A little earlier, Microsoft released a cumulative update under the number KB4535996 for the Windows 10 operating system. And all would be fine, but the update from the developers turned out to be painfully “crooked”. The list of problems with the new update will amaze even the most seasoned users of the Top 10:
- freezes during OS installation;
- “Loops”, i.e. installation, reboot, rollback of changes, and so on in a circle;
- the appearance in WU of various numbering errors;
- reduced operating speed;
- periodic BSoDs;
- termination of normal operation of the sound card.
What to do with the KB4535996 update?
KB4535996 is obviously an incredibly problematic update for Windows 10, and the “soft” update urgently needs to do something with it. If you start experiencing the above or any other problems after installing KB4535996, then we recommend that you remove this problematic update from your system. For this:
- right-click on Start and select “Settings”;
- open “Update and Security → Windows Update”;
- click on “View update log”;
- click on “Uninstall updates”;
- find the required update in the list, right-click on it and select “Delete”;
- restart your computer.