Windows 11 Update is causing problems Microsoft has been forced to warn customers to remove the Windows 11 Update. KB5012643, which is causing some apps to crash, especially those that are using the.NET 3.5 framework.

WindowsLatest explains that KB5012643 — an optional update for Windows 11 — brings several fixes to the operating system, but some people are reporting that apps that rely on the .NET 3.5 framework — although quite a few — have been experiencing failure since installing the update. Some customers encountered Blue Screen of Death and Safe Mode issues while installing this optional update. In the support document released on April 25, 2022, the software company said that “After installing this update, some .NET Framework 3.5 apps might have issues or fail to open. Affected apps are using certain optional components in .NET Framework 3.5, such as Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow (WWF) components.” There are reports online detailing several vulnerabilities in Windows 11’s newest upgrade, including a flaw that causes certain .NET 3.5 Framework apps to crash, as highlighted in Feedback Hub articles. Microsoft had already fixed the Safe mode bugs in Windows 11; however, the latest cumulative updates seem to have introduced new problems.


Steps to remove windows 11 update

To uninstall the update

  1. Open the start menu and type ‘Windows update settings’
  2. Click ‘Windows Update’, afterwards click ‘View Update Histor’
  3. Click ‘Uninstall Update” and select ‘KB5012643’
  4. Click ‘Uninstall’

You can also re-enable.NET Framework 3.5 or the Windows Communication Foundation via the Windows Features Settings page. This action can be performed via terminal by running the following commands: These simple steps could help to prevent what would be deemed a failure update and bring back memories of broken Windows 10 updates. The failed Windows 10 updates caused tremendous harm than they fixed at that point, also putting a significant dent in Microsoft’s reputation.

.NET Framework

Many apps rely on the.NET Framework, a free and open-source platform that allows you to create and run programs on Windows. The Net Framework version 1.0 was first released in 2002. Version 1.0 was the title. Since then, Microsoft Corporation has advanced significantly. The latest version of the.NET Framework is. 4.7.2 Net Framework. Fortunately, all.NET 3.5 Framework applications are not affected by this flaw. Microsoft released Windows 11 as an upgrade of Windows 10 in October 2013. This version of Windows 11 was released as an upgrade to Windows 10. It was released on October 10, 2011.




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