Windows 10 Update KB4100347 Breaking Down System Boot


It’s no longer a surprise that some of the updates released by Microsoft are causing more harm than good, and by the looks of things, a recent Spectre patch makes no exception.

KB4100347 is a Windows 10 April 2018 Update patch released by Microsoft in July this year in order to provide more mitigations against the Spectre Variant 2 vulnerability, but according to reports, some PCs are no longer able to boot after installing it.

Despite originally being pushed to systems two months ago, the update was reportedly re-released last week to a number of devices – note that the KB page of the update hasn’t been updated since July, therefore we can’t tell for sure if this new version includes any changes or not.

But as per BornCity, it looks… (read more)

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