The February feature update for Windows 11 appears to be causing some issues for users by causing the Start menu to disappear as soon as a mouse hovers over it. This is apparently caused by a conflict with widgets trying to appear at the same time.
The issues with the update were reported on by TechRadar on Monday.
"It's certainly a frustrating bug, and it raises the question of why wasn't this fixed before the February update landed? The Taskbar and the Start menu have both seen polarizing changes since Windows 11 was announced in June 2021," the article says. "But Microsoft is aware of the bug, according to Windows Latest, so we may not have to wait long for the next fix to arrive. But, in a time when a big change to a feature that's been in Windows for almost thirty years is rendered useless because of a bug, it isn't going to be a good advert for Windows 11."
While not everyone who downloaded the update seems to be having this problem, reports continue to come in, indicating that a large number of users are experiencing issues.
Has anyone encountered this themselves yet?