Although Windows 11 Build 22000.651 (KB5012643) is the latest optional update fixing a lot of bugs, many users are reporting that this version will crash the system and apps on Windows 11.
The cause of this cumulative update crashing apps may be .NET Framework integration error. The .NET Framework is essential for many of the apps to run on Windows system and it is familiar that it will be appear in many Windows updates. Therefore, the integration error of .NET Framework leads to the crash of those who have installed the KB5012643 for Windows 11 version 21H2.
Till now, Microsoft has suggested the users to uninstall Windows 11 KB5012643 to fix the problem.
Here is the comprehensive steps to uninstall:
- Click Start icon and select Windows Update;
- In the Windows Update settings interface, select Update History;
- Click Uninstall Update in the Related settings;
- Locate KB5012643 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.
If you haven’t update to this version, and need to know the updates, please check on Microsoft blog.