as bad as the problems might seem in hindsight there is no way to tell whether you’ll be affected or not.
As Internet outrage is still fueled by the misconception that Microsoft equals terrible software (I invite everyone to use another OS for at least a year or two before deciding whether really the grass is so much greener for the neighbors), by various conspiracy theorists who make a living, not so differently from no vax prophets, out of cautioning against the terribly evil plans of Microsoft’s, and additionally by the rules for headlines…
The impact of bugs is usually drastically overstated.
I usually give out a warning just in case for people who might have a melt-down if e.g. their printer suddenly stops printing but nothing ever came of it.
The impact of vulnerabilities is such that, much like vaccines, the people who benefit the most from updates, are often of the mindset that reject them altogether.
That is not to deny Microsoft’s QA slips, or minimize them, but alarmism usually just ends up backfiring, bringing about more severe consequences on average.