The last year has unfortunately taught owners of a Windows 10 PC that, when a new update arrives from Microsoft, there is often fear. And one must also have it after the new one Update KB4556799, which as you are about to read causes many problems.
The Windows 10 KB4556799 update is one of the last to precede the long-awaited May 2020 update, but that’s not the point; the point is the problems introduced for new and older devices. Unfortunately, the presence of the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), which as you know is equivalent to the death of the operating system. Not to mention the crashes found in the last few hours by thousands of users, the data disappeared for no apparent reason, the problems in the PC performance, the audio that disappears suddenly and much more.
Microsoft in this regard, it has already contacted the Forbes editorial staff, explaining that currently no similar problems have been found in its monitoring: however, the company will continue to keep an eye on the KB4556799 Update, with related user feedback. It seems difficult too remedy problems made, because in many cases the update also prevents access to the Windows 10 recovery settings (the on-screen controls stop working as they should).
Now, there are basically two ways to remedy this. The first is not to update Windows 10 at all, keeping the update in question pending. Those who have already installed it, must try to go to the Settings, then to Updates, finally try restoring Windows 10 to an earlier version of the operating system. If this is not possible, the question becomes more complicated: you have to wait for Microsoft to act on the server side. However, we will also keep an eye on the situation, and will keep you updated in case of news.