ThisIsWin11 (TIW11) version 0.94.0 was released by developer builtbybel a few days ago on GitHub. This third-party tool allows for more Windows 11 customization and tweaking, and the maker even touts the app as "The real PowerToys for Windows 11".
The developer says that the new version is a patch release that fixes "several UI issues". But perhaps more interestingly, the release also adds a new "Windows Update" section (image below) with the option to "Uninstall broken Windows 11 updates" inside OpenTweaks.
The developer has explained how this works:
Updates that cause problems can be registered in the brokenKB.txt file (must be stored in the data directory) and can be uninstalled in OpenTweaks via the wusa tool.
If you're wondering what OpenTweaks is, it's one of the six modules that TIW11 currently offers:
OpenTweaks integrates an important part of the Windows 11 settings app and allows you to check and enable/disable settings in a bulk and with just a click.
The other changes in release 0.94.0 are given below:
If you want to try out the latest version of ThisIsWin11, head over to GitHub via this link, though bear in mind that it is an unofficial third-party tool.