This new known issue, according to Microsoft, might affect users who are using the IME for Chinese, Japanese, or Korean languages. However, this issue does not affect using a Microsoft Account during Out-Of-Box Experience (OOBE).
Workaround to mitigate the issue
To mitigate this issue, set the keyboard language to English during user creation or use a Microsoft Account to complete OOBE. You can set the keyboard language trung tam tieng han to your preferred language after user creation.
Once OOBE completes successfully, and you get to the Windows desktop, you can either rename the just-created user or create a new local user.
Additionally, it is known that some Input Method Editor (IME) may become unresponsive or may have high CPU usage. Affected IMEs include Chinese Simplified (ChsIME.EXE) and Chinese Traditional (ChtIME.EXE) with Changjie/Quick keyboard.
This high CPU usage issue can be mitigated by configuring the Tablet In put Service service to use the default configuration by following these steps:
That should do it for now as Microsoft is currently working on a resolution for this IME issue and a solution is estimated to be available in late November.