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How to uninstall the Windows 10 Anniversary Update


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If the anniversary update isn't working for you, you can roll it back. Here's how:

 

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"Anniversary Update troubles? Roll back to the pre-AU version of Windows 10.

 

The highly anticipated Windows 10 Anniversary Update dropped earlier this month, but for some users it's...not great. Specifically, many people found they can no longer use their webcams for things like Skype video chat or Open Broadcaster Software. Microsoft is currently working on a fix, but said fix may not drop until September.

 

If you're having the webcam issue or a different issue after installing the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, there is some good news: You can uninstall it, at least temporarily. Windows 10 allows you to roll back to an earlier build of the OS. But be warned, you can't put off updating forever (well...you can try).

 

In the meantime, here's how to get back to the pre-Anniversary Update version of Windows 10, at least until Microsoft releases an update to the update.

 

Roll back

Windows 10 makes it fairly easy to go back to an earlier build if the most recent update isn't working for you. Here's how to do it:"

 

THe rest with a screen shot can be found here: http://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-uninstall-the-windows-10-anniversary-update/?ftag=CAD3c77551

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