No. It is getting into startup repair from the recovery partition which is likely on the same hard drive.
Without knowing a lot more details, there are several things that may have gone wrong.
The contents of your Windows partition have been deleted, the partition reformatted, or the partition was deleted. All 3 have the same result on UEFI systems: the bootloader cannot find the files necessary to start Windows.
From the command prompt, start diskpart. Select your hard drive (disk 0 for most systems) with:
select disk 0
Then list all partitions:
On an EFI/GPT system, you should see 4 partitions if it is using the default Microsoft layout.
There will be an NTFS-formatted recovery partition, an unformatted reserved partition, a FAT32-formatted system partition, and your NTFS-formatted primary partition.