Whenever Windows does an update, whether it be the standard monthly Windows updates or especially the large "upgrade" types like the Anniversary Upgrade or the new Creators Update, they will frequently install the "Windows choice" for the correct driver on your computer. As you've found, they don't always work like they should. As such, after performing the update be sure to check ALL your drivers to see if they've installed something you don't want.
And just in case you aren't aware, it IS possible to prevent drivers from updating automatically in Windows 10. To do so, open the Control Panel, then the "System" icon, then the "Advanced system settings" link on the left side, then the "Hardware" tab, then the "Device Installation Settings" button, then select "NO (your device might not work as expected" box, choose "Apply", then OK.
The above option generally prevents drivers from updating automatically but if it doesn't for you, there is a "Show or Hide Updates Troubleshooter" tool that Microsoft provides. Although I've not needed to use it, here's Microsoft's link about it:
Hope this helps.
Post was last edited on April 15, 2017 10:51 AM PDT