How to Uninstall Windows 10 Updates

By removing updates you can downgrade your version without losing any data.


  1. Open the Control Panel: Press the "Windows" key on your keyboard and type "Control Panel." Select "Control Panel" from the search results to open it.

  2. Switch to "Category" View: To access the "View installed updates" option, change the Control Panel view to "Category." Look for the "View by" option, usually located in the top-right corner of the Control Panel window.

  3. Click on "Category": Click on the "Category" option from the drop-down menu. This will change the Control Panel view to the "Category" view, organizing options by categories.

  4. Now you should now see the "Programs" category on the bottom left.

  5. Click on "Uninstall a program" and then click "View installed updates" option on the left top.

  6. Scroll through the list of installed updates to find enablement updates which are the ones you need to remove. These updates are usually labeled such as "Feature Update to Windows 10 22H2 via Enablement Package" you want to remove that one.

  7. After selecting the desired updates, click on the "Uninstall" button.

  8. Wait for Uninstallation: The uninstallation process may take some time, depending on the number of updates you selected. Allow the process to complete.

  9. Restart your PC.

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