Windows 10 and 11 users are facing March 2023 update issue

Microsoft has recently released the new March 2023 cumulative updates for Windows 10 and Windows 11 systems. After the update rolled out publicly, several Win11 and Win10 users are continuously facing issues related to the March 2023 update.

The issue is mainly occurring such as installation failures and slowing down SSD transmission speeds, and now Win10 users also report that there are many problems, including installation failures and blue screens.

As per the official information, the March 2023 Windows update was rolled out with the firmware version KB5023696 cumulative update for Win10 Version 22H2 and other feature updates. Below you can check the users report.

The user left a message on Feedback Hub:

I wasn’t running any intensive tasks, but the fans were still running at full power after a few minutes. Fan operation returned to normal after uninstalling the update. I’m using a Dell 5490 All-in-One PC with Win10 22H2 installed, I’ve contacted Dell and Microsoft about this, but they haven’t provided any response yet on a cause/solution.

Another user commented:

Installing KB5023696 went fine, but shortly after getting to the main screen, I get a blue screen failure. Windows 10 will automatically reboot and look normal again. KB5023696 is listed as successfully installed under Quality Updates, but it is not on the list of uninstalled updates.

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