Windows 10 provides excellent features in its latest version. So, if you don’t upgrade your OS, then you won’t be able to enjoy those advanced features. But, some of the technical glitches may arise after updating the Windows 10. Sometimes, the Windows update process creates a problem in installing new apps. Due to the incompatibility issues, your upgraded version of Windows 10 does not support all those installed apps. To fix this issue, you need to uninstall the Windows recent updates. Again, some of the latest updates become a significant issue in memory blockage. It takes more memory spaces. As a result, the running programs start crash automatically. Additionally, your system starts freezing frequently.
Multiple steps are there to remove the Windows latest update. You may follow the steps below to avoid any conflicts with the Windows 10 latest version.
First, reboot your system and click the option Troubleshoot from the Advanced Startup window, Now, in the Troubleshooting window, you need to choose Advanced options. At the bottom of the Advanced options screen, you will find a link See more recovery Options and click on it. Then, go to the option Go back to the previous build to get back the previous version of the Windows 10. It will take several minutes to proceed, so wait until it is finished and don’t turn off your system.
Press Windows key from the keyboard and open the Start menu. Choose the icon Settings from the left side of the Start menu. In this window, you will get a section “Update and Security” and click on Update History link from it. Now, click on another option Uninstall Updates Link. It will show the list of the installed updates which monitor the Windows features as well as specific programs in Windows 10.
Then, choose the update from the list which you want to undo. It will be categorized by the date of creation and status. In most of the cases, the recent Windows updates are stored in the top section of the list. Now, Click on the “Uninstall” button from the toolbar to remove the updates. But, the minor updates will not be uninstalled by tapping this button.
Finally, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process. Then, restart your system and check whether the new updates are removed or not.
First, open the Settings window by pressing “Windows+I” from the keyboard. Now, go the Update Security section and tap on the tab Recovery. Then, open the “Go back to an earlier build” section” section. Here, click on the Get Started button to roll back into the previous Windows version. If you don’t find it in this earlier build section, then make sure that you have upgraded it less than 10-12 days. Otherwise, the Windows will automatically clear away those files.
We have discussed briefly on how to recover the Windows previous version without facing any problem. Moreover, we have analyzed various options to resolve the Windows update issue. Hopefully, this article will assist the non-tech savvy person to handle the Windows reset problem efficiently.