Microsoft has released the first Feature Update for Windows 11. This update is called Windows 11 2022 Update Version 22H2. You might have just upgraded from Windows 11/10 to Windows 11 22H2. And if you aren’t satisfied with the new look, you want to downgrade to Windows 11/10 for various reasons.
From the return of features like Start menu folders and taskbar drag-and-drop to new additions like touch gestures for tablets and 2-in-1 laptops, it’s an exciting update for various reasons. But, as tends to be the case, issues are bound to crop up, or maybe you don’t like a particular change that affects your workflow.
Windows 11 allows you to roll back any major update for up to 10 days after installing it, so you can get back to something you know is more stable and works better for you. After 10 days, this copy will no longer be available, so you will need to install Windows 11 or 10 from scratch.
If you have problems after installing Windows 2022 Update or want to stay with the previous version for a bit longer, you can go back to Windows 11 or 10. This risewindows article will guide you on how to downgrade, uninstall or revert to Windows 11 2022 Update Version 22H2.
How to Rollback or Downgrade Windows 11 2022 Update (22H2)?
To uninstall or rollback Windows 11 2022 Update (22H2), perform the following steps:-
Step 1. Firstly, open the Settings app.
Step 2. Select
Step 3. Then, click on the
Step 4. After that, click the
Step 5. Next, you will be asked why you want to go back to the previous version of Windows when you click Go back. Select a reason and click the
Step 6. Then, the following screen will ask you to check for updates again so that if an update is available, you can install it to fix the issues you are experiencing currently. Click
When you’re done, your PC may take several hours to uninstall Windows 11 22H2 updates and revert to the previous build of Windows 11/10.
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