DrunkenTerror shares a report from ExtremeTech: Microsoft advises Windows 11 users to uninstall the latest update. Reports have shown that additional update KB5012643 causes various applications to crash. The problem involves the interaction between the update and the .Net Framework, which is part of Windows. It is unclear at this time which programs are affected by the problem, so removal remains the “only” viable solution.

“Affected programs use some additional components in the .NET Framework 3.5, such as the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow (WWF) components.” This update also violated Safe Mode. Microsoft says that when users boot into “safe offline mode”, users can see the screen flicker. According to MS, “components that depend on explorer.exe, such as File Explorer, the Start menu and the taskbar, may be affected and look unstable.” To do this, Microsoft has already released a rollback of a known problem (KiR), so it needs to be fixed. If you encounter this, you will be able to solve this problem by enabling network support in safe mode.

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