If you've ever logged in to your system and found that the latest Windows 10 update has created a problem in your workflow, you'll be pleased to know that you can roll your OS back to it's previously working version. I'll walk you through the steps to do that in this movie.
- [Voiceover] One thing that I've not touched upon yet…is how to uninstall previously installed updates.…It's the opinion of most Windows experts…that keeping Windows updated automatically…is your best policy.…And it's still very unlikely…that you're going to be affected by a bad update.…But just to keep your bases covered, it's better to know…how to recover an older update just in case.…So let me do that in this video.…Let me demonstrate how to roll back…or uninstall Windows updates.…This will work if you have a problematic update…or maybe just want to roll it back to a previous version.…
Now, you may have noticed that the Windows 10 settings app…does not include a section to uninstall updates.…Therefore, if you need to get rid of an update,…you'll still need to use the Control Panel.…One more note.…Whenever you're making system changes to fix a problem,…you'll need to boot into Safe Mode first…to make those changes happen.…Safe Mode is a special mode of Windows…that doesn't load anything extra…other than what Windows needs just to boot.…
Note: The course maps to the Manage Updates and Recovery domain from the Configuring Windows Devices exam (70-697).
- Configuring system restore points
- Completing a system restore
- Performing a Windows refresh or reset
- Creating a system image
- Working with Windows Recovery Environment
- Configuring File History
- Recording files
- Configuring and managing updates