Windows as a Service is designed to provide security improvements and feature updates to PCs, and in theory the entire update process is seamless. But for Windows 10 users, every update can be a tribulation, and you never know what problems it will cause. Last week for Windows 10 May 2019 and November 2019 ,2019, Microsoft released a cumulative update of KB4532695, finally fixing a three-month-old file manager search bar issue.
However, after installing the update, users find that they still provide a poor experience.
Kb4532695 cumulative updates have been reported to have a number of issues, including blue screens and breaking basic features. According to the latest report, KB4532695 disables the sound and Internet connections of some users. In the Microsoft Community Forum, many users report that the latest cumulative updates disable audio or sound adapters.
One angry user posted on the Reddit community: “I installed the update on Saturday afternoon and the sound stopped working immediately. I’ve rolled back the patch… There is no solution at this time. I tried to update the driver, but Windows told me it didn’t recognize my speakers. Last night I reinstalled the new Version of Windows 10, but the same is true. It worked well before the patch was installed on February 1. Can this problem be corrected as soon as possible? I followed each recommendation on multiple forums, but there was no solution. “
On Microsoft’s official support community and other social networking sites, some users reported a network connectivity failure after installing the cumulative update. The problem appears to affect both wired and Wi-Fi network connections, and many different brands of network adapters are affected. Obviously, these are pretty frustrating issues because users can’t use their Internet connection at full speed on Windows 10.
One user said: “I’m connected to a fiber with Wi-Fi, and my Android device can go up to 1MB/s downstream.” Last weekend I decided to upgrade my Windows 10 system, and then I realized that both my internal and external WiFi adapters were out of work. This is a laptop without a network port. You can’t roll back, and the troubleshooting app doesn’t help (90% of the cases are useless). The network reset feature also does not solve the problem. “
It seems that the only guaranteed solution is simply uninstalling cumulative updates or rolling back to previous versions of Windows 10 from Settings, which is not a good solution because it can cause file browser corruption and other problems. To uninstall the update, simply go to the Settings app and click View update history. On the next page, click Uninstall Update, and then select KB4532695 in the control panel.