This past week, in record time, Microsoft removed the Windows 10 1809 update from all their servers and software sources and stopped the rollout via Windows Update to users because of a bug that deleted user data. Record time. The last time an issue like this stopped an update, it was Windows 10 version 1607 that broke millions of webcams by removing the H.264 codec, and it took almost two weeks for the update to be halted. After issuing a fix for the data loss, Microsoft started to roll out 1809 again late yesterday afternoon. But now it’s broken in new and exciting ways.