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2022-01-12


(Video) PC Acting Up? How to Uninstall The Latest Cumulative Update KB5009543

Windows updates often bring bug fixes, security patches, and new features to your PC, but they can also bring certain problems. If you’re noticing some quirkiness after installing the latest update, you can uninstall it to get things working again.

If the new security update released this Patch Tuesday has caused some odd behavior or broken one of your peripherals, uninstalling it should be pretty easy. Even if the computer is booting fine, I recommend booting into Safe Mode before uninstalling an update, just to be on the safe side.

Open the Start menu, click the Power button, then hold Shift as you press Restart to access the Windows recovery menu when your device reboots.

In the recovery menu, go to Troubleshoot / Advanced Options / Startup Settings / Restart. Once your computer restarts, you’ll see a list of options, and you can press the number 3 on your keyboard to enter Safe Mode.

Once you’re in Safe Mode, head to Settings / Update and Security / View Update History and click the "Uninstall Updates" link at the top. Windows will now show you a list of recently installed updates, complete with links to more detailed descriptions of each patch alongside the date you installed it.

Select the update in question, then click the "Uninstall". It’ll take a moment, but once it’s finished, you'll be prompted to restart your PC for these changes to take effect. After the reboot, you'll see if your problems persist.

Note that once you uninstall an update, it will try installing again the next time you check for updates, so I recommend pausing your updates until your problem is fixed.





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