It is very good to keep your computer programs, especially Windows 10 up-to-date.
However, it is no longer a news that, some Windows 10 updates breaks down some users computer. If you are among those users who is experiencing issues with their computer because of a recent Windows 10 update, you have several options.
See also: 5 best Windows update repair tools
Fix Windows 10 Update Issues | Option 1
Usually after it is noticed that a Windows 10 update causes issues for user, Microsoft provides a workaround which users can use to fix the issue while waiting for another update that will does that permanently.
You should keep up with our fix series to know when those workarounds have be made available and how to apply them.
Fix Windows 10 Update Issues | Option 2
The second option you have is to uninstall the Windows 10 update that is causing the issues. Thankfully, that is what this post is all about.
So, here is the guide to uninstalling Windows 10 Updates.
Guide to Uninstalling Windows 10 Updates
Open the Settings app using Windows + I keyboard keys. Alternatively, you can use the Gear icon in the Start menu to open the Settings app.
When the Windows 10 Settings app opens, click on the Update & Security option, then on the View update history option.
Alternatively, you can just type in View update history into the Search bar of the Taskbar, then click on the View your Update history system settings option.
In the Views update history window, click on the Uninstall updates option.
In the Uninstall updates window, scroll down to the Microsoft Windows section, right-click on any update, and the click on the Uninstall option.
Finally, follow the instructions on the screen and reboot the device once the uninstall process finishes.
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