It took a long time for Microsoft to test and release the new update, now that it is here you can install it on your Windows 10 PCs. In case you are finding bugs or any other issue in Windows 10 May 2020 edition, there is an option to uninstall it. Microsoft lets you uninstall the latest update and roll back to the old version but there’s a limit to it.
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The Microsoft update can only be uninstalled within 10 DAYS after installation. There are two methods to uninstall the update and go back to the prior one. In this guide, we will show you how to do it.
Uninstalling the Update from within the Settings
Follow the guide in order to learn how to uninstall the Windows 10 2020 May Update:
- Go to the Windows Settings through the Start menu or by searching from the search bar on the taskbar.
- Click on “Updates & Security” in the Windows Settings window.
- Now navigate to the “Recovery” tab under the “Update & Security” heading on the left panel.
- Click on the “Get Started” button under the “Go back to the previous version of Windows 10” heading.
Uninstalling the Update from the Recovery Menu
You can also uninstall the Windows 10 May 2020 edition from outside the Windows 10 using the Recovery menu. Here’s how you can do it:
- On the Log-in window, press and hold the Shift key and click on the “Restart” option.
- From the blue screen, select “Troubleshoot” option.
- From the “Troubleshoot” screen, select “Advanced options”.
- Select “Uninstall Updates” to uninstall the latest update.
- Now select the “Uninstall latest feature update” option to remove the update from your system. Click through the wizard.
- The system will ask you to provide the Windows user account password in order to continue the uninstall.
The new Windows 10 May 2020 update will be uninstalled from the system and roll back to the previous version.