Windows 10 Update KB4524244 & KB4532693 Causing Issues (Uninstall)

From time to time, I write articles about computers. This seems like a real good timing to bring this to your attention.

These computer issues might happen to some people, and not others. I have noticed one in particular happening to me, but I wasn’t even sure it was a real issue until I read about it.

Some of the images I have been uploading for the Warcraft III: Reforged article have been disappearing from my hard drive. I know because they are auto-saved in a particular serial number pattern using VLC Player. Next day, when I take more screenshots in VLC, and I search for the new image to upload, the image isn’t saved in the normal pattern. It is because some images have disappeared or been deleted, and VLC fills in the missing image numbers.

It was a very specific task I have been doing the past 4-5 days. People like you might not even notice an automated file deletion until it is too late. Imagine playing a game, and a file is deleted? Or writing a document or drawing something — and that file is deleted next day. So the Windows 10 update responsible for this massive issue is KB4532693.

Another update gone wrong is the KB4524244. Some people have crash and freeze issues with this update. My sister called me to complain about her laptop crashing often. That’s the source of the issue. Each computer behaves differently to these two updates, but why run the risk?

Below you can read how to uninstall these two bad updates.

Cinematic: The Warning | Warcraft III: Reforged

Ambassador #1: We’ve received reports that the orcs are regrouping.

Ambassador #2: Certainly, the recent attacks against the internment camps are evidence enough.

Ambassador #1: Agreed. The Horde is on the move.

Ambassador #3: This is absurd! My nation will not stand by and watch as the Horde masses on our very doorstep!

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