It is good news for us that Microsoft rolled out the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, as some bugs will be fixed and new features will be added. But the update is not perfect. After you installed the update, if you encountered serious problems like freezing system, maybe it isn’t good for you. If you want, you can uninstall the update. 

How to Uninstall Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Follow these steps:

1. Type settings in the search box at the bottom left corner of the desktop, then a menu with the search results will pop up. Click Settings in the menu.

2. Click Update & security.

3. Select Recovery in left pane.

4. Click Get started. Then follow the instructions to reset your PC.

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