It’s better to roll back to a previous version
Microsoft has warned that the latest updates released by the company on June 14 are causing issues with Wi-Fi hotspots. When connected to an access point, Windows computers drop the connection.
The problem affects Windows 11, 10 and even 7. Currently, the only way to get around this error is to turn off the Wi-Fi hotspot and find another way to connect to the internet. The bug came along with the update under the number KB5014697.
Users for whom Wi-Fi remains the only possible Internet access should roll back to the previous version of Windows in the Update Center and wait for Microsoft to find a way to solve the problem.
Microsoft recently announced the release of Defender security software for macOS, iOS, and Android devices.