It can be frustrating when your computer is running slow, or you just don’t like the latest version of Windows. Luckily, Microsoft makes it easy to roll back from the most recent version of Windows to an earlier version. In this post, we will go over how to roll back from a recent Windows 10 update back to an earlier version of Windows 10. LearnHow to Roll Back to Windows 10?
How to Roll Back to Windows 10?
- The first step in rolling back your Windows 10 update is accessing the recovery options menu. To do this, press and hold down the “Shift” key while selecting “Restart” from the power icon on the bottom right corner of your screen. This will take you to the Advanced Startup settings page. On this page, select “Troubleshoot”, then select “Advanced Options” and finally select “Go Back to an Earlier Build”. You will now be presented with a list of versions you can roll back to and asked why you want to go back. Select your answer and click next.
- Once you have selected which build you would like to return to, you will be prompted for confirmation about rolling back your system files and settings. Click confirm, then wait as Windows rolls back your system files and settings from the most recent version of Windows 10 back to your selected previous version. Depending on how old these files are, this process might take several minutes or more. During this time, make sure not to turn off your computer or interrupt this process in any way as it could cause damage or corrupt some important files on your machine.
- Once completed, restart your computer after being notified that the process has been successful by clicking restart now at the prompt screen that appears after completion of the process and that should complete rolling back from a recent windows 10 update! Now let’s look at some tips for ensuring this process runs smoothly in future attempts!
Rolling back from a recent Windows 10 update is relatively straightforward if done correctly following our guide above! However it is best practice going forward not only in preparation for similar circumstances but also in general maintenance of computer health that users often follow through with regular backups of their data so they can easily restore their system if necessary! Additionally it may be beneficial if users keep track of all updates made to their systems as well as any compatibility issues that arise with certain applications when updating! With these tips users can ensure smooth sailing when attempting future roll backs and/or updates should they need them!