Open Settings on Windows 10.
Click on Update & Security.
Click on Troubleshoot.
Click the “Additional troubleshooters” option.
Under the “Get up and running” section, select the Windows Update option.
Click the Run the troubleshooter button.
Update with an efficient admin command line
Press the custom Windows logo key + S or select “Search”, type cmd, and then select “Run as administrator” from the command prompt on the right. Wait a few minutes for the task to complete directly, then open Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update again.
Just tap or click Settings.
Click “Update another recovery” or “Update”.
Tap or click Recovery. Under Update your computer without affecting your files, click Periodically or click Start.
Click Update to start the update process.
After the update process is completed, a list of removed applications will appear on the desktop.
Update your current computer to reinstall Windows and keep your personal files and settings. The update also preserves the apps that came with your computer and games installed from the Microsoft Store. Restart your computer to reinstall Windows, but remove your files, settings, and then applications, except for the applications that followed your computer.
Free up disk space and defrag your disk
Really complex Windows 10 updates often take up a lot of disk or top-level space, so you need to make room for them to speed up the whole installation. This means that you must remove old files and remove software that you no longer need.
Check for updates. Navigate to the Windows 10 search form on the taskbar.
Type “Windows Update” (without quotes).
Select “Check for Updates” from the search results.
The “Settings” selection window will appear
Update and restart Windows Update. If you have editions available and need to reboot to install, open Settings by running Windows + i and then “Windows select Update” in the sidebar. In the Windows Update sections, click Check for Updates and, if available, you will be able to install them and restart your PC by clicking Restart Now.
To do this, follow these steps: Press the Windows I + keys to open the Settings menu on your Windows 11 PC.
After that, go to “System” and scroll down to find the recovery option.
Here you can see a small selection of options.
You should now be able to access your back screen and Windows 10.
On the next screen, this item will ask you to check for updates so they can fix your problems with Windows 11.
Other products and solutions
If you have a Windows 10 installation disc, just plug it into your computer. Otherwise, also download the latest Windows 10 ISO file (the previous option will do).
Open ISO CD/DVD or installation file. Find and run Setup.exe at the root of the entire directory.
Wait a bit and you will definitely see the Windows 10 configuration window.
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