For those running the Windows 10, version 1709 release, it appears that the unusual use of AMD in the naming of the updates has been fixed and they are now listed again as X64 in the naming.
It also appears that the Feature update deferral bug has been fixed as noted in the MSpoweruser site, but I’ve not seen authoritative release notes posted to know whether the issue was fixed on Microsoft’s side or if it was fixed in the November patch of KB4051963. But you can now safely defer feature updates without impacting security updates as well.
What to do: Be assured that version 1709 now properly defers feature updates.
Adobe Released Updates to Flash Player
For Windows 10, and 8.1, expect to see KB4053577 that should be installed as soon as possible. For Windows 7 machines, if you have flash installed, expect to see a standalone update offered from Adobe Flash addressing this Adobe issue.
What to do: Check your Flash and expect an update for Windows 7 machines.