If you’ve recently installed any update in Windows 10, and right after you started getting unexpected errors such as blue screen error, black screen error, etc. Sometimes Windows won’t boot, you may experience unexpected errors. Before you uninstall Windows 10 update, you might confirm that you’re really started getting error after the update is installed.
To uninstall windows 10 update, Either you can use a control panel or Windows 10’s settings when you’re able to sign in into Windows 10. If Windows doesn’t boot, In this situation you can boot Windows 10 in safe mode, and then uninstall update easily.
Uninstall Windows 10 Update
- First of all, Open Windows 10’s settings using Windows Logo+I shortcut key or start menu.
- In Windows settings, Go to Update & Security>Windows Update>View Update History.
- Click the Uninstall Update, This opens a new Window of Installed Updates.
- Find the update you recently installed, you can sort updates by date, select and right-click the update you want to remove then uninstall the update.
- Once it is finished, you can restart your PC.
If you’re unable to boot Windows, In this situation you can start Windows 10 in safe. If you don’t know how to start the Safe Mode, We’ve already covered: 4 Easy ways to Boot & Start Windows 10 Safe Mode
- Once your computer is in safe mode, Go to the taskbar search and search Control Panel and open it.
- Go to the following Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features location in the control panel.
- On the left-hand side, you’ll get an option “View Installed Updates”, click that.
- Find the update you recently installed, you can sort the installed updates list by date, select the update you want to uninstall then right-click and select uninstall, then click OK to uninstall windows 10 update.
- Once you’ve uninstalled Windows update, restart your PC.
Once you’ve uninstalled Windows 10 update, you can exit safe mode. To do this, first, open the RUN Box, then type msconfig and hit enter. After that, Go to the Boot tab, and under this option uncheck the Safe Boot box. Restart your PC now.