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If some of the applications on your Windows 11 systems are having problems with features like speech recognition and handwriting when using Japanese or Chinese languages, it's likely linked to recent updates to the operating system. According to Microsoft, after installing KB5022913 or later updates, some apps are having " …

  1. Inventor of the Marmite Laser Silver badge

    Just turn off speech recognition. Your work colleagues will thank you.

  2. LessWileyCoyote

    Shouldn't it be ctfmon.exe both times? Not ctfrmon.exe as written the first time - you're killing ctfrmon.exe and letting it restart.

  3. Sentar

    WINDOWS 11 NOT ready for Mainstram.....

    Windows 11 has more problems than good feartures....

    Like WIN7 PRO we 50 users will be staying on WIN10 PRO for another 5 years we have NOT long been on WIN10 PRO and here we will remain.

    We have 1 full version of WIN11 PRO fully operational on the network and we find it hard to get users to use it, and the fact we have to purchase applications especially to work on WIN11 PRO makes it a hard sell to get for 50 users COST prohibitave, as we are NOT a large company.

    Regards Carl

  4. CowHorseFrog

    oh yes speach recognition and driverless cars, which one will actually work properly in the future ?

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