Sometimes automatic driver updates start to change system settings and as a result some functions stop working. It may happen that a particular instrument or software starts to behave absurdly or it may happen that a basic function such as sound, keyboard, etc. your computer is down. In that case, you don't have the option to uninstall that particular set of drivers. But uninstalling a driver simply isn't enough, as Windows 10 will continue to download, install, and update that particular set of drivers you just uninstalled. Therefore, you need to disable driver update in Windows 10. To disable or disable it, follow the given steps to do so.
How to disable automatic driver download and installation in Windows 10
Step 1 - First press Windows key + x to open the menu and click control panel In that. Alternatively, you can also right-click on the Windows icon located at the bottom left of the screen to get this menu.
Step 2 - In the control panel search box located at the top right of the control panel window, search device installation. In the search result device installation settings will appear. Click on it.
3 pass - Now from the options there select the second radio checkbox which says: no let me choose what to do and also choose never install driver software from windows update.
Finally, click Save Changes. You are ready.
If that doesn't work for you, you can also choose to install a free troubleshooter from Windows to hide any available updates that you don't want to install. Once you install and run this troubleshooter, it will show you all available updates that Windows 10 will try to download and install. Just hide the update, which you don't want Windows to update and then the Windows 10 operating system won't try to download and install that update. This tool only allows the Windows OS Update Tool to forget that particular update.
Download the Show / Hide Update Troubleshooter from the Microsoft website
Now, run this tool as an administrator and click hide updates. Hide updates that you think are causing problems. Windows will never try to update them again.
How to uninstall any driver in Windows 10
Right click on My computer and click property.
Now, click on Device Manager in the left menu. The device manager will appear. Select the required driver, right-click on it and click Uninstall.
close - Although it's good to trust Windows 10 to keep drivers up to date. However, if you are having trouble, you can choose to disable the update for that driver. But, before making driver updates the culprit for system problems, make sure this is the main reason.