The latest Windows 10 update seems to be a burden for some users. The KB4549951 version is bringing another series of errors, as experienced before. Some of the users have experienced failures with the codes 0x8007000d, 0x80073701, or 0x800f081f appearing during the installation process.
Users reported bugs and issues in Windows 10 after updating
The users that have one of the latest two versions of Windows 10, the 1903 and the 1909 are deeply concerned whether they will be able not to download the recently published update. However, for those that can install the update, it is arguable if it will be successful or not. Several customers have encountered a series of errors only after the update was registered on their computers.
The most present reported error is that most of the users cannot use the Bluetooth option on their devices anymore. In some other cases, the customers have said that the new upgrade is responsible for the failure of connecting to a WiFi provider. In extreme cases, there have been complaints where Blue Screen or even the Death error message has occurred while trying to open the computer. These two severe cases are dangerous since the users risk losing all their data because the only solution to save their devices is to reboot the entire computer.
How to fix issues in the latest Windows 10 update
Up until now, there has been no official declaration from Microsoft regarding the update, which is available from the 14th of April. If you want to fix all the issues that come with this update is to uninstall it. The first thing you need to do is to make sure that you experience any problems. Otherwise, there is no need to uninstall it since it introduces essential security fixes.
To uninstall the latest Windows 10 update, you need to go to the settings app and select the “Update& Security” option, then go to Windows Update. On the View update history, select the Uninstall updates setting and look for the latest update.