When I installed the Windows 11 2022 Update, I found that my Outlook client was not working or opening, and I received multiple errors. If you gave a similar issue, try the following suggestions to fix the issue.
Multiple Outlook Errors after Windows 11 update
The following errors occurred for me one by one while trying to use Outlook on Windows 11 after updating it to the latest version.
Outlook cannot log on. Verify you are connected to the network and are using the proper server and mailbox name. The Microsoft Exchange information service in your profile is missing required information. Modify your profile to ensure that you are using the correct Microsoft Exchange information service.
System resources are critically low. Close some windows.
Cannot start Microsoft Outlook. Cannot open the Outlook window. The set of folders cannot be opened. The information store could not be opened.
Outlook not working after Windows 11 Update
If Outlook is not working or opening after Windows Update in Windows 11/10, then one of these suggestions is sure to help you:
- Restart your PC
- Start Outlook in Safe mode and Delete the profile
- Repair Office
Let’s get into the details of each method and fix the issue.
1] Restart your PC
If you are facing multiple Outlook errors one by one after updating to Windows 11 latest version or Windows 11 2022 version, the first and obvious fix you need to try is restarting your PC. This will close all unwanted programs and clear resources.
You might be able to fix it easily with a restart as it is one of the generic solutions that fix most of the issues on Windows PC. If the issues have not been fixed even after restarting your PC, try the below solutions.
2] Start Outlook in Safe mode and Delete the profile
The other way to fix the multiple errors on Outlook after updating to Windows 11 latest versions is to start Outlook in Safe mode and delete your profile. You have to do this to be able to fix the errors and start using Outlook again without any errors.
To start Outlook in Safe mode, press Win+R on your keyboard and type,
outlook /safe and press Enter. It will open Outlook in Safe mode.
To remove a profile from Outlook on Windows 11,
- Click on File in the menu and select Account Settings.
- Then, go to Manage Profiles and select Show Profiles.
- Then, select your Profile there and select Remove. You have to remove all the profiles on Outlook on your PC to be able to fix the issues. After removing the Profiles, restart your PC and then add profiles again. Then, see if it has fixed the Outlook issues.
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3] Repair Office
If the errors are still not fixed on Outlook after updating to the latest Windows 11 versions, you need to repair Office, restart your PC, and add a profile.
To repair Office on Windows 11,
- Open Settings using the Win+I keyboard shortcut or from the Start menu
- Click on Apps in the left sidebar. Then, select Installed Apps.
- Scroll to find your Microsoft Office installation.
- Click on the entry and click on Modify.
- On the popup dialog, choose Quick Repair or Online Repair.
- Click on the Repair button.
It will take some time to repair. You will know when the repair is successfully done. Then, restart your PC and add the profiles back.
Online Repair is what helped me.
Once done, when you launch Outlook, you will be asked to enter your credentials.
How do I fix Outlook in Windows 11?
There are different ways to fix Outlook in Windows 11 when you are facing any issues or encountering errors while using it. You can start Outlook in Safe mode Disable Add-ins, Repair Outlook data files, Delete Profiles, Add or Create a new Profile, and Repair Office. You can implement any of them according to the issue you are facing.
Read: Fix Outlook crashes when creating a new profile
How do I repair Outlook after Windows Update?
You need to first try restarting your PC and see if it has fixed the issue. If not, then run Outlook in Safe mode and remove or delete the existing profiles on Outlook. Then, restart your PC and add the Profiles. If the issues are not yet fixed, you need to Repair Office and restart your PC.