Microsoft once again shipped a wrong Windows 10 update to its users. The Redmond giant recently pushed Windows 10 Autopilot update ‘KB4532441,’ which was supposed to roll out to Windows Autopilot configured devices only, everyone along with the Patch Tuesday updates that were rolled out on December 10.
Back in October, Microsoft committed the same mistake by accidentally pushing a patch, which was supposed to be available for Autopilot configured devices, to every Windows 10 user.
The good news is Microsoft was quick to acknowledge the issue and pulled the update with the following explanation:
This update was available through Windows Update. However, we have removed it because it was being offered incorrectly. When an organization registers or configures a device for Windows Autopilot deployment, the device setup automatically updates Windows Autopilot to the latest version.
Note: There is no effect on Windows Autopilot being offered to Windows 10 devices. If you were offered this update and do not use Autopilot, installing this update will not affect you. Windows Autopilot update should not be offered to Windows 10 Home.
Microsoft also clarified that there is no negative impact of this update on your PC, meaning that you will not face any issue after installing the latest patch(via Windowslatest). If you’re one of those who installed the patch, you can easily uninstall the update.