Microsoft’s bad updates abound and apparently, the company is giving up trying to fix the updates itself. There’s just too many variables and PC variances to ensure that a single update will be successful for every configuration. So, to give the company time to resolve issues introduced by supposedly “bad” updates, a new strategy is being introduced. Announced through a KB article recently, updates will have the ability to uninstall (or rollback) themselves when problems are found.
At the time of the KB article release, though, there’s was no further information about when this feature would be available. Now there is. According to a recent edit on the KB article…
This new feature is only available for Windows Insiders running Windows 10 Insider Preview, build 18351 or later. This version of Windows 10 has not yet been released publicly.
Let’s hope the Windows Insiders are woke enough to test this feature thoroughly.