Unfortunately, Windows updates are two steps forward and one step backwards. They do come with good features and improved security, but every now, they break things.
As we have seen in the latest Windows update, some of our clients reported that their printing has stopped working. It turned out that the newest window updated caused problems with the network. After research, we found the fix was uninstalling fix KB5006670. Once done, our client could now print.
Now, if you are like me, you prefer others to test the latest Windows updates. This gives time for the bugs to be squashed and tweaks set correctly, so what you do is delay those updates.
How to pause Windows Updates:
To do this, open the Windows Settings app and select
Update & Security > Windows Update.
There you will find a "Pause updates for 7 days" button. (See above the option highlighted with a green arrow.)
Also, another tip, try to do Window updates only on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning. This means that if something goes wrong, you can contact your computer technicians.