The Road for Windows 10 ($ 110 at Amazon) The introduction of Microsoft was not particularly straightforward, This week, Microsoft has been trying to make the operating system a little easier by automatically uninstalling that did not go to plan.
Windows 10 automatically downloads and installs updates to protect the system and keep it running smoothly. However, if an update goes sideways – for example, if it turns out to be incompatible with something and causes a boot failure – Microsoft will try to fix the bug by uninstalling the recently installed updates this week.
When an update issue occurs, you receive the following message: "We removed some recent updates to restore your device after a boot failure," and Microsoft says that problematic updates will not be automatically installed for 30 days  But what if you think that the update was not buggy and should be installed anyway? You can download and install drivers and hotfixes manually from the Windows Device Manager or the Windows Update Catalog. Here is the advice from Microsoft:
To update a device driver:
- In the search box on the taskbar, type "Device Manager," and then select Device Manager.
- Select a category to display the names of the devices. Click on the one you want to update.
- Select Update Driver.
- Select "Automatically search for updated driver software".
To find and download an update from the Windows Update Catalog:
- Go to the Windows Update Catalog Web site.
- Enter the search term in the Find text box.
- Click Search.
- Browse the list that appears to select the updates you want to download.
- Click Add for each selection to add it to the download basket.
- Click on the shopping cart under the search
- Check your list of updates and then click Download.
- Select the location where you want to save the updates.
- Click Next to start the download.
- When the download is complete, click Close to close the download window.