The Windows 11 operating system came with a number of issues, and Microsoft continues to officially confirm the existence of new issues from time to time. Recently, an issue affecting color profile management and color rendering has been confirmed by the software giant. A patch is being prepared for these problems, but it will not reach us for at least a month.
The aforementioned bug prevents some image editing software from rendering colors correctly on certain HDR displays. The problem often presents itself with tints of white that may appear in bright yellow or other colours.
Microsoft wrote that the error occurs when Win32 APIs return unexpected information or errors under certain conditions. This is an issue with Windows 11 itself, and updating third-party apps does not provide a solution in most cases. The software giant also says that the color profile options in Settings and Control Panel should work as expected on stable builds of the operating system.
Issues with HDR and image editing software are expected to be resolved with a Windows 11 release expected at the end of January. If you are a member of the Insider Program, you have a chance to access the patch earlier. According to reports in the Feedback Hub, the color rendering bug on the monitor for people using preview builds seems to have been completely fixed.