You will get more helpful responses from members if they can read your post without highlighting it,.. so please use plane case text, vs dark, and list your system specs so we at least have a clue what hardware is in your system.
If your having an issue after installing a major new Windows build, you can simply uninstall the major build update, or you can uninstall any smaller, more typical Windows update.
After installing a major new build, Windows keeps the files necessary to uninstall the new build and revert to your previous one. After 10-days, Windows deletes the files, and you can no longer roll back to previous version without doing a re-installation.
Go to Windows Settings.
Update & Security.
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.