Microsoft released another update too quickly. This time, it concerns Windows 11 and causes applications to crash. While waiting for a new patch, the solution recommended by the firm is to simply uninstall it.
If you are having problems withfor two weeks you are not alone… Many users are complaining about a recent patch. Published on April 25 under the reference KB5012643, it is a cumulative supposed to rectify many of the system. However, it brings its share of new problems.
Following the installation of the patch, someno longer open or crash. The problem would be related to specific components of .NET Framework 3.5. The update also affects system backup using the function Backup and Restore. Safe mode is also having issues, but was able to use the feature Known Issue Rollback (KIR) to undo that part of the fix and the problem should fix itself automatically if it hasn’t already.
Microsoft is working on a patch for its hotfix…
The update is optional, so it shouldn’t install automatically. For those who downloaded it and have had problems since, luckily it only takes a few clicks to get rid of it. Open the “Start” menu and select “Settings”, then “Windows Update”. Open “Update History”, then “Uninstall updates” (at the very bottom of the list). In the newsclick on the “KB5012643” update and finally on “Uninstall”.