Microsoft has accidentally released the KB4532441 update for Windows 10. The update is for Windows Autopilot. When they realized their mistake from Microsoft they pulled the update but a little late after they had already installed enough on their systems.
Windows Autopilot with Windows 10 is a Microsoft technology that allows business administrators to pre-configure new Windows 10 devices and manage them from their network.
On 10 December, during 2019's Patch Tuesday December, Microsoft accidentally released the KB4532441 Autopilot cum update for Windows to all users running Windows 10.
Luckily the update didn't cause any damage but it's not necessary and, in my opinion, the less unnecessary updates you have installed on Windows, the better.
Such as he explains Microsoft in the support bulletin of the update, when it realized its mistake, pulled it out of circulation.
Installing the update doesn't cause any damage to Windows 10, but it does add things you don't need. Windows Autopilot update was not released for Windows 10 Home.
If you installed the update, follow these steps to remove it from your system.
Open Control Panel under Programs> Programs & Features and click View Installed Updates on the left.
Then right-click on the KB4532441 list entry and confirm the question "Are you sure you want to uninstall this update?". Then you need to click "Yes" and then restart your device.