The new patch addresses KB3132372 problems on W10
Microsoft has just rolled out a new Windows 10 update that comes to fix problems experienced by a number of users who installed a previous update correcting Adobe Flash Player vulnerabilities.
In late December, Adobe rolled out a new Flash Player update to patch a number of security holes in its software and because the app is built into Edge browser and Internet Explorer, Microsoft delivered its own update to Windows users during the same day.
Numbered KB3132372, this update caused several issues on select Windows 10 computers, with users complaining that some of their apps no longer worked after the install. The exact problem was unknown and without a workaround available, the only solution was to completely remove the patch.