The Microsoft team seems to have a plan B for those Windows updates that don’t turn out as expected.
Windows 10 updates often bring more of a headache. While everything seems normal in the first few minutes, it doesn’t take long for the inconveniences to arrive… functions that disappear, device lockdown, performance problems, among a long list of known incidents.
To make these occasions less frustrating, Microsoft plans to implement a new dynamic: when Windows detects problems with the recent update, it will automatically activate a series of measures, and if these do not work, it will proceed to uninstall it.
So, if your device suffers a Windows boot failure after an update, you no longer have to worry about looking for tricks to fix them manually, since the own operating system will activate its emergency dynamic by restoring the computer.
On the other hand, Windows will also prevent the update that caused problems on your computer from being automatically reinstalled for the next 30 days. Enough time for your Microsoft computer to analyze the update and fix the errors it causes.
And, of course, there will still be the manual update option for impatient users who don’t want to wait until the end of the review period.