Microsoft is trying a whole new approach to unsuccessful updates to Windows 10, as the operating system will automatically uninstall unstable patches that could lead to potential problems.
It is known to many users of Windows 10 discovered in the hard way that updates sometimes fail, pushing computers into an endless loop of restart, as Microsoft through updates takes care of the system being automatically updated even if the user uninstall an incorrect update.
Microsoft states that Windows 10 will be able to detect a failed update on their own and the operating system will restore the device completely by removing it. This means that Windows 10 will return as it was before the problematic update, and Microsoft says that as a security measure, the reinstallation will be blocked for the next 30 days.
Specifically, Microsoft wrote in its announcement: "Occasionally, these updates may fail due to incompatibility or due to problems with new software. If you received the notification: "We have removed some recently installed updates to recover your device from boot failure" then your device had a boot problem. Windows will attempt to resolve the failure by uninstalling the recently installed updates. "This only happens when all other automatic recovery efforts have failed."
Microsoft states that it needs the extra 30 days to ensure that the problem that causes the failure is corrected. It also provides users with options for manual reinstallation only if recovery was not necessary or the problem was resolved faster.
It states: “To ensure that your device can start and run as expected, Windows will also prevent troubleshooting updates from being installed automatically for the next 30 days. This will enable Microsoft and our partners to investigate the failure and fix any issues. "After 30 days, Windows will try to install the updates again."
Users will see this new system in action today as Microsoft is expected to begin installing it Patch Tuesday in just a few hours.