As part of Patchday, Microsoft released an update for Windows 11 that solves problems with USB printers and Bluetooth headphones.
Windows update solves problems with printers and headphones
Microsoft has released a patch for Windows 11 with KB5017328. Among other things, it is intended to solve problems with USB printers and Bluetooth headphones.
KB5017328 is a cumulative update for Windows 11 that resolves a number of issues and also closes various security vulnerabilities. After installing KB5017328, Windows 11 has build number 22000.978.
According to Microsoft’s support document, KB5017328 includes numerous improvements and fixes. One of the most important improvements is that the patch solves a problem that caused USB printers to become unusable after a reboot. Another annoying issue involved Bluetooth headphones stopping the audio output as soon as the user adjusted the progress bar.
You can read more about problems with USB printers on Windows 11 computers in the message Microsoft warns: Windows update KB5014666 crashes printing function.
These messages will inform you about all innovations of the current patch day: Patch Day – Microsoft closes two 0-day gaps in Windows.
Microsoft provided KB5017328 as part of the September 2022 patchday. The update is therefore automatically delivered to all suitable Windows 11 computers. If you want, you can also download KB5017328 manually from the Microsoft update catalog for your Windows 11 system.