Updates and drivers are installed automatically, with no need to select which updates are needed or not needed.” –Microsoft Support If you’d like to keep your custom drivers or if you’re not keen on updating a running system, let us show you how to lock in your drivers.
It's designed to operate in the background, automatically keeping your system safe and running smoothly.We show you how it works and what you can customize.“In Windows 10, your device is always kept up to date with the latest features and fixes. It has advantages, like improved security, but it can also go wrong. At the same time, mandatory updates make life more difficult for those who like to tweak their system. It takes the responsibility of updates off your shoulders.Right-click the Start button, select Device Manager, right-click the respective device, select Properties, switch to the Driver tab, and click the Roll Back Driver button.
When you’re done, move on to blocking the automatic driver update, which will inevitably be initiated during the next Windows Update cycle.