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Windows 10 Will Now Automatically Uninstall Buggy Windows Updates

Windows 10 Will Now Automatically Uninstall Buggy Windows Updates

The new feature takes things a step further by directly mirroring your Android phone's screen on a Windows 10 PC.

You'll need a computer that can support Bluetooth Low Energy, which will be mandatory for future PC models.

In January of 2020, Windows 7 will officially reach its end of life and unless you are willing to pay up, your install of the OS will no longer be supported.

The rollout of new cumulative updates started earlier today, and at the time of writing this article, I'm not aware of any issues that might cause the installation to fail. Your device has recently recovered from a startup failure if you have received this notification: "We removed some recently installed updates to recover your device from a startup failure".

New Windows patch might make some games perform worse

The next major Windows 10 update will arrive in April and is rumoured to contain some of the improvements Microsoft has plans for PC gaming.

In a recently published support document, Microsoft explains that Windows may attempt to roll back recently downloaded updates in the event of startup failure. One of the more exciting aspects was Android app mirroring, and now Windows Insiders can finally try out this feature.

Having Windows cease to operate after updates is a rather scary occurrence. Either way, this does mean that phone screen mirroring for Your Phone and Android is just around the corner, and we'll have a hands-on video showcasing the feature in action as soon as possible.

It works via the Microsoft-created Your Phone mobile app, which is designed to help Android smartphones link to Windows 10 PCs.

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