Microsoft's phone-screen mirroring beta hits Windows 10 this week

Yolanda Curtis
March 12, 2019

Other problems with this update include authentication issues with Internet Explorer 11 (although you shouldn't be using that outdated browser anyway) and an error "1309" which appears when installing or uninstalling certain types of MSI and MSP files. "Occasionally, these updates can fail due to incompatibility or issues in new software", the document adds.

Rather than leaving it down to users to seek out the problematic update and uninstall it, Windows 10 could start to automatically uninstall updates that have caused issues.

If you stopped Windows 10 from automatically install system updates on your PC, you're probably not alone.

With Windows 7 support ending in just 10 months, Microsoft revealed today that it will begin nagging users to upgrade to Windows 10. Microsoft specifically says to make sure you've updated to the latest Insider build, and your PC will need to support Bluetooth's low energy peripheral mode.

The company will remove Windows Updates on its own if it detects that your computer recently recovered from a startup failure. The company explains that "this is only done when all other automatic recovery attempts have been unsuccessful".

Microsoft does allow users to manually install updates if they think that the rollback was a mistake or if Microsoft fixes the issue before the 30 day period is over.

Microsoft has said that Windows 10 will start removing installed Windows Updates that cause problems in starting or running your device at peak efficiency. With Windows 10 doing that automatically, it should mean people don't waste too much time trying to get Windows 10 working again.

As an extra security measure, Microsoft will further stop Windows from downloading updates for the next 30 days.

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