Reset Windows Update Tool

Troubleshooting for Windows Update

This tool has been developed for use as a support of system repair options. It is possible to reset the Windows Update Components. Also is able to delete temporary files, scan, detect and repair corruptions with the Windows System image, scan all protected system files and replace any corrupted files, change invalid values in the Windows Registry, reset Winsock settings and more.



Reset Windows Update Tool is a complete troubleshooting tool that can be generated with Windows updates.

This tool includes a large number of troubleshooting functions such as:

  1. Reset Windows Update components
  2. Delete temporary files
  3. Change invalid values in Windows Registry
  4. Scan all protected system file and replace the corrupted one’s (sfc /scannow)
  5. Scan, detect and repair corruptions in Windows system image
  6. Clean up superseded components

This tool is compatible with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10

When you run Reset Windows Update Tool is detected the version or build of the operative system determined the name and family of the operative system.

If the operating system is not compatible with this tool, display an error message and the tool will be closed.


The Reset Windows Update Tool was developed primarily to Reset Windows Update Components. Over time, they have added new features to improve the user experience.

This document has been created to describe the process sequences for the correct use of Reset Windows Update Tool.


How do I reset Windows Update components?:

Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files:

Fix Windows Update errors by using the DISM or System Update Readiness tool:


Reset Windows Update Tool is licensed under the MS-PL License - see the Microsoft Public License for details.

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