Microsoft recently pushed KB4056892
to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update users in order to patch the Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities. The Redmond giant confirmed that the update also brings issues of its own - three of them to be more precise. However, recent user reports confirmed that KB4056892 causes more problems than initially acknowledged by Microsoft. So, the question is: will you still install KB4056892 and patch those CPU security vulnerabilities knowing that the update may break your PC? If you haven't installed the latest Windows 10 updates yet, continue reading this article to learn what are the most common KB4056892 issues reported by users. If you already installed the update, well, reading this article may make you fell a bit better
knowing that you're not the only experiencing these problems.