How to Uninstall Broken Windows 10 Updates
Microsoft typically recommends users to install Windows updates as soon as possible, and this is one of the reasons the company says it’s a good idea to keep Windows Update automatic updates turned on.
And while this is indeed a good approach to remain secure, history has shown that botched updates can ruin everything, from Windows features to the complete operating system.
The typical methods to remove Windows updates have been around for a while, but given the recent Meltdown and Spectre fiasco that included several botched updates, I think it’s worth reminding users doing this is not at all rocket science.
And, more importantly, the methods described here can be performed on any Windows version, though the steps might be a little bit different.
Method #1 – Using the Settings app
Microsoft is hard at work to get rid of the classic Control Panel and move everything to Settings, and while this could make sense given the company’s future… (read more)
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