Also complain about the non-working Wi-Fi
May’s “Patch Tuesday” released by Microsoft for Windows 10 was not as secure as we would like. Users who installed the cumulative update number KB5026361 are actively complaining online about a number of errors and serious crashes that have appeared.
The most serious complaints come down to two problems – the PC “turns into a brick” or issues a “Blue Screen of Death” (BSoD) after an update. In particular, one of the BSoD messages is caused by a corrupted Bootcat.cache file.
Recent Windows 10 update causes PC to brick, Blue Screen of Death
Other Windows 10 users are facing a familiar problem – update installation failure, often accompanied by a meaningless error code (for example, 0x800f0922).
On top of that, there are various complaints such as mouse settings reset, Wi-Fi stopped working, taskbar freezing, and so on.
Hopefully Microsoft will look into these issues and fix them soon.