Removing Updates from your Computer

If you want to delete certain updates from your system, then you can do this by clicking on the ‘Installed Updates’ link in the control panel.

• Once you get to that page, you will be given a list of all the updates that you have previously allowed to be installed in your computer.

• Choose the update or updates that you want to remove and click ‘uninstall’.

The computer will ask you if you really want to remove the updates.

If you are sure, then you just have to click yes and the updates will be deleted.

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