As the release of Windows 11 May 2022 updates from Microsoft, users who have updated to KB5013943 may have ready resulted in the app crashing that many of the apps are not running smoothly as they used to. And users may get the error message: The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000135). Click OK to close the application..
Many users are discussing the error and the cause of the is the 0xc0000135 error is .NET framework integration error. And this has also happened ever on KB5012643. Although not all the users will encounter this error, but a wide range of users have been Affected. The applications which are crashing may vary per device, but the most reported programs are: ProtonVPN, PowerShell, Event Viewer, Sound Blaster Command, KeePass, Visual Studio, etc.
How to Fix Error 0xc0000135 on Windows 11 KB5013943?
As many of the apps can’t run normally, you may need the solutions to fix the error 0xc0000135. There are two ways to fix it.
The first and most efficient way is to uninstall Windows 11 KB5013943:
- Click Start icon and select Windows Update;
- In the Windows Update settings interface, select Update History;
- Click Uninstall Update in the Related settings;
- Locate KB5013943 among the list.
- Right click on the patch to uninstall it.
Then you will roll back to your previous version. Restart your computer to check whether the apps crashing still appear or not.
Another way is trying to disable and enable all .NET frameworks:
- Click Search icon on Taskbar;
- Search for Turn Windows features on or off;
- Check or uncheck the box before .NET Framework 3.5 (includes 2.5 and 3.0) to isable and enable all .NET frameworks;
- Click OK;
- Restart your system.
To users who haven’t installed and but are planning to update Windows 11 KB5013943, please don’t worry to rush into the latest version. You can choose to update after several days test of someone who are professional at the system and computer.