How to uninstall Windows April 10, 2018 Update

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If you have problems with Windows April 10, 2018 Update v1803 after installing it, you can uninstall it and return it to the previous version of Windows 1709 or cancel it. Most of you may be familiar with the instructions, but for those of you who are not, this message will help you uninstall the Windows 10 April 2018 update from your PC.

Uninstall Windows April 10, 2018 Update

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To uninstall Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, open the Start menu. Then click on the link Settings.

After opening the Settings window, click Update and Security and select Recovery Settings.

Then click the Get started button under Go back to a earlier build section.

The process begins and you are asked why you are returning to the previous version of Windows 10.

The options are:

  • My applications or devices don’t work on this build
  • Previous builds seemed easier to use
  • Previous builds seemed faster
  • Previous builds seemed more reliable
  • For another reason – tell them more.


Do what you need to do and click Next to continue. If you wish, you can now choose Cancel.

Remember that when you go back, you lose any settings or applications you installed after upgrading to the current version.


Windows 10 offers the possibility to check for updates. Maybe new corrections have been published!


Remember to write down your password or login information, as you will need to enter it after completing the process.


Click Next, and you will be grateful for trying this build.

Once you are sure, click the Back to an earlier Build button and the upgrade process will begin.

As a security measure, you must also back up your data before you begin.

If you have done so, you can postpone the installation of Windows Updates on your Windows 10.

Best wishes!

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