The problem that you may be experiencing with your Windows operating system, and that has to do with one of the most daily and regular actions.
Although Windows updates are born to offer new features, even to solve previous failures, the truth is that sometimes they can turn against us as has happened in the last one, giving certain applications problems to copy and save.
It is essential that some functions of our operating system such as file copying and saving work perfectly, but unfortunately Microsoft is warning of a file copying and saving problem, which is affecting applications in Windows 11 and Windows 10.
Specifically, they comment that the Applications 32-bit devices that use the CopyFile API are affected. This API helps copy a new file to an existing one and keeps track of the progress.
If this copy and save functionality is broken, it is clear that it becomes a problem for the affected applications.
On the other hand, they clarify that 32-bit versions of Office applications such as Word and Excel are affected, and that users may receive an unsaved document error.
The Redmonds explain this problem in their support pages which you can access for more information depending on the system you have.
They warn that in certain cases the problem is intermittent, and that insisting on copying and saving files will end up working.
However, this is not infallible, because although this strategy may work for windows 11 version 22H2, other versions of Windows 11 and Windows 10 require a “rollback of known issues”.
So they comment that the devices affected by this problem must solve it by installing and configuring a special group policy, specifically, it can be found within the “configuration” of the equipment and then in “administrative templates”.