This is a particularly frustrating problem as affected Windows 10 users get stuck in a loop where they download the update and then see the installation process fail. Windows 10 users have reported error codes like 0x8007000d and 0x800f0922.
A reported error message that appeared after the installation process stopped working was: “Some update files are missing or having problems. We will try to download the update again later. Error code: (0x8007000d)”.
Elsewhere, Windows 10 users have also reported that cumulative update KB4592438 caused CPU and GPU performance to stall. Others have said that the latest Windows 10 update causes delays when trying to open and close issues.
On Reddit, an affected user wrote: “I get strange CPU usage after my update. For example, when I shoot up and down 100 percent with just one browser open.”
Another wrote, “All of the Windows updates that have been made to my computer in the past two months are slowing my computer down, causing video driver issues and a lot of other things. In all honesty, we’re getting a little tired from all of this now.”