Cumulative updates caused problems in games
The most recent cumulative updates released KB50000842 and KB5001330 caused some games to only be played at a reduced frame rate. Additionally, it is said that blue screens (BSOD) have appeared in some cases. Nvidia has already responded to the problem and advised Windows 10 users to uninstall the patches again. Now, Microsoft has also released a statement.
Problems occur in full screen mode
How MSPoweruser He writes, the Redmond-based company understands that “a small number of users” have complained about performance issues in games after the KB50000482 cumulative update. Most of the affected users are running their games full screen and using two or more screens.
Microsoft is resolving the issue via the Known Issue Rollback (KIR) function in Windows 10. This indicates the KB50000482 Cumulative Update to the Redmond servers as “malicious” so that the update is not distributed any further. It also tells customers to automatically uninstall the patch and roll back. However, it still takes a few days for the undo command to reach most computers.
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