Windows 10 cumulative update KB5005101, which went live in early September for Windows 10 version 2004 and newer, caused some apps to crash completely or to fail to launch.
“After installing KB5005101 or a later update on devices using Microsoft Exploit Protection Export Address Filtering (EAF), you might have issues with some applications. You might be experiencing this issue if apps fail to open, fail to open files, or you might receive a white window when attempting to login,” Microsoft explains.
A fix is now available
The good news is that Microsoft has managed to resolve the whole thing, though the company this time turned to the Known Issue Rollback system for the whole thing.
In other words, you should be getting the fix automatically without the need for installing an… (read more)
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