How to Uninstall in Windows 10
If you experience problems after installing the update, Windows 10 (like its predecessor) offers a fairly easy way to delete the update. One way to uninstall updates is through Control Panel, Command Prompt, and Settings.
In this tutorial, ApplicationPC will provide a way to delete updates in Windows 10. The method below applies to all editions of Windows 10.
- Method 1 – Uninstall update Windows 10 through Control Panel
- Method 2 – Uninstall update Windows 10 through Command Prompt
- Method 3 – Uninstall update Windows 10 through Settings
Method 1 of 3
Uninstall update Windows 10 through Control Panel
Step 1: Open the Control Panel. How, type Control Panel in the Start menu or the taskbar search box and then press the Enter key.
Step 2: Click Uninstall a program to open the Programs and Features window.
Step 3: On the left side of Programs and Features, click the link with the label View installed updates to display all updates installed on your PC.
Step 4: Finally, right-click on the update that you want to delete and then click the Uninstall button to delete the update.
Method 2 of 3
Uninstall update Windows 10 through Command Prompt
Step 1: To delete an update via Command Prompt, the first time you need to open a Command Prompt with administrator rights. How type CMD on the Start menu then right-click on the search results and click Run As Administrator.
Another way is to right-click the Start button on the taskbar and then click Command Prompt (admin).
Step 2: After the Command Prompt window opens, type the following command to display all installed updates followed by entering afterward.
wmic qfe list brief /format:table
Step 3: Next, retype the command below to delete the update.
wusa /uninstall /kb:updatenumber
Change update number with the KB number from the update that was obtained from step 2. To get the update number, you can also use the step I previously mentioned in method 1 to display the update along with the KB number.
Click the Yes button if you see a confirmation message.
Method 3 of 3
Uninstall update Windows 10 through Settings
Step 1: Open Settings by clicking on the Settings icon in the Start menu or using the Windows + I button combination.
Step 2: click date and security.
Step 3: Click the Windows Update . Click the Advanced options link to display the advanced settings from Windows update.
Step 4: Click the Vew your update history link to display all updates installed on your Windows 10. As you can see in the picture below, in the Windows list displays the KB number, the install date, and the update type.
Step 5: Click the link with the Uninstall updates label to open the update window installed through the Control Panel.
Step 6: Finally, right-click on the update that you want to delete and then click the Uninstall button . Click the Yes button if a dialog message appears. And if needed, restart your computer after deleting the update.