Is a new driver update is causing problems on Windows 10? In this guide, we show you how to quickly roll back to a previous version.
Although Windows 10 users receive driver updates frequently to improve performance and stability, address bugs, and introduce new features, sometimes updates roll out with compatibility issues and unknown problems that can negatively affect your experience.
You may come across a driver issue after updating the graphics adapter to the latest NVIDIA release. Or after installing the newest driver for your network or sound adapter, or any other piece of hardware. Thankfully, you can use the “Roll Back Driver” feature to revert the changes and run your computer with a previous version of a device driver, using Device Manager.
In this Windows 10 guide, we walk you through the steps to quickly remove and restore a previous version of a driver on your device.
How to quickly reinstall an older driver on Windows 10
To roll back a device driver to a previous version on Windows 10, use these steps: