Windows 10 Latest Update Disables Linux Support in Windows Systems
Windows 10 Latest Update Disables Linux Support in Windows Systems

Microsoft is making a significant dent on its reputation with its famous product, Windows 10 offering more problems than required services to users. Since the inception of 2020, Windows 10 community has been continuously complaining about serious issues with regular Windows updates, which are supposed to come with patches but causing more problems. A new report tells the users facing not just BSOD, but also high disk/CPU usage, connectivity issues and even complete bricking!

Windows 10 Users Complains More Issues With Updates, Than Solutions
Windows 10 Users Complains More Issues With Updates, Than Solutions

Consumption and Performance Issues!

Windows updates as KB4532693, KB4551762, and others have been causing problems to users, with many complaining about missing files, restarting issues, etc And the lastest update now – KB4541335 is one the same track. Several users in Windows Latest comments, Microsoft forums and Feedback Hub were detailing their pains of updating to KB4541335.

This includes one claiming his PC turning brick for an entire night, and had to unplug and roll back for recovering. He complains of occurring very often. Besides, there were many users reporting the PC showing Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) after updating, and even consuming uncommon levels of HDD, CPU, and others.

A user said, “Just after rebooting the desktop and check the Task Manager and found that the CPU above 50%, Memory 95% & HDD 100% utilizing.” Further, there are also connectivity issues recorded by some. Few said they’re having Ethernet problems, and some apps are having issues with connecting to the internet.

Yet, Microsoft claimed that it did not see any problems with this update! But the community has been flushing their complaint regularly and is even raising since February patches. Well, there’s always a way to fix this. Gladly, Microsoft didn’t make this a mandatory update, so one can choose not to update, or roll back the mistake did. If you’ve updated, try these steps to uninstall:

Start Menu > Update & Security > View Update History > Uninstall Updates > Find KB4541335 and double click or right-click on it to see the uninstall option.

Source: Windows Latest

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