In today’s article we will see how to uninstall a upgrade from Windows 11, Microsoft’s new operating system that brings a good number of changes to consider. We will still have official security updates and support for Windows 10. So, for those of you who still want to stay on the older version of the OS; we have an option to uninstall the update and go back to the old operating system.
Obviously, as we always say and as most of us know, it is very important to keep all tools and software up to date. Especially if we talk about the operating system in general; the only way it is “acceptable” to uninstall an update is when we have hardware incompatibility or some other problem.
In other cases, it is best to get used to it or turn it around to make it work, updates improve vulnerabilities and make our system or the software we use more secure. That is why it is essential to have everything we use updated; to avoid losing information or putting at risk any kind of private data that we have.
Next, we are going to see all the steps that we must carry out in order to uninstall a Windows 11 update, it is very easy and in a few minutes it will be ready.
Uninstall Windows 11 update
The first thing we will have to do is press Windows + i, in order to enter the operating system Configuration. Once we are in the Settings interface, we will have to go to the left sidebar and click on “Windows Update”.
When we are on the “Windows Update” page we will click on “Update history”.
Now in the “Update history”, we go to the “Related settings” section and choose “Uninstall updates”.
Next, we will see a list of updates installed on our PC. In order to remove a specific update, we simply select it and then click the “Uninstall” button at the top.
A message will appear asking us if we really want to uninstall the update, so we confirm by clicking “Yes” and the process will start to be able to remove said update. Then we restart the computer and that’s it.