Windows news recap: Windows Server update pulled due to critical bug, Twitter receives new features, and more

Welcome back to our Windows news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Microsoft reportedly pulls Windows Server update after it caused critical issues

The January 2022 Patch Tuesday updates for Windows Server have been pulled due to them causing a critical bug. Reported issues range from domain controllers failing, servers to reboot every few minutes, Hyper-V not to start, and ReFS file systems to become inaccessible.

Microsoft reportedly pulls windows server update after it caused critical issues - onmsft. Com - january 14, 2022

Twitter Windows and web app add new Communities, Super Follows, and Spaces functionality

The Twitter web app has received a new update, thus bringing new features to the Twitter app on Windows. The update includes additional tools for Communities and Spaces, an improved DM experience, support for the newly launched Super Follows paid content, and the addition of a location option when composing a tweet.

Onmsft twitter profile

Microsoft announces New Calls experience for Your Phone app, available to all Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel

Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel have received a new calling experience. The update brings an updated design of the calling experience for Windows 11 PCs using the Your Phone app.

New in-progress call window with updated visuals in the your phone app.

That's it for this week. We'll be back next week with more Windows news.

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