Windows 11 Cumulative Update KB5008353

We compiled a list of 10 big changes in this cumulative update. Read more about it.


Audio Issues

This update resolves a problem that caused the audio service to cease responding on some devices that supported hardware-accelerated Bluetooth audio in the past.


Icon Issues

This update resolves an issue that affected the icons for applications while the applications were not operating. These icons may appear to be alive on the taskbar, as though the applications are currently operating.



For Home and Professional editions of Windows, this feature adds a new  Your Microsoft Account page to the Accounts category in Windows  Settings.


Taskbar Issues

This fix resolves an issue where the volume icon on the taskbar was incorrectly shown as muted.


Monitor Issue

This update resolves a problem that causes a device to cease operating when it is connected to several monitors simultaneously.


Taskbar Issue #2

This update resolves an issue that was affecting the taskbar’s auto-hide feature. When you hover your cursor over the primary or secondary display, the taskbar may or may not show properly.


Taskbar Issue #3

This update resolves a problem that might cause icons on the taskbar of a secondary monitor to fail to show.


Auto-brightness issue

The auto-brightness feature has been improved to give better responsiveness in low light circumstances on all of the systems that are supported.


Region Time Issue

In Jordan, daylight saving time will now begin in February 2022 rather than March 2022, according to the latest revision.


HelpWith feature

The HelpWith feature, which makes use of Microsoft Bing technology to recommend Help topics that are appropriate for each Settings page, is now part of the package.