The latest Windows 10 version 1909 and 1903 were very awaited by its user base. Both versions were launched last month, and they are just an optional monthly update, which means you don’t have to install them unless you want too. The update was supposed to come in aid to improve the stability of the operating system; however, things turned out the other way.
The Windows 10 version 1909 and 1903 has brought more concerns than it was supposed to sort out. The problems that the update brought to the operating system are slowing the boot time up; it causes the FPS to drop and the audio to stutter suddenly. There are also other problems caused by the update.
The optional Cumulative Update KB4535996
The Cumulative Update (C-Update) goal is to fix a few of the Windows 10 version 1903 and 1909 bugs. The C-Update was made to be part of the Windows 10 May Update and the Windows 10 November Update. The Update KB4535996 has been working perfectly fine for some of the users.
The C-Update was released to fix certain issues, such as the Windows Search problems some of the users have highlighted. Although the update worked fine for some of the users, there are others who complained about it after installing it.
What are the issues with the optional Cumulative Update KB4535996?
After installing the non-Security and optional Cumulative Update KB4535996, users noticed that the Sign Tool stops working correctly. After the Sign Tool stops working, the following error message pops up: 1073741502.
Although the installation of the update works perfectly fine for some of the users, others had problems. The installation issue is that it can suddenly have a boot failure. The C-Update can also increase the boot time after being installed, which is another minus for the operating system.
Another issue caused by the Cumulative Update KB4535996 is that the FPS dropping.
Now, this is a very annoying problem while playing games on Windows 10. On top of all that, it also causes audio stuttering during the games. After a few tests, it was proved that the FPS drops by ten percent after the installation of the update.
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