Windows 10 updates can be a headache. Some users say that the latest update lead to the appearance of the “blue screen of death” and sudden reboots, according to Windows Latest.
Windows 10 monthly updates create real problems for some people, reports Windows Latest. These include the infamous “blue screen of death”, installation issues, reduced performance. In addition, installing Windows Update is not a transparent process for everyone.
Many Windows users have accused the March update KB4540673 of being the source of many errors. They report sudden reboots, system crashes, and the appearance of the blue screen.
“This March update installed automatically on my devices causes errors, the blue screen of death on my gaming PC and my working laptop,” said one user.
Although only a small portion of users seem to be affected, the number of negative testimonials is increasing.
Microsoft again sent a faulty update to Windows 10 users
Microsoft had previously acknowledged serious problems with the update KB4535996 in Windows 10. And the technical support had promised to issue in mid-March a patch with appropriate modifications.
This is not the first similar case for Microsoft. Last December, the company had sent all Win 10 users the update KB4532441 which had caused a system fault. The American giant had recognized the error and removed it and apologized.
In February, Microsoft announced that it had decided to stop deploying the security update KB4524244 for Windows 10 after several users reported the problems it caused.
It is worth mentioning that recently, Microsoft has released a new Win10 emergency patch to fix the SMBV3 dangerous bug. Windows 10 1903 and 1909 began receiving an emergency update through Win Update in the past few hours. The patch code is KB4551762, and brings the build number to 18362.720 and 18363.730 respectively. Remember that, unlike the other versions of Windows 10, the 1909 is basically a big cumulative update of the 1903, with the same files and the same functions, then it is updated by the same patch.