Uninstall specific Windows updates
Friday, November 25, 2011/
Occasionally you may download a Windows update with a feature that you don’t like, or perhaps it’s causing problems. For whatever reason, you may just want to get rid of it.
To do so, it’s an easy process. Open the control panel, then get into the programs feature, then open the “view installed updates” link.
Once you’ve done that, you can click on any installed update, and then select the “uninstall” option. You can always go back and install them later if you need to.
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