Microsoft has offered a temporary fix to Windows users for Wi-Fi related issues after a Windows 11 update that compromised wireless connections on public, education, and enterprise networks.The move is a response to reports from Windows users that they were having problems connecting their computers to Wi-Fi networks after the rollout of December’s Patch Tuesday updates to Microsoft products.Microsoft blamed two OS updates from December’s Patch Tuesday — KB5032288 and KB5033375 — for the connectivity glitches in a post on its website, and acknowledged its prevalence in affecting users of particular Wi-Fi networks over others.To read this article in full, please click here

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