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Click the “Driver” tab and click “Roll Back Driver”.

The option to roll back a driver was added in Windows 10’s Anniversary Update.

Boot into safe mode, if you need to, Head to Settings Windows Update and click “Update history”.

You’ll see a list of updates and the dates they were installed here.

Restart your computer and your driver will be updated!

Next, you’ll need to uninstall the offending update or driver update—but doing so is different for each. This link takes you to the “Uninstall an update” dialog, where you can uninstall an individual Windows Update if it’s causing problems on your system.

The option to uninstall Windows Updates (not driver updates) is buried in the Settings app. This only lists all the updates that have been installed since the last major update, or “build“, of Windows 10.

To roll back a driver, right-click the Start button at the bottom-left corner of your screen or press Windows X and select Device Manager to launch the Device Manager.

Locate the device whose driver you want to uninstall, right-click it, and select “Properties”.