On April 13, Microsoft released the KB5001330 update which is a mandatory security update aimed at fixing vulnerabilities and issues caused by the previous update. but Some Windows 10 users are encountering some serious problems related to performance, temporary user profile bugs, system crashes and Installation. If you applied this update and your computer is now experiencing issues? we’ll help you to troubleshoot and fix them all.
Multiple users are now reporting issues with the new update as well that were supposed to fix the issues of the earlier version. A lot of users are complaining that the update is giving 0x800f081f, 0x800f0984, or 0x800f0922 error messages. Users are also reporting that video games are suffering from various issues such as graphical stuttering, significant drops in frame rates and even completely crashing. The update was discovered to be the cause of the problem after users found that rolling back the update restored their systems back to a usable state.
Microsoft has not acknowledged any of these issues as a problem with version 20H2 and 2004. However, if you happen to be affected by this buggy release, you can remove or block the update until a new version of the update addresses the problems. follow the below instructions to uninstall the patch and restore your device.
How to rollback Windows 10 update
1- Open up the Settings app on your computer.
2- In Settings, click on the ‘Update & Security.’
3- Now, click on the ‘Windows Update’ option.
4- Click ‘View update history.’
5- Now, click ‘Uninstall updates’ then select KB5001330 to uninstall it.
6- After that, reboot your computer.
If the device still on the previous update, you can pause automatic updates to avoid possible problems with the latest quality update.