If you're a Windows Insider and you're using Start11, then we have a warning for you. The latest Windows Insider Dev Channel build has broken parts of Start11, but a fix could be coming soon.
The dev Windows Insider build released yesterday broke parts of Start11.
We have an internal build that addresses Microsoft's change to how Windows functions...validating fixes today and will push a beta release tomorrow - will update this thread once the bits are available.
— Brad Sams (@bdsams) January 13, 2022
According to Brad Sams, who is the VP & General Manager of Stardock, an internal build is already addressing these issues and could hit beta tomorrow. As a workaround, you can left- align the Start button and use the app to replace the icon.
Start11 recently came out with a version 1.1 update, which includes folders and Windows 10 layout imports. The folks at Stardock usually push out updates very quickly, so it won't be too long before a fix hits your PC.