Windows 10 KB4532693 & KB4524244 Update Causing Trouble [Easy Fixes]

Ruben Fields
February 18, 2020

Under Windows specifications, you'll see Edition and Version.

On the Installed Updates dialog window, find and select KB4524244 and select the Uninstall button.

Proactive users can also download the Windows Update troubleshooter that will allow you to hide problematic updates and prevent them from reinstalling.

Redmond hasn't issued a public statement regarding the issue being resolved but a Microsoft employee did share what seems to be Microsoft's response to the shutdown problems affecting Windows 7 and Windows 10 customers as one of our readers pointed out.

As Bleeping Computer reported last week, both AMD and Intel computers were impacted with HP owners being significantly affected. No action is needed by customers.

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For most of us, Windows 10 updates are probably set to automatic so the latest versions are already loaded up onto your system. Note: "Removal of this standalone security update does not affect successful installation or any changes within any other February 11, 2020 security updates, including Latest Cumulative Update (LCU), Monthly Rollup or Security Only update", Microsoft says. Look for the Adobe Genuine Monitor, Adobe Genuine Software Integrity, and Adobe Update services. 3.

A Microsoft security update for Windows 10 has been pulled by the tech giant following several issues suffered by users. These included freezing and presenting users with the default Windows 10 setup without any customised options or desktop files and icons.

Enterprise customers get extended support; instead of the 18 months that consumers get, Enterprise customers get 30 months of support for Windows 10 versions for the second feature update release of any year. The security update addressed an issue that could cause UEFI boot managers to expose UEFI PCs to a vulnerability.

Trying to remove your personal data from a Windows 10 machine running the latest update will result in the error message "There was a problem resetting your PC", Microsoft has confirmed.

If you have also experienced issues shutting down your Windows 10 devices and saw the "You don't have permission to shut down this computer." error popping up, let us know in the comments section below.

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