Follow Blazetrends, when this happens, the user needs to know how to uninstall the update on the system, and in this article, the user will be guided to do so. These steps are identical on Windows 10 and Windows 11, so the content of the article will work with Windows 10. If you are already using Windows 11, users can follow the same steps.
Users can remove problematic updates in both Windows 10 and 11
Step 1: Access Windows Update through Windows Search or the Settings app.
Check the installed update history on the system
– Step 2: Click Update History to display the history of updates installed on the system. Users can click on each update for more information.
– Step 3: Click Uninstall updates option.
– Step 4: This will open Control Panel. This table will show the user a list of all the updates currently installed on his/her machine. Double-click any update that the user finds problematic and a dialog box will appear asking if they want to uninstall the update. Please click Yes.
Look for questionable updates that may be causing problems for Windows
– Step 5: While the update is being uninstalled, a progress bar will show up for a few minutes, wait for it to complete and then the user will be prompted to restart their PC to complete the uninstallation. Setting.
Then, if you think you made a mistake or still need the previously removed update, you can simply click Check for updates again on Windows Update. If it is still offered for the update check, the user can install it normally.