Open the Control Panel.
Open the Control Panel. If you’re using Windows 10, you can find the Control Panel in the Start menu. In the Control Panel, select Programs and then select Programs and Features. On the left side of the window that appears, select Uninstall a program. Find Creators Update in the list of installed programs and then select it. To confirm that you want to uninstall Creators Update, select Yes.
Click on Programs.
In the list of programs, find and select the program you want to remove.
To the right of the program name, click Uninstall.
If you’re prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
Click on Programs and Features.
1) Click on the Start Menu.
2) Type in programs and features into the Search Bar.
3) Find the program you want to uninstall in the list of programs and click on it.
4) Click on Uninstall/Change.
5) Follow the prompts to uninstall the program.
Locate the entry for your version of Windows 10 (Creators Update), and then click on it once to select it.
1.In the left pane of the Registry Editor, locate and then click on the following registry key:
2.In the Uninstall key, you will find subkeys that begin with “GUID”. These are GUIDs (globally unique identifiers) that correspond to each installed program on your computer. You need to find the subkey that corresponds to Windows 10 (Creators Update). To do this, look at the “DisplayName” value for each subkey. This value will tell you the name of the program that is associated with that subkey. Once you find the entry for Windows 10 (Creators Update), right-click on it, and then click on Delete.
3.When prompted, click on Yes to confirm that you want to delete this key.
4.Close the Registry Editor, and then restart your computer when you are done.
Click on the Uninstall button that appears at the top of the list.
Microsoft has released a new major update to Windows 10, dubbed the “Creators Update.” This update introduces a number of new features and improvements, but as with any major update there’s also the potential for some issues. If you’ve installed the Creators Update and you’re experiencing problems, you may want to uninstall it and go back to the previous version of Windows 10. Here’s how.
Windows 10 will now begin uninstalling the Creators Update.
This process will take some time, and your computer will restart a few times during it. Make sure you don’t power off your PC while this is happening. Once the uninstallation is complete, your computer will roll back to the previous version of Windows 10. This will also delete any files you’ve added since upgrading to the Creators Update, so make sure you’ve backed them up first.
Once the process is finished, you will be prompted to restart your computer.
If you are not happy with the Windows 10 Creators Update, there is a way to uninstall it and go back to the previous version of Windows 10. Here’s how:
- Go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Recovery.
- Under “Go back to an earlier build”, click Get started.
- Follow the instructions to uninstall the Windows 10 Creators Update and go back to the previous version of Windows 10.