Microsoft has just launched a new safety feature automatically uninstall problematic software updates to improve the way updates are installed and removed on Windows 10. From now on, if a recent update is causing issues to your system, the Windows 10 will have that much power to uninstall it with the help of the new feature.
Windows automatically installs updates to keep your device secure and running at peak efficiency. Occasionally, these updates can fail due to incompatibility or issues in new software. Your device has recently recovered from a startup failure if you have received this notification: “We removed some recently installed updates to recover your device from a startup failure.” If Windows detects this, it will try to resolve the failure by uninstalling recently installed updates.
By this feature, the “problematic updates” will be paused for 30 days. During this time, the Microsoft will get the chance to investigate the reason for the failure and try to fix any issues if discovered. After 30 days, the Windows 10 will again try to install the updates.
This is a welcome feature which also allows you to install updates manually, if you think Windows shoud not have removed them. However, if the updates try to stop your computer from starting up properly, the system will certainly nix them.
Microsoft is also asking the users’ experience via the Feedback Hub analyzing of which the company can examine and re-mediate the issues with the corresponding updates. So, new Windows feature is definitely a good feature. The feature arrives just on time for March patch Tuesday. This feature will help in avoiding formatting the hard drives to solve major issues.