latest Windows 11 update face a major problem – You should uninstall


Whether or not you’ve updated to Windows 11 yet, is your PC experiencing app crashes? To remove it, follow these steps.

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Users of Windows 11 were previously warned by Microsoft not to instal the KB5012643. Last week, Windows Latest reported that a number of applications that relied on the Microsoft.NET 3.5 framework were crashing after installing the optional update. As a result of the flaw appearing in a May 2022 optional update for Windows 11, the Redmond-based software giant is now advising consumers to uninstall the update completely.

Discord, Visual Studio, ShareX, and KeePass are among the apps that Windows 11 users have reported crashing or totally failing to load, according to a report from Windows Latest (via TechRadar). This software development framework, known as.NET 3.5, is used by developers to create and execute apps on the Windows platform. An individual who reported the issue on Microsoft’s Feedback Hub said that the Teams app also failed to open following the update.


There is currently no approved solution. Because of this, the only method to avoid these issues is to delete update KB5012643. However, if you’ve already installed the update and haven’t seen any issues, you may want to keep it because it contains a number of vital security fixes.

Here’s how to securely delete the update from Windows 11 if it’s causing problems for you.

How to uninstall Windows 11 update KB5012643 

1. Click on the Start Menu located at the bottom center of the screen or hit the Start key on your keyboard.


2. Type control panel in the search bar then launch the Control Panel app when it appears in the search results.

3. Click Programs on the lower left-hand side.

4. In Programs and Features, click view installed updates.


5. A list of recently installed updates is now displayed. KB5012643 can be uninstalled by clicking Uninstall on the box’s right-hand side. This should take care of the issue.

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