The article's title, "Why were recently installed updates removed?" pretty much summarizes what it's about. Now, for those serious instances when a patch causes startup issues, the OS will identify the last installed update and automatically remove it.
A cheery message saying "We removed some recently installed updates to recover your device from a startup failure" will be shown to the affected users as Windows 10 attempts to fix things by uninstalling recently installed updates.
Why it matters: Microsoft puts out constant updates for Windows 10, and there's a good chance you've installed some that introduce problems to a system.
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.
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If you stopped Windows 10 from automatically install system updates on your PC, you're probably not alone. It's worth noting that Microsoft performs this step only when it's done with all the other possible recovery methods.
Microsoft said that removed updates would be blocked for 30 days so people don't have to worry about them being installed and uninstalled repeatedly.
In the ongoing saga of trying to mitigate the potential problems caused by speculative execution exploits like Spectre and Meltdown (and the fixes to those fixes) Microsoft has a new Windows patch called KB4482887.
Whether you love or hate Microsoft's automatic updates for Windows 10, it's a given you'll run into a snag at some point. This will give Microsoft and our partners the opportunity to investigate the failure and fix any issues. After 30 days, Windows will again try to install the updates.