A software I got from Microsoft Store (Autodesk Sketchbook) has recently been auto updated to the newest version, which has an issue and causes frequent crashing.

Is there a way I can undo the version update and use the older version again, without rolling back my machine?


There is no easy easy of undoing the version update from the Microsoft Store, or to ensure that it doesn't auto-update again.

But the good news is that you don't need the Microsoft Store version anymore.

The Autodesk Sketchbook is now free to download from sketchbook.com, as a desktop app.

  • Yeah, just found out about the non-store version too. I was able to turn off automatic updates in settings, but the actual Microsoft Store itself is very limiting when it comes to options. – D. Tunus Nov 25 '19 at 11:38

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