Hey there! So, there was a bug in an update for Windows 11 called KB5007651, which is the update for Windows Defender Security. This bug messed up the “Windows Security” app. Then, there was another update that made things worse by disabling a feature that should protect your device. This caused people to get false alarms saying their device wasn’t safe.
People started to panic because they thought their devices were at risk. The bug made it seem that way with all these alerts and a big yellow warning triangle. Microsoft said to ignore the error and restart their devices to fix the bug, but it didn’t actually work.
Then Microsoft released another update to try and fix the problem, but it caused even more issues, like problems with drivers and gaming. Finally, Microsoft released another update in July 2023 that fixed everything. So now, Windows 11 is all good again!
It’s important to know that Microsoft plans to stop supporting one version of Windows 11 called 21H2 on October 10, 2023. So if you have that version, you’ll need to upgrade to the newest version called 22H2 to keep getting security updates.
Oh, and by the way, there’s another update called 23H2 coming out in the fall, so Microsoft wants everyone to upgrade to version 22H2 before that. If they don’t, Windows Update might make them download and install the newest version. So stay up to date with your Windows updates!