This article provides a step-by-step guide on uninstalling updates on your Windows 11 computer. Uninstalling updates can be helpful if you encounter problems with your system after a recent update. These issues may include slow performance, frequent crashes, or software incompatibilities. Removing the problematic update can potentially restore your computer's stability and performance.Here is how to uninstall an update:1. Right-click on the Start button, typically found at the lower left corner of the screen, then click on Settings. 2. From the Windows Settings screen that appears, click on Windows Update. 3. Click on View update history. 4. Under Related settings, click on Uninstall updates. 5. A Control Panel window will open with a list of updates sorted by date. Click on the update you want to remove and then click on Uninstall.