Microsoft has launched its upgraded version of operating system Windows 11 with handful new features but unfortunately, the OS has been reported with some bugs that were also there in its previous versions; Windows 10 and earlier.
It is widely reported that users with AMD chipsets are facing performance drops due to some bugs. The PrintNightmare bug is the latest bug that has been discovered in Windows 11 and is known for creating great troubles for users in earlier versions of Windows. Users who are trying to install a new printer with Windows 11 are facing troubles in setting up their new printers using a HTTP connection or even while trying to connect to a printer using Internet printing protocol. Likewise, print server clients may also not be able to get custom printing properties which can interrupt work that are related to printing.
The bug remains a serious issue for all corporate users where printing is an indispensable part of their daily workflow. Microsoft has identified three new issues for which the company has started troubleshooting this issue and are soon going to find out a suitable solution for this.
As per the reports, Windows versions including Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB, and Windows 11 21H2 are found to be affected by this recent bug.