Microsoft, which regularly releases new updates for the Windows 11 operating system, included an important error in the last update. The company, which published an information for Windows 11 users today, warned users to remove the KB5012643 code update from their computers.
The update, which was offered as an optional update to Windows 11 users, included a bug that caused various applications to crash. While the list of applications that were determined to crash due to the error was not published in full, detailed information about the error was also presented.
Update caused some apps to crash:
KB50126443, released on April 25, brought minor changes to the operating system. In the update notes, there was information that some applications running with .Net Framework 3.5 might stop working. The error was reflected in applications that took advantage of the Windows Communication Foundation and Windows Workflow Foundation components of the .Net Framework.
Besides this error, the update also caused errors in Safe Mode of Windows. Some users who started Safe Mode complained about screen flickering. Microsoft has also confirmed that components that depend on explorer.exe (such as File Manager and the Start menu) may experience errors.
How to uninstall an update in Windows 11?
- Step #1: Open ‘Windows Update settings’ from Start.
- Step #2: Click on ‘Update history’.
- Step #3: Click on ‘Uninstall updates’.
- Step #4: Find and uninstall update ‘KB50126443’.