How To Roll Back Windows 10 Update From 1709 to 1703

This article of Geeabo teaches you How To Roll Back Windows 10 Update From 1709 to 1703.


Roll Back Windows 10 Update

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In my previous article I will already tell you about How To Install Windows 10 Fall Creators Update – Full Guide. But here I will going to tell you that How can you Roll Back Windows 10 Update From 1709 to 1703.

I’m writing this article because so many visitors said to me that I’m getting problem with this update, this update is not work in my pc as well and more.

But Windows 10 (1709) has so many new features that enhance the user experience and if I talk about my self then I very like to install latest updates either it is a Windows Pc or a Smartphone. 🙂


How To Roll Back Windows 10 Update From 1709 to 1703

Simply Follow the below steps to Roll Back Windows 10 Update –

1. Go to Settings.

2. Click on Update & Security.

3. Here you can see in the Left side of the screen Recovery option simply click on that.

4. Under the Recovery option you can see the option to Go back to the previous version of Windows 10. Below Go back to the previous version of Windows 10 you can see a Get Started button. Simply Click on the button.

Windows Settings

5. After click on Get Started button it will open a new window named Go back to earlier build and this will ask you Why are you going back? Simply give your reason to going back. This is also work as a feedback for Microsoft and Microsoft trying to solve the issue as soon as possible. Now click on Next button.

Why are you going back

6. After click on Next button this will ask you to Check for Updates? This will ask you Check for Updates because it may be possible that some windows update are pending and after installing these updates it might fix the problems that you’re having with Windows 10.

Check for Updates

If you want to use the latest version of windows 10 without any bugs then I recommend you to must check for updates once because this might fix the problems of your windows Pc.

If you don’t want to check for updates or after installing the latest version your problem not be fixed then simply click on No Thanks button to proceed.

8. Now this will tell you that After going back you lose something like apps or personalization etc. Going back should not affect your files or apps but Microsoft recommend you to create a backup.

After going back

Now click on Next.

9. After that this will remember you that if you used a password to sign in to your previous build, make sure you know it. Because if you don’t know the password then you won’t be able to sign in. If you know then click on Next.

Previous Build Password

10. At last click on Go back to earlier build button.

Go back to earlier build


So this was the whole process To Roll Back Windows 10 Update From 1709 to 1703.

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How To Roll Back Windows 10 Update From 1709 to 1703

15 thoughts on “How To Roll Back Windows 10 Update From 1709 to 1703

  • November 16, 2017 at 3:04 am
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    I have windows home 10 version 1709, I have lost internet protocol version 4 (TCP/IPV4). when I try to load I get this message that I have to change group policy, which is no longer on windows 10 home. So I been thinking of going back to version 1703 and see if that helps to recover IPV4.

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  • December 18, 2017 at 6:38 am
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    how can I revert from 1709 back to 1703? I do not have that back to earlier version button as it already after 10 days of installation. perhaps should I reinstall? and how to do it?

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    • December 18, 2017 at 10:20 am
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      Hey Jack,
      There is no any official option to revert back to Windows version 1709 to 1703 after 30 days. And there is also no any official way to stop Windows update in Windows 10.
      So I recommend you to install the latest update of Windows Fall Creators Update. And after that i hope you feel happy in using your Windows.
      Thanks

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  • December 27, 2017 at 9:26 pm
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    i had windows 10 for over a year and still nothing but trouble with it . would I have to install a clean copy of windows 8 to get rid of windows 10 ? and how would I do it

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    • December 28, 2017 at 12:06 pm
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      As I know, Windows 10 is the best Windows.
      Ya you can install windows 8 using IMG file.

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    • January 5, 2018 at 10:50 am
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      @George
      Simply you have to download the ISO image file of Windows 8 from the official website of Microsoft.
      And then copy it to a bootable drive or DVD then restart your pc into boot mode and then install the OS.
      But I think Windows 10 is better than Windows 8.

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  • January 6, 2018 at 9:37 am
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    Doesn’t work as settings is completely blank in 1709 update. Start button doesn’t do anything now, there is no way to power down the computer from the start menu (there is no start menu when you click the start button now), when you try typing in the Cortana search nothing shows up. Printer no longer works on my brand new HP laptop, just bought a month ago. Everything is also suddenly very slow. This 1709 update is the worst disaster Microsoft ever released, and that’s saying something!

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    • January 6, 2018 at 10:34 am
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      @James
      If possible, then try to reset your PC once. Go to Settings > Update and Security > Recovery > Reset This PC.
      But one thing I want to say that I have also a HP laptop with 1709 update and there is no problem at all except one problem in Microsoft edge browser.
      I recommend you to format your PC and do a fresh install.
      Hope you fix your issue by Installing a fresh image of Windows.
      Thanks.

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  • February 13, 2018 at 6:48 am
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    I have one computer that is having issues with Updates since it moved to 1709. I have tried new updates since then, but they always fail. I have had no issues with any other computer.

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  • February 13, 2018 at 6:52 am
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    Also, the same computer is hung up in trying to update the VS signature. I have restarted this computer several times, but that does not resolve the issues.

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  • February 22, 2018 at 3:22 am
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    i dont have that tab on recovery why is that?

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