Use the Windows Update options in Settings to view Windows Update history, and explore a tool that lets you hide specific updates if you know that they are problematic. You can use the same tool to unhide and install them if you change your mind. Use System Restore to roll back Windows Updates when problems occur, or Device Manager to roll back driver updates.
- [Narrator] Have you ever had Windows install updates…only to find out later that they cause the computer…to become unstable?…There are a few ways to recover from this.…One is to use system restore…to revert the computer to a previous stable state,…although this won't keep Windows…from installing the update in the future.…A more destructive option is to refresh the PC.…Again though, you'll have the same issue.…However, it's possible to uninstall an update…and then hide it so it won't install again.…That's the approach I'll take here.…
To access the options to uninstall an update,…click start, click settings and click update and security.…From Windows update, click update history.…First, we'll uninstall the update so click uninstall update.…Select the problematic update and click uninstall.…Click yes to continue and wait while the process completes.…If you're prompted to restart the computer, do so.…Some updates may be automatically reinstalled…the next time your computer goes through…the updating process.…
You'll need to hide the update…
Note: The course also maps to the third part of MCSA exam 70-698, Installing and Configuring Windows 10. Taking this course will prepare you for objectives in the Manage and Maintain Windows domain of the test.
- Configuring Windows Update
- Updating Windows apps
- Reviewing event logs
- Using Resource Monitor and Performance Monitor
- Managing security with Windows Defender
- Creating a recovery drive
- Restoring and recovering files
- Recovering the OS with Windows Recovery
- Configuring authorization and authentication
- Securing Windows 10 with passwords
- Joining workgroups and domains
- Creating and using accounts
- Automating tasks with PowerShell
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Configure Updates
2. Monitor Windows
3. Configure System and Data Recovery
4. Configure Authorization and Authentication
5. Configure Advanced
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