Mandatory security update for Windows 10 After creating various performance issues in games, Microsoft is now providing a solution. The related update is running on the server side.
Do you have an Nvidia graphics card and use Windows 10? You may be affected or affected by a bug that caused a noticeable drop in games such as flashing, FPS issues or blue screens due to a forced Windows update. Microsoft has now identified a bug in Windows Updates with version numbers KB5000842 and KB5001330 – finally fixing the bug.
The server side update has already been released
Windows developers have released a server-side update that automatically deactivates the code from the latest security update. As a result, there should be no more performance issues under Windows 10. To install the update, Microsoft uses the cloud of the Windows Update function.
If your PC is connected to Windows Update Service, Windows will automatically remove the incorrect code and uninstall the installation of the problematic update. Because this is a server side update, you will not see an update in Control Panel or in the Windows Update menu. However, you can still search for an update and restart your PC to make sure your system is connecting to the Windows Update server.
The developers are distributing the update to all affected Windows 10 users this weekend. If you think you have not yet received the update, you can also manually uninstall the incorrect Windows update with version number KB5001330.
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