English Community

Gaming – Lenovo LegionGaming Desktops
All Forum Topics

1 Posts



2 Signins

15 Page Views

  • Posts: 1
  • Registered: ‎07-25-2020
  • Location: US
  • Views: 15
  • Message 1 of 2

lenovo legion t530-28icb??

2020-07-25, 6:06 AM

I've bought a lenovo legion t530-28icb 2 years ago.first i was just playing minecraft,csgo and r6 and i was working just fine but recently i wanted to play fortnite and cod mw warzone.i've installed both of them and started to play them but on fortnite on low setting i got like 60 fps and it stutters a lot and on cod i am gettin 20fps on low settings!!! and also it's constantly stuttering . Can you guys tell me what should i do?

Speed Test essay writer

724 Posts



78 Signins

4408 Page Views

  • Posts: 724
  • Registered: ‎03-11-2020
  • Location: NO
  • Views: 4408
  • Message 2 of 2

Re:lenovo legion t530-28icb??

2020-07-28, 11:30 AM



Welcome to the Lenovo forum community!


I would suggest rolling back the 2004 update.


There are two different types of updates in Windows 10. Aside from traditional patches, Microsoft occasionally releases bigger “builds” of Windows 10. The first major update to Windows 10 released was the November Update in November 2015, which made it version 1511. The Fall Creators Update, which was released in September 2017, is version 1709.

After installing a major new build, Windows keeps the files necessary to uninstall the new build and revert to your previous one. The catch is that those files are only kept around for about a month. After 10 days, Windows automatically deletes the files, and you can no longer roll back to the previous version without doing a re-installation.


Note: Rolling back a build also works if you’re part of the Windows Insider Program and you’re helping test new, unstable preview builds of Windows 10. If a build you install is too unstable, you can roll back to the one you were previously using.

To roll back a build, hit Windows+I to open the Settings app and then click the “Update & security” option.

On the “Update & security” screen, switch to the “Recovery” tab, and then click the “Get started” button under the “Go back to an earlier build” section.

If you don’t see the “Go back to an earlier build” section, then it’s been more than 10 days since you upgraded to the current build and Windows has cleared away those files. It’s also possible that you ran the Disk Cleanup tool and selected the “Previous Windows installation(s)” files for removal. Builds are treated practically like new versions of Windows, which is why you uninstall a build in the same way you’d uninstall Windows 10 and revert to Windows 8.1 or 7. You’d have to reinstall Windows 10 or restore your computer from a full-system backup to go back to a previous build after those 10 days are up.


Also, note that rolling back a build is not a way to opt out of future new builds permanently. Windows 10 will automatically download and install the next major build that’s released. If you’re using the stable version of Windows 10, that may be a few months away. If you’re using the Insider Preview builds, you’ll likely get a new build much sooner.


Did someone help you today? Press the star on the left to thank them with a Kudo!
If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"! This will help the rest of the Community with similar issues identify the verified solution and benefit from it.

Forum Home

Community Guidelines

Please review our Guidelines before posting.

Learn More

Check out current deals!

Go Shop