Yet another Windows 10 update is problematic – but Microsoft isn’t doing anything about it


It looks like a new Windows 10 update is causing problems for some people, but at the moment Microsoft doesn’t seem to be doing anything about it.

The allegedly annoying update is Windows 10 KB4541335, which was released on March 24 as an optional update that is expected to fix certain bugs in Windows 10 1909 and Windows 10 1903, the last two major versions of the Microsoft operating system. .

Although it seems like for most people, this optional update installs correctly, Windows Latest reports that some users are having problems, including system crashes while playing games.

Another user reported that he was getting the dreaded blue screen of death error with a “whea_uncorrectable_error” message, and this happens when watching videos on YouTube.

Meanwhile, other users have reported to the Microsoft Feedback Center that their PCs malfunctioned after installing the patch, with high CPU usage when the device was charging, and parts of the interface Windows 10 apparently did not respond.

No reason to be alarmed … yet

While reports of this latest problem causing update are cause for concern, it appears that the number of people reporting problems is relatively small. This is because the problematic update is optional, which means that it is not downloaded and installed automatically.

Instead, users have to update manually, and that hopefully means that few people have installed it.

Meanwhile, Microsoft seems to be doing nothing to resolve the problem, with Windows Latest reporting that the company is not aware of any known issues with the update.

We have contacted Microsoft for comments. If these problems become more persistent, we hope that Microsoft will take the reports seriously and work on a fix.

For now, if you’re having issues since installing the update, you can uninstall it.

Open the Settings application (the gear icon in the Start menu or by pressing Windows + I on the keyboard), then click on “Update and security”.

In the window that appears, click on “Windows Update” in the left menu, then on “Show update history”. Click “Uninstall Updates”, then select KB4541335 to uninstall it. The problems should now be resolved.


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