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Old 12-16-2018, 04:39 PM   #5
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Easiest solution,

Press windows button on keyboard, type settings, hit enter.
Go to update and security.
In the sidebar click recovery.
You should see a header, go back to a previous build, click get started.

Windows 10 updates are automatic and cannot easily be turned off, much to the frustration of many users. But this should fix your issue.

Believe this fix is only available for 10 days, after that windows deletes the previous build.
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