Microsoft's idea of Windows as a service and quality assurance with two featured updates per year is poor.
Their 1809 release is a case in point, it was pulled after users complained of deleted files, even though
the problem had been highlighted by some of their insider preview testers. In addition some Winows 10 Pro
users complained of their machines becoming Windows 10 Home machines.
Users of Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise/Education can delay installation of updates, alas this option is not available to
Windows 10 Home users, and yet this is the very group most vunerable to broken updates with the least resources
to correct any issues created by a defective update.
My main machine runs Windows 7, and I will be begin looking for a replacement in a couple of months.