You should run a scan to ensure your Windows installation isn’t corrupted. Pin your Windows Poweshell or Windows Terminal to your taskbar, and right click until you can select Run as Administrator from the menu, which should open an administrator shell window.
First use the SFC tool. Type or copy & paste: sfc /scannow
Windows will use the sfc tool to scan your Windows installation, after completion the sfc will tell you whether it found corrupt files and repaired them (which it does automatically).
You can then proceed to use the DISM tool for a deeper scan. Type or copy & paste: DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
DISM will tell you whether it has found corruption . If it hasn’t you can close the shell, but if it does find corruption you need to tell the DISM tool to replace the corrupted files. Type or copy & paste: DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Restart your PC if any corruption was found and repaired by either the SFC or DISM tools.