If you’ve recently updated your Windows 11 PC to the very latest version you might suddenly find you start having issues with your Wi-Fi. The gremlins seem to have begun after users installed the most recent cumulative update called KB50532288 and KB5033375 which were pushed out during Microsoft’s most recent Patch Tuesday. Once downloaded onto PCs, some have reported Wi-Fi connectivity issues especially when trying to join public networks.
Microsoft has now confirmed that it is looking into the bug which doesn’t affect any versions of Windows 10.
“Microsoft has received reports of an issue in which some Wi-Fi adapters might not connect to some networks after installing KB5032288,” the Redmond firm said in an update.
“We have confirmed this issue was caused by KB5032288 and KB5033375. As reported, you are more likely to be affected by this issue if you are attempting to connect to an enterprise, education, or public Wi-Fi network using 802.1x authentication. This issue is not likely to occur on home networks.”
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If your PC is having issues then Microsoft is recommending rolling back to its previous version of Windows 11 until it releases an official fix. The company also wants affected users to submit data using the Feedback Hub.
To uninstall this update just search “Windows Update” from the Windows search bar. Then you can navigate to “Update History” and tap “Uninstall Updates”. You should then see KB503375 which can then be easily removed.
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Hopefully, Microsoft will release a full update soon which will iron out the bug for good. If you’re still sticking with Windows 10 then don’t forget there’s limited time left before this software loses full support from Microsoft. That date is set for 2025 and means users will no longer get new features or security patches.
Microsoft has recently confirmed that it will offer updates past the 2025 deadline although Windows 10 users will need to pay extra to access them.
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