Microsoft crash series: Recently faulty Windows 10 updates have caused PC games to have problems multiple times.
After complaints from PC gamers, Microsoft is rolling back a portion of its recently released Windows 10 update – via remote switching.
The gaming community hasn’t enjoyed Windows 10 updates much in recent weeks: Microsoft recently released KB5001330, an important security update for Windows 10 2004, Windows 10 20H2 and Windows 10 21H1 that has caused graphics issues. In this context, players have also reported performance issues since the previous update KB5000842, which had Windows 10 generate numbers 19041.906, 19042.906, and 19043.906 respectively. Since KB5000842 collects more than 50 bug fixes for Windows 10 as a cumulative update, it is clear that the cause cannot be quickly identified. But Microsoft is now holding back and reversing a portion of the update.
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Microsoft is talking on Support page for KB5000842 By “a small subset of users” who reported decreased game performance as a result of the update. The problem mainly occurs when playing in full screen mode or in windowless mode when using multiple monitors. The Windows manufacturer has now decided to use an internal “undo problem” (KIRMicrosoft uses this technology for the majority of Windows updates, which do not block any security holes. Any troubleshooting using KIR on the server side, which occurs if this update is installed, and receives a signal via Windows 24-hour update reflects the fix can be undone. The problematic error without uninstalling the update.Those who have not yet installed the update receive a version adapted accordingly, however, the published information does not make it clear that they are withdrawing.