The problems that have appeared since the last launch of Windows 11 have become a topic of interest to many. Adding to the growing list of issues is a new compatibility issue affecting applications that use some non-ASCII characters in registry keys.
Microsoft has revealed that some programs may not open as a result, causing other problems or errors in the operating system. Due to bugs being detected, Microsoft has created compatibility, so users who damage hardware devices will not be offered Windows 11 or will be able to install it.
"Application compatibility issues that use some non-ASCII characters in registry keys or subkeys and Windows 11. Corrupted programs may not be able to open and other problems or errors in Windows, including the ability to receive a blue screen error, Description of Microsoft.
The problem doesn't end there, however: Registry keys containing non-ASCII characters may not be repaired at all.