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Windows 10: Getting problems with the KB4549951 update?

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Windows 10 update problem April Patch KB4549951 update

Bugs and malfunctions for the April Patch, not everything went smoothly with the rollout of the KB4549951 update for Windows 10.

The cumulative update KB4549951 released last week for Windows 10, also known as the April Patch Tuesday, appears to be creating more than a few headaches for users. Reports relating to the appearance of bugs and malfunctions have multiplied, thus continuing a disastrous tradition that has unfortunately been accompanying the release of updates for the operating system for some time now.

Windows 10: Something is wrong with KB4549951?

There is talk of anomalies related to Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, the appearance of Blue Screen of Death decays in performance and sudden crashes during use. Hitches that occur are good to say not for everyone. Then there are those who cannot even install the update, obtaining various error messages (including 0x8007000d, 0x800f081f, 0x80073701) during the process. For a roundup of testimonials, simply point in the direction of the official support forum.

No statements have been made by Microsoft at this time. The new feedback adds to a long list of reports about updates for Windows 10 which instead of just correcting flaws and vulnerabilities introduce new problems. The last in chronological order is the one reported in recent days and linked to Defender with the security software put out of use for reasons still to be clarified.

How to fix Windows 10 problems caused by the update?

Waiting for Microsoft to solve problems with a new patch, the only alternative is to temporarily uninstall the KB4549951 update, but only in case, you have one of these malfunctions. In fact, it is a security update that solves three very serious vulnerabilities and that expose the PC to attack by hackers


How do I uninstall the April 2020 Patch Tuesday update? 

You have to open the Settings, press on Updates and security and then select Windows Update from the left column. Click on “View update history” and from the page that will open, click on “Uninstall updates”. At this point, a new page will open and you will have to select the update KB4549951 to be able to uninstall them

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