Xcode consists of a suite of tools that developers use to build apps for Apple platforms. Use Xcode to manage your entire development workflow—from creating your app to testing, optimizing, and submitting it to the App Store. Xcode can launch its development tools, or you can launch them independently from the Xcode Open Developer Tool menu. Xcode 3.1 was an update release of the developer tools for Mac OS X, and was the same version included with the iPhone SDK. It could target non-Mac OS X platforms, including iPhone OS 2.0. It included the GCC 4.2 and LLVM GCC 4.2 compilers. Another new feature since Xcode 3.0 is that Xcode's SCM support now includes Subversion 1.5.
Utorrent ipad. 1) Install the latest Xcode command line tools
Windows 10 Go Back to Previous Build Not Working. Actually, it is quite common for users to demand a Windows OS downgrade or rollback by using the recovery feature found in this path: Settings Update & Security Recovery Go back to an earlier build. If you have an earlier release of Mac OS X, you may download the latest version of Xcode for Mac OS X 10.5 (Xcode 3.0 and Xcode 3.1 Developer Tools) or 10.4 (Xcode 2.4.1 and Xcode 2.5 Developer Tools) from the Apple developer website.
2) Install fastlane
3) Navigate to your project and run
This page contains a list of all built-in fastlane actions and their available options.
To get the most up-to-date information from the command line on your current version you can also run
You can import another
Fastfile by using the
import action. This is useful if you have shared lanes across multiple apps and you want to store a
Fastfile in a separate folder. The path must be relative to the
Fastfile this is called from.
For fastlane plugins, check out the available plugins page.If you want to create your own action, check out the local actions page.
|scan||Alias for the ||ios, mac|
|slather||Use slather to generate a code coverage report||ios, mac|
|swiftlint||Run swift code validation using SwiftLint||ios, mac|
|xcov||Nice code coverage reports without hassle||ios, mac|
|sonar||Invokes sonar-scanner to programmatically run SonarQube analysis||ios, android, mac|
|oclint||Lints implementation files with OCLint||ios, android, mac|
|gcovr||Runs test coverage reports for your Xcode project||ios|
|lcov||Generates coverage data using lcov||ios, mac|
|appium||Run UI test by Appium with RSpec||ios, android|
|xctool||Run tests using xctool||ios, mac|
|run_tests||Easily run tests of your iOS app (via scan)||ios, mac|
|xcode_server_get_assets||Downloads Xcode Bot assets like the ||ios, mac|
|gym||Alias for the ||ios, mac|
|cocoapods||Runs ||ios, mac|
|gradle||All gradle related actions, including building and testing your Android app||ios, android|
|clear_derived_data||Deletes the Xcode Derived Data||ios, mac|
|adb||Run ADB Actions||android|
|xcversion||Select an Xcode to use by version specifier||ios, mac|
|xcodebuild||Use the ||ios, mac|
|carthage||Runs ||ios, mac|
|xcode_select||Change the xcode-path to use. Useful for beta versions of Xcode||ios, mac|
|ensure_xcode_version||Ensure the right version of Xcode is used||ios, mac|
|clean_cocoapods_cache||Remove the cache for pods||ios, mac|
|verify_xcode||Verifies that the Xcode installation is properly signed by Apple||ios, mac|
|xcode_install||Make sure a certain version of Xcode is installed||ios, mac|
|verify_pod_keys||Verifies all keys referenced from the Podfile are non-empty||ios, mac|
|xcbuild||Builds the project using ||ios, mac|
|build_android_app||Alias for the ||ios, android|
|create_xcframework||Package multiple build configs of a library/framework into a single xcframework||ios, mac|
|build_app||Easily build and sign your app (via gym)||ios, mac|
|xcclean||Cleans the project using ||ios, mac|
|build_ios_app||Alias for the ||ios|
|spm||Runs Swift Package Manager on your project||ios, android, mac|
|xcarchive||Archives the project using ||ios, mac|
|build_mac_app||Alias for the ||mac|
|xctest||Runs tests on the given simulator||ios, mac|
|xcexport||Exports the project using ||ios, mac|
|snapshot||Alias for the ||ios, mac|
|screengrab||Alias for the ||android|
|frameit||Alias for the ||ios, android, mac|
|frame_screenshots||Adds device frames around all screenshots (via frameit)||ios, android, mac|
|capture_ios_screenshots||Generate new localized screenshots on multiple devices (via snapshot)||ios, mac|
|capture_screenshots||Alias for the ||ios, mac|
|capture_android_screenshots||Automated localized screenshots of your Android app (via screengrab)||android|
|increment_build_number||Increment the build number of your project||ios, mac|
|set_info_plist_value||Sets value to Info.plist of your project as native Ruby data structures||ios, mac|
|get_version_number||Get the version number of your project||ios, mac|
|get_info_plist_value||Returns value from Info.plist of your project as native Ruby data structures||ios, mac|
|update_info_plist||Update a Info.plist file with bundle identifier and display name||ios|
|update_app_identifier||Update the project's bundle identifier||ios|
|get_build_number||Get the build number of your project||ios, mac|
|increment_version_number||Increment the version number of your project||ios, mac|
|update_project_team||Update Xcode Development Team ID||ios, mac|
|update_app_group_identifiers||This action changes the app group identifiers in the entitlements file||ios|
|get_ipa_info_plist_value||Returns a value from Info.plist inside a .ipa file||ios, mac|
|recreate_schemes||Recreate not shared Xcode project schemes||ios, mac|
|update_url_schemes||Updates the URL schemes in the given Info.plist||ios, mac|
|set_build_number_repository||Set the build number from the current repository||ios, mac|
|set_pod_key||Sets a value for a key with cocoapods-keys||ios, mac|
|update_keychain_access_groups||This action changes the keychain access groups in the entitlements file||ios|
|update_plist||Update a plist file||ios|
|sigh||Alias for the ||ios, mac|
|match||Alias for the ||ios, mac|
|cert||Alias for the ||ios|
|import_certificate||Import certificate from inputfile into a keychain||ios, android, mac|
|update_project_provisioning||Update projects code signing settings from your provisioning profile||ios, mac|
|resign||Codesign an existing ipa file||ios|
|register_devices||Registers new devices to the Apple Dev Portal||ios, mac|
|register_device||Registers a new device to the Apple Dev Portal||ios|
|get_certificates||Create new iOS code signing certificates (via cert)||ios|
|sync_code_signing||Easily sync your certificates and profiles across your team (via match)||ios, mac|
|install_provisioning_profile||Install provisioning profile from path||ios, mac|
|match_nuke||Easily nuke your certificate and provisioning profiles (via match)||ios, mac|
|update_code_signing_settings||Configures Xcode's Codesigning options||ios, mac|
|get_provisioning_profile||Generates a provisioning profile, saving it in the current folder (via sigh)||ios, mac|
|notarize||Notarizes a macOS app||mac|
|jazzy||Generate docs using Jazzy||ios, mac|
|appledoc||Generate Apple-like source code documentation from the source code||ios, mac|
|pilot||Alias for the ||ios|
|testflight||Alias for the ||ios|
|deploygate||Upload a new build to DeployGate||ios, android|
|apteligent||Upload dSYM file to Apteligent (Crittercism)||ios|
|appetize||Upload your app to Appetize.io to stream it in browser||ios, android|
|testfairy||Upload a new build to TestFairy||ios, android|
|appaloosa||Upload your app to Appaloosa Store||ios, android, mac|
|nexus_upload||Upload a file to Sonatype Nexus platform||ios, android, mac|
|installr||Upload a new build to Installr||ios|
|splunkmint||Upload dSYM file to Splunk MINT||ios|
|tryouts||Upload a new build to Tryouts||ios, android|
|podio_item||Creates or updates an item within your Podio app||ios, android, mac|
|upload_to_testflight||Upload new binary to App Store Connect for TestFlight beta testing (via pilot)||ios|
|pem||Alias for the ||ios|
|update_urban_airship_configuration||Set Urban Airship plist configuration values||ios|
|onesignal||Create or update a new OneSignal application||ios, android|
|get_push_certificate||Ensure a valid push profile is active, creating a new one if needed (via pem)||ios|
|deliver||Alias for the ||ios, mac|
|supply||Alias for the ||android|
|appstore||Alias for the ||ios, mac|
|upload_app_privacy_details_to_app_store||Upload App Privacy Details for an app in App Store Connect||ios, mac|
|download_from_play_store||Download metadata and binaries from Google Play (via supply)||android|
|download_app_privacy_details_from_app_store||Download App Privacy Details from an app in App Store Connect||ios, mac|
|upload_to_app_store||Upload metadata and binary to App Store Connect (via deliver)||ios, mac|
|upload_to_play_store_internal_app_sharing||Upload binaries to Google Play Internal App Sharing (via supply)||android|
|upload_to_play_store||Upload metadata, screenshots and binaries to Google Play (via supply)||android|
|ensure_git_status_clean||Raises an exception if there are uncommitted git changes||ios, android, mac|
|git_branch||Returns the name of the current git branch, possibly as managed by CI ENV vars||ios, android, mac|
|last_git_commit||Return last git commit hash, abbreviated commit hash, commit message and author||ios, android, mac|
|reset_git_repo||Resets git repo to a clean state by discarding uncommitted changes||ios, android, mac|
|changelog_from_git_commits||Collect git commit messages into a changelog||ios, android, mac|
|number_of_commits||Return the number of commits in current git branch||ios, android, mac|
|git_pull||Executes a simple git pull command||ios, android, mac|
|last_git_tag||Get the most recent git tag||ios, android, mac|
|push_to_git_remote||Push local changes to the remote branch||ios, android, mac|
|add_git_tag||This will add an annotated git tag to the current branch||ios, android, mac|
|commit_version_bump||Creates a 'Version Bump' commit. Run after ||ios, mac|
|git_tag_exists||Checks if the git tag with the given name exists in the current repo||ios, android, mac|
|ensure_git_branch||Raises an exception if not on a specific git branch||ios, android, mac|
|git_commit||Directly commit the given file with the given message||ios, android, mac|
|push_git_tags||Push local tags to the remote - this will only push tags||ios, android, mac|
|git_add||Directly add the given file or all files||ios, android, mac|
|get_build_number_repository||Get the build number from the current repository||ios, mac|
|set_github_release||This will create a new release on GitHub and upload assets for it||ios, android, mac|
|create_pull_request||This will create a new pull request on GitHub||ios, android, mac|
|get_github_release||This will verify if a given release version is available on GitHub||ios, android, mac|
|hg_ensure_clean_status||Raises an exception if there are uncommitted hg changes||ios, android, mac|
|hg_commit_version_bump||This will commit a version bump to the hg repo||ios, android, mac|
|hg_push||This will push changes to the remote hg repository||ios, android, mac|
|hg_add_tag||This will add a hg tag to the current branch||ios, android, mac|
|github_api||Call a GitHub API endpoint and get the resulting JSON response||ios, android, mac|
|commit_github_file||This will commit a file directly on GitHub via the API||ios, android, mac|
|git_submodule_update||Executes a git submodule command||ios, android, mac|
|slack||Send a success/error message to your Slack group||ios, android, mac|
|notification||Display a macOS notification with custom message and title||ios, android, mac|
|hipchat||Send a error/success message to HipChat||ios, android, mac|
|mailgun||Send a success/error message to an email group||ios, android, mac|
|chatwork||Send a success/error message to ChatWork||ios, android, mac|
|ifttt||Connect to the IFTTT Maker Channel||ios, android, mac|
|flock||Send a message to a Flock group||ios, android, mac|
|Post a tweet on Twitter.com||ios, android, mac|
|typetalk||Post a message to Typetalk||ios, android, mac|
|produce||Alias for the ||ios|
|precheck||Alias for the ||ios|
|latest_testflight_build_number||Fetches most recent build number from TestFlight||ios, mac|
|download_dsyms||Download dSYM files from App Store Connect for Bitcode apps||ios|
|app_store_build_number||Returns the current build_number of either live or edit version||ios, mac|
|set_changelog||Set the changelog for all languages on App Store Connect||ios, mac|
|create_app_online||Creates the given application on iTC and the Dev Portal (via produce)||ios|
|check_app_store_metadata||Check your app's metadata before you submit your app to review (via precheck)||ios|
|app_store_connect_api_key||Load the App Store Connect API token to use in other fastlane tools and actions||ios, android, mac|
|puts||Prints out the given text||ios, android, mac|
|default_platform||Defines a default platform to not have to specify the platform||ios, android, mac|
|fastlane_version||Alias for the ||ios, android, mac|
|lane_context||Access lane context values||ios, android, mac|
|import||Import another Fastfile to use its lanes||ios, android, mac|
|import_from_git||Import another Fastfile from a remote git repository to use its lanes||ios, android, mac|
|clean_build_artifacts||Deletes files created as result of running gym, cert, sigh or download_dsyms||ios, mac|
|skip_docs||Skip the creation of the fastlane/README.md file when running fastlane||ios, android, mac|
|is_ci||Is the current run being executed on a CI system, like Jenkins or Travis||ios, android, mac|
|setup_jenkins||Setup xcodebuild, gym and scan for easier Jenkins integration||ios, mac|
|unlock_keychain||Unlock a keychain||ios, android, mac|
|update_fastlane||Makes sure fastlane-tools are up-to-date when running fastlane||ios, android, mac|
|bundle_install||This action runs ||ios, android, mac|
|upload_symbols_to_crashlytics||Upload dSYM symbolication files to Crashlytics||ios|
|create_keychain||Create a new Keychain||ios, android, mac|
|delete_keychain||Delete keychains and remove them from the search list||ios, android, mac|
|backup_file||This action backs up your file to '[path].back'||ios, android, mac|
|copy_artifacts||Copy and save your build artifacts (useful when you use reset_git_repo)||ios, android, mac|
|prompt||Ask the user for a value or for confirmation||ios, android, mac|
|reset_simulator_contents||Shutdown and reset running simulators||ios|
|restore_file||This action restore your file that was backuped with the ||ios, android, mac|
|say||This action speaks the given text out loud||ios, android, mac|
|zip||Compress a file or folder to a zip||ios, android, mac|
|danger||Runs ||ios, android, mac|
|artifactory||This action uploads an artifact to artifactory||ios, android, mac|
|version_bump_podspec||Increment or set the version in a podspec file||ios, mac|
|team_id||Specify the Team ID you want to use for the Apple Developer Portal||ios|
|backup_xcarchive||Save your [zipped] xcarchive elsewhere from default path||ios, mac|
|pod_lib_lint||Pod lib lint||ios, mac|
|erb||Allows to Generate output files based on ERB templates||ios, android, mac|
|download||Download a file from a remote server (e.g. JSON file)||ios, android, mac|
|rocket||Outputs ascii-art for a rocket 🚀||ios, android, mac|
|debug||Print out an overview of the lane context values||ios, android, mac|
|make_changelog_from_jenkins||Generate a changelog using the Changes section from the current Jenkins build||ios, android, mac|
|pod_push||Push a Podspec to Trunk or a private repository||ios, mac|
|dsym_zip||Creates a zipped dSYM in the project root from the .xcarchive||ios, mac|
|ensure_no_debug_code||Ensures the given text is nowhere in the code base||ios, android, mac|
|cloc||Generates a Code Count that can be read by Jenkins (xml format)||ios, mac|
|team_name||Set a team to use by its name||ios|
|scp||Transfer files via SCP||ios, android, mac|
|verify_build||Able to verify various settings in ipa file||ios|
|install_on_device||Installs an .ipa file on a connected iOS-device via usb or wifi||ios|
|version_get_podspec||Receive the version number from a podspec file||ios, mac|
|rsync||Rsync files from :source to :destination||ios, android, mac|
|adb_devices||Get an array of Connected android device serials||android|
|dotgpg_environment||Reads in production secrets set in a dotgpg file and puts them in ENV||ios, android, mac|
|jira||Leave a comment on JIRA tickets||ios, android, mac|
|read_podspec||Loads a CocoaPods spec as JSON||ios, mac|
|ssh||Allows remote command execution using ssh||ios, android, mac|
|appetize_viewing_url_generator||Generate an URL for appetize simulator||ios|
|install_xcode_plugin||Install an Xcode plugin for the current user||ios, mac|
|add_extra_platforms||Modify the default list of supported platforms||ios, android, mac|
|clipboard||Copies a given string into the clipboard. Works only on macOS||ios, android, mac|
|build_and_upload_to_appetize||Generate and upload an ipa file to appetize.io||ios|
|update_icloud_container_identifiers||This action changes the iCloud container identifiers in the entitlements file||ios|
|sh||Runs a shell command||ios, android, mac|
|plugin_scores||001b[31mNo description provided001b[0m||ios, android, mac|
|validate_play_store_json_key||Validate that the Google Play Store ||android|
|ruby_version||Verifies the minimum ruby version required||ios, android, mac|
|echo||Alias for the ||ios, android, mac|
|google_play_track_version_codes||Retrieves version codes for a Google Play track||android|
|google_play_track_release_names||Retrieves release names for a Google Play track||android|
|get_managed_play_store_publishing_rights||Obtain publishing rights for custom apps on Managed Google Play Store||android|
|setup_circle_ci||Setup the keychain and match to work with CircleCI||ios, android, mac|
|spaceship_stats||Print out Spaceship stats from this session (number of request to each domain)||ios, android, mac|
|println||Alias for the ||ios, android, mac|
|min_fastlane_version||Verifies the minimum fastlane version required||ios, android, mac|
|ensure_env_vars||Raises an exception if the specified env vars are not set||ios, android, mac|
|setup_travis||Setup the keychain and match to work with Travis CI||ios, android, mac|
|spaceship_logs||Find, print, and copy Spaceship logs||ios, android, mac|
|create_app_on_managed_play_store||Create Managed Google Play Apps||android|
|setup_ci||Setup the keychain and match to work with CI||ios, mac|
|opt_out_usage||This will stop uploading the information which actions were run||ios, android, mac|
|environment_variable||Sets/gets env vars for Fastlane.swift. Don't use in ruby, use ||ios, android, mac|
|modify_services||Modifies the services of the app created on Developer Portal||ios|
|ensure_bundle_exec||Raises an exception if not using ||ios, android, mac|
|crashlytics||Refer to Firebase App Distribution||ios, android, mac|
|hockey||Refer to App Center||ios, android, mac|
|badge||Automatically add a badge to your app icon||ios, android, mac|
|automatic_code_signing||Configures Xcode's Codesigning options||ios, mac|
|s3||Generates a plist file and uploads all to AWS S3|
|notify||Shows a macOS notification - use ||ios, android, mac|
|update_project_code_signing||Updated code signing settings from 'Automatic' to a specific profile||ios|
|ipa||Easily build and sign your app using shenzhen||ios|
|upload_symbols_to_sentry||Upload dSYM symbolication files to Sentry||ios|
|opt_out_crash_reporting||This will prevent reports from being uploaded when fastlane crashes||ios, android, mac|
Not a fan of the new version of Windows 10 and want to roll back to a previous one, only to find the option go back to an earlier build not available? If you are troubled by this issue, you have come to the right place. In this post, we will show you full solutions on MiniTool website to roll back Windows 10 to previous build when the option is not working.
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Windows 10 Go Back to Previous Build Not Working
Actually, it is quite common for users to demand a Windows OS downgrade or rollback by using the recovery feature found in this path: Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Go back to an earlier build.
However, recently many users complained that Windows 10 update always has problems and they want to roll back to the previous Windows version. However, the option go back to previous build might not be available.
To put it simply, there are 3 symptoms when the problem occurs:
- Go back to an earlier build Windows 10 missing.
- This option is no longer available because your PC was upgraded more than 10 days ago.
- The recovery on the Advanced startup menu also fails.
Why can't you go back to previous build Windows 10? Two possible reasons are here:
- The upgrade was done before more than 10 days, which is the period limit given by Microsoft.
- The Windows.old folder used for storing the Windows 10 rollback was deleted before the 10-day limit.
Related article: How to Delete Windows.old Folder in Windows 10 – MiniTool
Well then, what happens when Windows 10 rollback option is missing or unavailable? The following are the full solutions that you should try.
How to Fix Go Back to an Earlier Build Not Available
In this part, we will show you three methods to fix the issue - Windows 10 go back to an earlier build this option is not available.
Method 1: Use the Backup Image to Restore Your Computer to the Previous Version or Build
You know, the backup image of your hard drive or Windows OS allows you to restore the computer to its previous state and fix any potential problems that occur after creating the image.
If you are not pleased with the version of Windows 10 or the Windows update has problems but bothered by the issue of go back to previous build not working, the backup image is important and you can use it to restore Windows 10 to its previous build or version.
Here, we will show you two cases to fix the go back to an earlier build Windows 10 missing or unavailable issue by using the image backup.
Case 1: Suppose that you have a backup created before Windows 10 update
Normally, you may choose to back up the Windows OS or the entire system disk before Windows 10 update for Windows rollback or fixing update issues like files lost after update.
Some of you may have created a Windows backup by using the best free backup software for Windows 10, MiniTool ShadowMaker. Now, use it to revert the PC to the previous version of Windows.
As to system restore, sometimes MiniTool ShadowMaker requires you to perform this operation in WinPE. So, just open this software installed on your computer, go to its Tools page, and click Bootable Media to create a bootable disc or USB drive based on WinPE to boot the PC to enter the MiniTool ShadowMaker Bootable Edition interface.
Next, perform a system restore to fix the issue of go back to an earlier build not available. Here is an article to show you how to restore a system image from the external hard drive.
Case 2: Suppose that you don't have a backup
Assuming there is no backup for your previous Windows 10 version, what should be done to fix the issue of go back to previous version of Windows 10 not working?
Likewise, this method can be helpful even if you haven't created a Windows backup before the update, provided that you have backed up the OS on another PC running Windows 10. In other words, we call this Windows Backup Restore to Different Computer, namely, universal restore.
- Another computer running the Windows 10 build you'd like to install on your own machine.
- Install MiniTool ShadowMaker software on both computers.
- A bootable USB flash drive or disc for system restore.
Part 1: Back up Another PC Running Windows 10 OS
If your friend or colleague has a Windows 10 computer, download and install MiniTool ShadowMaker Trial Edition (30-day free trial) on it and start creating a system backup.
Step 1: Run this freeware in Windows 10.
Step 2: If no backup is created on this PC, just click SET UP NOW button in the Home tab or directly click Backup in the toolbar to the interface where system partitions are selected by default.
If you want to create a hard drive image, please click the Source section to check all partitions of the system disk. To choose a storage path, go to the Destination section to choose an external hard drive or USB drive.
Step 3: At last, start the OS backup in the Manage page by hitting Back up Now.
• After finishing the backup, remove the target drive that contains the system backup and connect it to your own machine that has the issue of go back to an earlier build not available.
• Additionally, remember to create a bootable disc or USB flash drive with MiniTool Media Builder so you can boot your own computer from it to the MiniTool Recovery Environment for the system image recovery.
Part 2: Windows 10 System Image Recovery
The following is the step-by-step guide on system image recovery to fix the issue of Windows 10 go back to previous build not working.
Step 1: After your own machine starts and enters WinPE, run MiniTool ShadowMaker and then go to its Restore interface where you can choose the system backup image to start a restoration.
If you can't see the system backup in the interface, please click Add Backup to find and add it to this window.
Step 2: Select a backup version to continue.
Step 3: Check all the system partitions required for Windows to run. Besides, you should also check mbr and Track 0 for a successful boot.
Step 4: Next, decide which disk you want to restore the image to and then MiniTool ShadowMaker will tell you which partitions will be overwritten when restoring an image.
Here, your purpose is to fix go back to previous version of Windows 10 not working on your computer, so choose the system disk of your PC.
Step 5: Then, this software will start performing the restoration operation.
However, sometimes the PC couldn't start up properly. So, what should you do?
Use MiniTool ShadowMaker's Universal Restore feature to fix the issue.
Part 3: Perform a Universal Restore
The Universal Restore feature is designed to fix the incompatibility issue between Windows OS and hardware, for example, upgrade the motherboard without reinstalling OS.
Moreover, for using a system backup of another PC to successfully solve the issue of go back to an earlier build not available on your own computer, this feature is also useful to ensure that PC can boot.
Similarly, you need to enter MiniTool Recovery Environment, navigate to Tools and choose Universal Restore to fix the unbootable issue.
Windows 10 go back to an earlier build after 10 days is not available so you cannot fix update issues? Don't have a backup? Try MiniTool ShadowMaker to make a backup of another PC, restore it to your PC and perform a universal restore to fix the issue. Then, share it on Twitter to let more people know.
Recommendation: We strongly suggest backing up your PC regularly with MiniTool ShadowMaker since it can help you get rid of many issues, for example, go back to an earlier build Windows 10 missing, Windows black screen, File History drive disconnected, etc.
Method 2: Restore Your PC to Factory Settings
In Windows 10, there is a feature called Reset this PC that allows you to restore your PC to its original factory settings and reinstall Windows. If you can't go back to previous build Windows 10 when OS update issues occur, you can try to reset your PC.
Step 1: Just go to Settings > Update & security > Recovery >Get started under the Reset this PC section.
Step 2: Then, a small window will pop up to ask you to choose an option. To not lose files, please click Keep my files.
Step 3: After things get ready, Windows will tell you that apps on its list will be deleted. Click Next to go on.
Step 4: Finally, click the Reset button to restore the PC to factory settings.
Method 3: Reinstall the Previous Version of Windows
Sometimes the simplest solution to the issue of go back to an earlier build Windows 10 missing or unavailable is to reinstall the version of Windows 10 that you were previously using.
But this isn't always the best way since it will delete the files on the C drive. Thus, before doing this, please remember to back up important files. Likewise, MiniTool ShadowMaker is helpful to back up your files, just as mentioned above.
Then, start the Windows reinstallation by following the instructions:
Step 1: Go to the website windowsiso.net and then download the ISO file of the Windows 10 version from the top list.
Step 2: Double-click the ISO file you have downloaded and run the setup.exe file.
Step 3: Then Windows will suggest that you should download the latest version of Windows 10, just ignore the information and choose Use older installation files and finish the operations by following its pop-up instructions.
Step 5: Later, disable Windows Update service: go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services. Double-click on Windows Update service and set the Startup type to Disabled in the General tab.
Are you facing the issue of go back to an earlier build not available after 10 days? Take it easy! Now, it's time to try the above methods to fix this issue. Just choose one based on your actual situations.
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On the other hand, don't forget to tell us if you are troubled by some problems when using MiniTool ShadowMaker or if you have any other solutions of this option go back to an earlier build Windows 10 missing or unavailable issue. Just leave a message below or contact [email protected].