Another month has passed and the next May security patch for Windows 11 21H2 is scheduled to be released. KB 5013943 also increments the version number to Windows 11 22000.675.
The optional update KB5012643 from April 26 is also incorporated into this cumulative update. And the list of fixes is long. Let’s move on to the changes in this update.
Known issues of KB5013943
- The .NET Framework bug is still present and is being investigated. This is also affected PowershellThis mscoree.dll Missing. Uninstalling and reinstalling the .NET Framework 3.5 helps.
- wrong 0x800f0988 In-place repair currently helps
Issues fixed by KB5013943
- All Windows vulnerabilities will be fixed Listed here individually.
- Addresses a known issue that may cause some .NET Framework 3.5 applications to fail or prevent these applications from opening. Affected applications use certain optional components in the .NET Framework 3.5, for example, the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow (WWF) components.
- Addresses a known issue that could cause the screen to flicker when starting your device in safe mode. Components that depend on explorer.exe, such as things like File Explorer, the Start menu, and the taskbar can be affected and look unstable.
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