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New Windows 10 Update Could Slow Down Your PC

Windows 10 is encountering more serious problems thanks to a recent update, with users reporting some worrying new issues.Back in February 2020, Microsoft released Windows 10 KB4535996, which was an optional update aimed at fixing several issues a previous update had broken, including problems with the Windows 10 search tool.However, the update ended up introducing even more problems for some users, and while we reported on some of those issues a few days ago, it appears that additional problems have emerged.

Windows 10 KB4535996 update has been available since February 27 and not all users have it installed yet.In theory, KB4535996 is a preview of March update and if you don’t have it installed on your PC, you’ll receive fixes and improvements introduced by KB4535996 in Windows 10 KB4540673. If both updates are not installed on your PC, all those fixes are included in KB4551762.

Windows 10 KB4535996 is an optional update, so you won’t have been forced to install it, which is good news, at least. However, if you have installed it, the best way to fix the issues the update has caused is to uninstall the update. Open up the Settings app (the cog icon in the Start menu, or by pressing Windows + I on the keyboard), then click 'Update & security'. If you want to Buy Windows 10 CD Key Code, you can come to z2u.com for help. z2u.com is the best online store that has about 10 years of selling game currencies experience.

From the window that appears, click 'Windows Update' on the left-hand menu, then 'View update history'. Click 'Uninstall updates' then select KB4535996 to uninstall it. The problems should now be fixed.

If you can’t boot into Windows 10, then after a number of failed boots, you should see a menu where you can choose to boot into Windows 10’s Safe Mode, which is a pared-back version that allows you to boot only essential parts of the operating system if there is a major problem.

If that menu does not appear, try repeatedly pressing the Delete key or F2 key on your keyboard while Windows 10 attempts to boot. Once in Safe Mode, uninstall the update using the steps listed above.