According to Microsoft support, Windows 10 may automatically uninstall a recent update with a serious issue on your computer. These updates must be incompatible with your system or will carry some other major bugs. So, if the Windows is unable to repair the bug through other means, then it will automatically uninstall the updates.
Windows 10 Uninstalls Updates with Serious Bugs
In case, Windows 10 also finds out this type of issue on your PC then it will notify you by sending a message. You will get the following message.
“We removed some recently installed updates to recover your device from a startup failure.”
Windows will also pause the automatic installation of “problematic updates” for a month. If Windows 10 detects such an event, the operating system will attempt to address the failure by uninstalling recently installed updates. According to Microsoft, this will give us and our partners the opportunity to find out the issue and fix it.
This auto-uninstall feature is an easy way that Microsoft is offering to help the users of Windows 10 in order to avoid a bad experience with its operating system. It also helps to lift the quality of updates.
Microsoft has also provided links to pages that how to manually install drivers. It also helps Windows users to diagnose and remediate buggy updates by submitting reports.