Windows 10 Can Now Automatically Roll Back Faulty Updates

Judy Cobb
March 13, 2019

Microsoft has said that Windows 10 will start removing installed Windows Updates that cause problems in starting or running your device at peak efficiency.

However, the feature now only works on select devices, so don't get your hopes up quite yet. To access it, users will need two pieces of software: the latest Windows 10 Insider build on their Surface Go tablet; and Microsoft's Your Phone app for the Samsung handset.

MICROSOFT HAS ANNOUNCED a new feature for Windows that it allow the OS to automatically rollback troublesome updates all by itself.

To make sure that customers don't end up jumping ship out of frustration, Microsoft has quietly published a support document detailing that the company can automatically remove the faulty Windows Updates. For Android, your phone must be running Android 7.0 or higher.

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Microsoft has rolled out an early preview of the phone screen feature in the Your Phone app.

This is an easy-to-use method for those who may experience issues when installing cumulative updates, as the version number can indicate whether a specific patch deployed correctly or not.

Assuming your devices meet those requirements, you will eventually have access to Windows 10 Android screen mirroring.

Should the user decide to continue to use Windows 7 after its support expiration on January 14th, the operating system will no longer receive security updates and could be subject to numerous vulnerabilities and exploits. Currently, it can let you automatically sync your phone and PC to share photos, files, and texts. It provides a list of your installed apps on the PC so you can launch them with a single click.

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