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How to Roll Back a Windows 11 Update if There Are Issues

Summary: This article provides information about how to roll back on Windows 11 updates.

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Roll Back a Windows 11 Update

If you have updated your windows recently, you meet problems, or don't like the current windows version, you can uninstall your windows updates.

To uninstall and roll back to the previous version of Windows, use these steps:

  1. Open the System Settings.
  2. Click on System.
  3. Click the Recovery page on the right side. (See Figure.1)
    System Recovery Page
    Figure.1 System Recovery Page
  4. Under the Recovery options section, in the Previous version of Windows settings. Click the Go back button.
    Go bakc.jpg
    Figure.2 Go back
    Note: If the option is not available, you may need to use the reinstallation process as outlined below.
  5. Select any of the reasons available. (See Figure.2)
    Earlier builds seemed more reliable.jpg
    Figure.3 Earlier builds seemed more reliable
  6. Click the Next button.
  7. Click the No, thanks button. (See Figure.4)
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    Figure.4 Check for updates
  8. Click the Next button. (See Figure.5)
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    Figure.5 Don't get locked out
  9. Click the Next button again. (See Figure.6)
    Don't get locked out
    Figure.6 Don't get locked out
  10. Click the Go back to earlier build button. (See Figure.7)
    thanks for trying out this build
    Figure.7 Thanks for trying out this build

After you complete the steps, you should wait until a new update that fixes the problem releases to try the upgrade again.

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23 Jan 2024



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