Windows 10 now automatically uninstalls a failed update and restores your PC like the way it was before the update just in case if your PC fails to boot as a result of an unexpected conflict with one of your PC’s hardware or software components. However, such a thing is bound to happen only if all the other automatic recovery options fail to work. This new feature will be applicable to all Windows Updates including hotfixes, major new Windows 10 releases, service packs, and driver updates. After the unsettled update has been reverted back, users will see a message which says “We have removed some recently installed updates to recover your device from a startup failure”.
If users think that the update was rolled back for no reason, they can manually revoke the block and install the update once again.
Microsoft has also stated that both the Windows 7 and Office 2010 users will be reminded with notifications that the Windows 7 would stop getting any support or free security updates from January 14 2020 onwards. Also, Microsoft has been urging it’s users to upgrade to Windows 10 and the latest version of Office 365 or Office 2019.