Microsoft’s latest Windows 11 update is an absolute horror show

In a classic case of “upgrade or else,” Microsoft’s latest compulsory update for Windows 11, known as KB5030219, has been wreaking more havoc than a toddler in a china shop. Users across the globe are reporting a flurry of issues faster than you can say “Blue Screen of Death.” Ever since the update was released last week, Windows 11 users have been treated to a smorgasbord of digital nightmares, reports Windows Latest. We’re talking about system slowdowns that would make a snail look speedy, network connection issues that make desert island isolation seem appealing, and the dreaded Blue Screen of Death crashes that are about as welcome as a skunk at a garden party. Image: Unsplash Some users found that their PCs failed to start entirely after the update. Other issues include a non-functional Start menu and search, disappearing tabs in File Explorer, audio glitches that would make a DJ cringe and installation failures. And let’s not forget our gamers. Reports have highlighted performance glitches with the game Starfield that are about as fun as a power outage during a gaming marathon. And it’s not just Starfield suffering. Other gamers have reported issues with Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, including crashes and freezes that could give Elsa a run for her money. The most baffling part? Despite the widespread reports of these issues, Microsoft has remained as silent as a mime about any problems with the update. In fact, in the supporting information for KB5030219, Microsoft states that it is…Microsoft’s latest Windows 11 update is an absolute horror show

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