HOW TO UNINSTALL The Windows 10 Creators Update. If you have installed it or Microsoft in their wisdom have forced it on you and you encounter major problems, as some users and myself have, you might want to go back to your previous version. If you have been using Windows for a while, you might know how to do this, but just in case I set out the way below To uninstall the Creators Update, first go to Start then Settings and click on Update & security. Then click the Recovery link and then click on Get started under go back to the previous version of Windows 10. It then asks you why you are going back to the previous build. And you can select from the following, if you are not sure just tick any and keep them happy
- My apps or devices don’t work on this build
- Earlier builds seemed easier to use
- Earlier builds seemed faster
- Earlier builds seemed more reliable
- For another reason
Unless you select a reason for wanting to go back the Next button will not appear, this is a bit naughty as you might not have wanted the update anyway. Bear in mind, if you do revert to a previous build you may need to reinstall some apps and programs, and you will lose any changes you made to Settings after installing the Creators Update. You’ll also be advised to backup your files as a precaution.