Errors in Windows have become an integral part of Microsoft operating systems. The Redmond guys are trying to improve stability by reducing the number of versions and increasing testing and control over the distribution, but they have not been able to avoid a vicious circle that repeats over and over again: each update fixes previous bugs, but randomly introduces new ones.
Microsoft recently released a monthly update with more security fixes and others to improve the quality of the release, but two other bugs have been found to add to the collection. One of them was about Azure Active Directory (AAD) with issues with Microsoft 365 sign-in, VPN connections, Microsoft Teams, and Microsoft Outlook on ARM-based Windows devices. The company has already released an emergency patch to fix these bugs in Windows 11 and Windows 10.
The second of the failures affects Wi-Fi hotspots, or rather the ability to create them through a Wi-Fi hotspot, which many of us use to share an internet connection, such as from a 5G mobile broadband connection to other devices.
On Windows, affected users (reportedly quite a few) are reporting that the hotspot host loses internet connection after a client device connects. This affects both Windows 11 and Windows 10 and there is no solution at the moment. Well yes, what Microsoft says is “disable hotspot” which, as you can imagine, is useless. ..Microsoft says it is investigating the issue and will release unscheduled updates (known as OOBs) to address the issue. It.
Postpone updates against bugs in Windows
Admittedly, properly supporting the vast Windows ecosystem is not an easy task, and we fear that the situation with updates will not improve. Users or professionals who cannot afford to paralyze their work PC have no choice but to take action. One is clear and complete, look for alternatives and move to a more stable system like Linux. If you are still using Windows by choice or by necessity, deferring Windows updates is the appropriate course of action.
They can be temporarily suspended from the same configuration tool, or opt for more drastic measures such as those that can be taken from group policies or from the registry, from where updates can be completely blocked until the overall stability of the updates has been verified.. And if you have already installed any of the conflicting ones, you can remove them in the settings app.