider in Quick Settings to help make the option for managing audio endpoints more discoverable. Updated the Windows Ease of Access folder in Start’s All apps list to now simply be called Accessibility. Added an option to Focus Assist settings so you can choose whether or not you would like Focus Assist to be automatically enabled for the first hour after a Windows feature update. Fixes [Start] System now shows up again as an option when right-clicking on the Start button (WIN + X). Fixed an issue that was causing Narrator to not be able to focus on the headers in Start sometimes with touch. Mitigated an issue where when a large number of apps were installed, the Start menu might get stuck with no app icons showing (only app name) after a DPI change. This change is also believed to help improve Start launch reliability on secondary monitors in mixed DPI scenarios. If the accessibility option “Always show scrollbars” is enabled, switching to the All apps list will no longer cause the scrollbar to escape the window boundaries during the transition animation. Pressing the down arrow after opening Start will now navigate into the pinned apps section instead of jumping to your username. [Taskbar] Icons on the Taskbar are properly aligned and centered again apps should no longer get cut off by the “show hidden icons” button when too many apps are open. The Taskbar previews text will now follow the Accessibility setting to increase text size. Adjusted the notification count badge for notification center to fix an issue where some of the numbers weren’t centered in the circle. Fixed an issue where the Chat flyout wouldn’t light dismiss the first time it was opened. Improved explorer.exe reliability when the Taskbar spanned multiple monitors. [Search] Opening Search on secondary monitors works now. [File Explorer] Mitigated an issue that could cause File Explorer to hang when doing a search. Pressing F1 in File Explorer will now open a search for Windows 11 help and not Windows 10. Made a change to address an issue where items under View, Sort by, and Group by submenus in the context menu weren’t displaying a mark to show they were selected. [Input] Fixed an issue resulting in the mouse pointer position in WDAG being incorrect when the monitor was in portrait mode. Text predictions (both for the touch keyboard, and hardware keyboard) should be working again now in this flight for English and certain other languages where it was broken. Addressed an issue when using the previous version of the Korean IME where when typing quickly in certain apps the Shift Key Up event wouldn’t be received by the app. Fixed an issue that was making the touch keyboard key borders look blurry in certain cases. Mitigated an issue where the touch keyboard would crash in certain cases when switching dock mode while the voice typing UI was visible. [Settings] Removed duplicate Nearby Sharing entry in Focus Assist priority list. Fixed an issue that was causing a repeated prompt to reset to default settings when “Automatically optimize new drives” was unselected in Optimize Drives. If you press WIN + P the current projection mode will now have initial keyboard focus instead of always the first in the list. [Windowing] Trying to switch Desktops (for example, using the keyboard shortcuts) when there is only one should no longer steal foreground focus. Addressed an issue where the snap layouts flyout would start flashing when invoked in certain places on the screen. Move To option when right clicking a window thumbnail in Task View is now aligned with the other context menu entries. [Windows Sandbox] Windows Sandbox should now launch in this build. In previous Dev Channel builds, Windows Sandbox would not launch in some circumstances. [Windows Subsystem for Linx (WSL) & Hyper-V] We have fixed the issue causing both WSL2 and Hyper-V to not work on ARM64 PCs such as the Surface Pro X in previous Dev Channel builds. [Other] Fixed an issue that caused some PCs to bug check with DRIVER_PNP_WATCHDOG error when attempting to update to a recent build. Fixed an issue that caused some Surface Pro X’s to bug check with a WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR. Fixed an issue where the Autorun registry entry for Command Prompt would not work if /k was used. Did some work to address an issue where not being able to parse a certain firewall rule would result in all rules following that one not being migrated on upgrade. Addressed an issue where the Quick Assist window could be small and not possible to resize. Fixed an issue for some users where if the sign in button in Quick Assist was clicked, it would open a blank browser window and they wouldn’t be able to proceed to sign in. Mitigated an issue with certain menus / context menus that was causing a visual glitch with the shadow on first launch. Mitigated a race condition that was causing certain PCs to sometimes bugcheck with INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR when resuming from hibernation. Fixed an issue that was making some PCs unable to progress past the boot screen when upgrading to 224xx builds with certain SSDs attached. NOTE: Some fixes noted here in Insider Preview builds from the active development branch may make their way into the servicing updates for the released version of Windows 11 after general availability on October 5th.

7 minutes ago

No. I would just report it to AHS. https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/

8 minutes ago

There is an AHS form for this. https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/

8 minutes ago

The rumor that Access is being killed off keeps going around but it's probably just wishful thinking. I've been using Access since '97 (the year AND the version) and I've seen the good and the bad. I've tried to get away from it but I still get requests from people who need something simple and fast. What has kept Access going all this time is that there's simply no other product or solution that provides the kind of rapid development and functionality that Access does to the *non-technical Office user*. Ask a lot of programmers for one and you'll get something like you saw in one of the other replies ... >Entity framework + asp.net backend. react/angular/vue with bootstrap frontend. ... or some other combination of personal favorite technologies that only draw blank stares from the project and data owners. The fact is that you can put together a basic Access application with user-friendly data entry forms and great looking reports in a weekend. A few more hours and you can import that mass of data the customer has been storing in Excel or any other program that can export to CSV or XML. Access can link to a number of formats directly so sometimes you don't even have to import. You can just link to the data, especially if it's only needed read-only. Most users don't really CARE if the interface looks like it's from the 90s. They're probably nostalgic for that time anyway. What they care about is that their data is available, can be analyzed as needed and that the interface enables them to manage it without a lot of extra keystrokes or complaints from the workers. They want to eliminate the duplicate entry and extra work that's been costing them money. Fancy graphics do absolutely nothing for them and sometimes even obscure what they need. ​ The problem is that this really powerful tool was marketed to people without the expertise or inclination to design the applications *well* and effectively manage them. That's why you end up with dumpster fires of Access applications that are a nightmare to work with but have years worth of vital information stored in them. Access files are also prone to corruption and weird behavior, especially if a lot of design changes are being made. They also make a nice package for anyone who wants to sneak a lot of valuable information out the door. The first thing I *always* tell people is don't use Access for sensitive data. Then there's the time when the Access "expert" who built and held the application together leaves the company and nobody else knows how to work with it ... but then you can get the same with any technology. VBA doesn't really deserve the hate that it gets. It's an easy language that enables quick development. It's biggest problem is its limited interaction with some of the latest technologies. Even automating e-mails is a choice between a one-line solution that uses the current user's Outlook profile and a mass of code that I don't trust MS not to break in one of their next updates. Access is also completely inappropriate for web development. MS has tried Access "webforms" and then killed them. That points to the other problem that makes me recommend against using Access if possible; MS simply isn't developing it. Even the changes to Access on the [What's New page](https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/office/what-s-new-in-office-2021-43848c29-665d-4b1b-bc12-acd2bfb3910a) are either superficial or meant to enable Access to continue working with SQL Server. As a front-end designer for SQL Server, Access *might* be awesome if, again, it wasn't in the hands of people who probably don't understand how to handle SQL Server data. I've seen bad things happen there. ​ I'll still use it when appropriate or when it's a clear and quick improvement over whatever the client is already using, especially if something is needed yesterday. I discourage it otherwise.

It looks like Intel's marketing department is very busy thinking how to promote the failed coming Alder Lake launching. Latest gimmicks to say it "beats the AMD's Threadripper. .. lol What is laughable is the supposedly technical media that knows technology promote such shameless claims. No serious DIY knowing performance and building their own systems will fall for this nor will datacenters pros whom are desperate to buy more AMD's chips and only take Intel's as AMD's are sold out per TSMC's capacity and they need expand the datacenters now, cannot wait. This is targeted to clueless consumers who buy laptops knowing nothing just like latest Microsoft Surface laptops astonishing use older FOUR CORES Intel's 11th failed generation not Alder Lake. Why? Consumers are stupid they'll fall for the fancy video launching. .. NOT! Apple thought the same launching a lackluster new iPhone and got killed by reviews and consumers saying they will skip the upgrade... The articles even has the nerve to cite the Alder Lake compare with WHICH Threadripper? Look: "If a newly leaked benchmark is any indication, the Intel Core i9-12900K is going to be a veritable powerhouse of a processor, beating out even a 32-core AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990X." Are you kidding Intel? This is 12nm Zen+ based on Globalfoundries fab 3 years ago! https://www.techradar.com/news/leaked-intel-alder-lake-benchmark-shows-it-beating-amds-threadripper-in-cinebench Shameless ...BUT GOOD SIGN OF DESPAIR! Intel knows it's going to fail as we've posted before. Want to compare the YET TO BE LAUNCHING Alder Lake with Threadripper? Compare with the coming to be launching in October Zen3 Threadripper if you dare! https://www.tomshardware.com/news/threadripper-pro-5995wx-thrashes-threadripper-pro-3995wx-photogrammetry-benchmarks We've seen significant spike in datacenters market share at record 16% jumping very fast vs previous quarter. Wait for the new laptops and desktops AMD's chips coming in October. Alder Lake is DOA ..!

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9 minutes ago

I managed to install both versions from the Microsoft Store on console, but when I try to open the One version, it says that I'm not allowed to play this game yet. Any ideas on how to fix that?

10 minutes ago

Agree. I think Apple could easily compete by putting macOS on an iPad Pro and be done with it. Evolving iOS into a macOS-equivalent has been slow and painful. What’s funny is Microsoft came up with the Surface and Surface Pro in 2013, [and Apple has slowly been turning the iPad into the same form factor Microsoft pioneered; not the other way around. ](https://twitter.com/yuusharo/status/1440709327795331076?s=21)

12 minutes ago

Uh. [What?](https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/design/minimum/supported/windows-11-supported-intel-processors)? And obviously the MB is [compatible ](https://www.msi.com/news/detail/MSImotherboardisreadyforWindows11122145)... because why wouldn't it be?

13 minutes ago

Some can’t be helped, dads been called by “Microsoft” twice, both times ended up with a couple hundred dollars of bullshit software on his laptop. Thieving little shits

13 minutes ago

Ben het eens met "al die big tech als Apple, Google en Microsoft zijn niet te vertrouwen", maar de rest is pertinente onzin

13 minutes ago

7th gen and 1st gen ryzen. Those who gotten the 1st gen thread rippers are also probably cursing Microsoft.

13 minutes ago

Ingen revisjon i verden kunne reddet dem så lenge kjører på løsninger fra Microsoft.

14 minutes ago

>Surely then it was, at least historically, possible for a long document such as this one to be used to reach out to the public and change minds? Maybe in the past. In 2000 Microsoft commissioned a study on how long someone could focus on a single task for, and the answer it found was 12 seconds. About 6 years ago another study found it had got to about 8 seconds... That's a pretty low average attention span. Ignoring whether the content is good or bad for a second, the issue isn't so much that this essay has been written... Something like this to members 12 - 18 months ago would have probably gone down better. But at some point something is needed for general consumption by the public too. Over 10k words probably isn't going to work for the average voter. The Tories and Brexiteers have been trading on three - five word slogans "Take Back Control", "Get Brexit Done", "Hands Face Space", "Brexit Means Brexit", "Eat Out to Help Out", "Build Back Better". They may be crass, but they cut through. Starmer and his team must have had a conversation that went something like "Okay, so Johnson is an elite ruling class, Latin spewing, Bullingdon Club Etonian that has convinced a lot of working class northerners to vote for him despite hiding in fridges, not answering any question, ignoring any scrutiny of failures and just spewing few word slogans. How do we overturn that?".... And someone in the room came up with the idea of a 14,000 word essay being released to the Fabian Society before telling the public what his policies would be and what Starmer's Labour stands for - even though not knowing is the charge being levelled by average voters and media alike. And it was agreed on, and it passed through everyone in the team without anyone being able to stop it. Did anyone even see how it would look in the team? Did they try and speak up? I know that there was public questioning and a bit of ridicule on the point after it was announced that this is what they'd be doing weeks ago.... But it still continued and then happened...

15 minutes ago

I'm assuming kids are using web apps like Google docs in school as opposed to desktop apps like Microsoft office. In this context it makes sense that they wouldn't have to spend alot of time thinking about where a doc is saved. You can either search for it like the article mentions, use the 'recent docs' tab, or use a url that links directly to it. Ultimately if modern apps have abstracted this concept away from most users, the education system is going to have to compensate for that when people require a more advanced level of computer literacy. The students in this article are learning programming for the first time, there's going to be some things they haven't done before with a computer.

15 minutes ago

>Transfer overs have formatting issues Use a text editor, not a word processor. Personally, I recommend Notepad++ (yes, the ++ is part of the name), but even the built-in notepad in Windows will work. Word processors (especially that one made by Microsoft) like to replace characters with different characters for aesthetics. This throws off anything that automatically parses the text (such as Reddit's markdown interpreter). Text editors don't do that. They accept the characters you type as-is.

16 minutes ago

Damn the truth hurts ): however I've watched the microsoft mechanics break down of it stating that higher performance can be achieved because if the cooling system. I want to see real world comparisons to see if this makes up for some of its lack of performance. Or maybe its another lie):

16 minutes ago

linux : 50.9k in octane v2 instead of 47.5k in windows : [https://www.reddit.com/r/SurfaceLinux/comments/pmtosz/microsoft\_surface\_laptop\_go\_almost\_509k\_in\_octane/](https://www.reddit.com/r/SurfaceLinux/comments/pmtosz/microsoft_surface_laptop_go_almost_509k_in_octane/)

16 minutes ago

Alright... So I have waited to reply as it seems many individuals were anger with this post... I have my reason's for posting this and I will explain in simple terms Black Rock "may have" 9 Trillion in AUM... But when the shit goes straight sideways or completely south (which it will)... Black Rock's AUM won't be worth anywhere near 9 Trillion... Why...? Look at just the Top 10 for their AUM 👇 https://stockzoa.com/fund/blackrock/ Now this is just what I could find in a few seconds... And I'm not the smartest APE here nor do I have many wrinkles if any at all really... More a bona-fide fucking retarded APE who eats too many Canyons 🖍 So as you can see their top holdings are with Apple... Microsoft... Amazon... Facebook and Google which make up 13.7% of their portfolio I mean if that right there doesn't ring a bell you must be fucking blind or deaf... Or both... But it's not for me to determine which of them you are Now if you continue to look there are various companies there are others but those listed above and on their 13F-HR Filing... But those 5 are the "Big Kids"... But what about other Banks/Institutions etc...? Now we know that Black Rock also owns a little bit of BoA, Merrill Lynch etc... etc... etc... Many more for any of you who want to dig... The "hole" starts to become massive 💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥 Now... First question for anyone who gives a shit to have read this this far is... "What happens when those Banks/Institutions/Corporations fall and turn into dog shit...?" 🤔🤷‍♂️😉 💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥 Easy... Now their portfolio is worth near as much as it was prior to say... A Crash... 😬 And that is just the beginning in my opinion and "The Tip Of The Iceberg" so to speak... Because it will become much more devastating to them as I will continue to explain So now Black Rock has all of these massive investments into companies... That I personally believe "WILL FALL" along with many others... That are "Big Tech & Social Madia" and so called Titans!!!!! But they are all fucking dirty as fuck!!!!! Absolutely no question about it... And the future will "Show" exactly what I am talking about!!!!! So when they fall and start to become worthless or even go bankrupt and cease to exist... "What will Black Rock do...?" 😳 "Sell-off...?" 🤯 So I have layer the tracks into a direction that is prob not going to sit well with people and I may even get more "ANGRY APE's" comments... But I could care less But I'm sure you can see how this is going to turn out from above... Now the next question "Who has investment holdings in Black Rock...?" Turn back to some of the massive Banks/Institutions/Corporations... That will "Sell-off" just as Black Rock will do... And so on... And so on... Until they are all complete dog shit and fucking worthless!!!!! This is going to happen and they will absolutely drive themselves into the ground and then cease to exist in my opinion!!!!! It will be a "recurring cycle" as they continue to destroy each other when this Crash/Sell-off begins... And ends This is what must happen as well as "all" of these Bank/Institutions/Corporations are the Cancer to society and all of humanity!!!!! If one stands alone... They will have a ridiculous amount of money and power... Then "the financial system issues" never get resolved or fixed... That is why this has to take place... They are the problem with the system and all must and will be taken down without question All APE's need to do is protect yourself against this "Historically Epic Crash"... BUY GME... BUY MOAR... BUY MOAR... BUY MOAR... BUY MOAR 🦍💎🌕🚀 Then sit back and watch these POS take each other out one by one... Get your 🍿 ready as the entire world has front row tickets to "The Greatest Show On Earth" ***None of the above is financial advice as I am literally retarded and have my own opinions and invest in what I feel is appropriate for myself and myself alone.***

17 minutes ago

And yet they still lack in japanese games. When is Microsoft going to buy some japanese dev? Sorry tango is not enough

18 minutes ago

So you are saying that Microsoft decided to put out a purposefully bad representation of its flagship property so it could give a reason for a delay?

20 minutes ago

Man fun times "I understand the computer cost 2800 and you just received it. Yes the there is no solution to fix the blue screens, Microsoft released a statement that there was a memory leak that can't be fixed. Well no I can't give you another version. Well you can send it here if you want but there is no chance it's going to fit up there. Hello hello? I should sue them, I'll never regain my liver function, but it would make life easier

I've recently been thinking about if Microsoft would ever include a higher-tier to Xbox Game Pass above their Ultimate subscription (or drop Ultimate's perks down to a new mid-tier) that would include DLC for the games in the service. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate currently has a monthly cost of £10.99/$14.99, but I'd happily pay £14.99/$19.99 for something like Xbox Game Pass Ultimate+ if it meant getting all DLC for the games included in the service. Is this something anybody else would be interested in?

22 minutes ago

As of writing this, looks like it's still not back on the Microsoft Store for new installs, but for anyone that had iTunes from the Microsoft Store previously installed, a new build is available that resolves the *"iTunes cannot run because some its required files are missing. Please reinstall iTunes."* error if using any other display language that isn't English US. I suspect they wanted to stop new users from downloading the broken version and encountering this issue until a fixed version could be made available. The fixed version is Version **12.12.1.1** (appears as **12121.1.54014.0** in the Downloads and updates section of the MS Store app). It also doesn't look like the EXE/MSI installer download is updated to this version yet (still appears to be version 12.11.4.15).

22 minutes ago