How to Roll Back a Windows 11 Update if There Are Problems
If you recently upgraded your Windows, have issues, or dislike the current Windows version, you can delete the updates.
Follow these procedures to uninstall and revert to the prior version of Windows:
- Open the System Settings.
- Click on System.
- Click the Recovery page on the right side. (See Figure.1)
Figure 1 shows the System Recovery Page.
In the Previous version of Windows settings, under the Recovery options section. Go back by clicking the Back button.
Note: If the choice is not accessible, you may need to reinstall the software as described below.
Select any of the reasons available. (See Figure.2)
Figure 3: Previous builds appeared to be more trustworthy.
Next, click the button.
Select the No, thank you option. (See Fig. 4)
Figure.4 Check for updates
Click the Next button. (See Figure.5)
Figure 5: Avoid being locked out.
Click the Next button once more. (See Fig. 6)
Figure 6: Avoid being locked out.
Go back to a previous build by clicking the button. (See Fig. 7)
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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