Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 11099, the first Windows 10 Insider build of the year to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring. The new build includes a welcome fix for the broken progress dialog bar when copying or deleting files via File Explorer, an issue that was introduced in the last PC preview release, build 11082. And also along with it, there are some known issues. That means some of you might fail to update to Windows 11099 without losing anything and fix known update issues. So, in this page, we would like to introduce you how to uninstall windows 10 update and go back to previous build. Hope it is helpful!
Known Issues of Windows 10 Build 11099
All the above issues are the possible problems that might happen after Windows 10 build 11099. If you are not able to successfully fix them, you might need to uninstall windows 10 update and go back to previous build. It is the most efficient and easiest way to fix Windows 10 build 11099 update problems. Here we will show you how to do it in two ways.
1. Click on Start Menu and click on Settings > Update & Security > Recovery
2. Click on on Get Started under Go back to an earlier build.
Note: You can only do this when you've upgraded recently (should be less than 30 days from the date of Windows 10 11099 installed date) and you've not deleted Windows.old folder.
If everything is fine, you'll see Getting things ready, This won't take long screen, otherwise, you'll get We're sorry, but you can't go back, The files we need to take you to a previous version of Windows were removed from this PC.
If the first method is not helpful, please don’t worry! You have another choice: uninstall Windows 10 update and revert back to previous build with EaseUS Windows backup software. The program is a third-party professional backup utility that allows you to backup system, files, installed programs, and even settings and restore them to the previous state easily whenever you have a need. You can try it to uninstall Windows 10 update and downgrade to previous build by creating a backup image of your system partition before Windows 10 11099 update.
For a detailed guide, please refer to system recovery.
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