Updates are an important part of any software, including operating systems. They fix your system vulnerabilities and errors, add new functions and much more. In other words, they play an important role in the security of your system.
However, there are also moments when they bring more bad than good and begin to produce BSODs, bugs and other problems that are due to their poor development or insufficient control. In such situations, the only way is to roll back / remove the update.
Fortunately, some operating systems, such as B. Windows 10 that this process runs very smoothly. All you have to do is follow the guidelines, click the mouse a few times and that’s it. You will remove the unwanted update in no time.
Reset the Windows 10 update
When talking about rolling back Windows 10 updates, you should know that this is a fairly simple process that consists of just a few steps:
- First enter Windows 10 the settingseither through the Start menu,
or by typing “The settings” by doing Search box,
and left click on it.
- After that, you should go to “Update & Security” Category,
Give that “Windows Update” tab
and left click on “Show update history” Tab.
- Once you’ve done that, type in the newly opened window “Uninstall updates”,
Find the update you want to remove and select it.
- Now all you have to do is click on “Uninstall” Tab and your unwanted update will be removed.
However, if the problem on your PC was caused by a major build update, not just a regular update, the whole process of resetting is a little different and includes the following steps:
- Just as with the regular update rollback, you’ll need to enter that to remove the main build “The settings” and then go to “Update & Security” Category.
- Once you do this, however, you should choose that “Restoration” Section,
Left click on “Getting started” Tab under the “Back to the previous version of Windows 10”
and your work is done.
- Note that this feature is only available up to 10 days after the upgrade. therefore if “Getting started”, below “Back to the previous version of Windows 10” The option is greyed out (as shown in the illustration) because the 10 day period has expired.