Microsoft Windows 10 latest update(KB4515384) breaks Start Menu features

Stay with your current Windows and Don't update to Windows 10 KB4515384 until Microsoft releases the security patch.

Recent Microsoft’s Windows 10 updates are breaking more features than adding. Recently Microsoft rolled out its cumulative KB4512941 update which ends up taking over CPU via Cortana assistant and even broke the Windows Desktop Search feature.

To encounter this bug Microsoft has rolled out another KB4515384 update for it’s Windows 10 users. The only best part about this latest Windows 10 update is that it successfully addresses the bug that led CPU drain via SearchUI.exe and fixes the Desktop Search feature. This also includes security patches for the Microsoft’s revamped Edge browser and other apps.

However, just like older Windows 10 updates, this KB4515384 is also breaking several key features inside Windows. While some users reported the start menu stopped working error others appears to have issues with action center.

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Many users reported this issue in the social platform Reddit. According to a Reddit thread, users are facing issues with the start menu.

“same issue on my PC. I tried install KB4515384 on one of my workstation with no luck. Menu start stopped working with critical error and sign out request. After uninstall latest CU problem with start menu was solved but action center won’t open now. Windows 10 especially 1903 is the most bugged OS ever. I suggest stay at 18362.295 as long as possible or until all flaws will be finally fixed,” wrote a Windows 10 user.

Reply to this certain users pointed out this issue having a similar bug with the start Menu had appeared in 2015 when the feature would randomly break.

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The user replied with “Completely shocked to see such an old and forgotten error message come up again after all of these years, even when I tested this in a VM and not on actual hardware”.

As per the latest update Microsoft has acknowledged the issues with the latest update and is working on a fix.

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