Once the folder opens, double-click on the setup file,WindowsPCHealthCheckSetup.exe.
Check the box next toI accept the terms in the License Agreementand click theInstallbutton.
Wait for the installation to be complete then click theFinishbutton.
Now you can start using PC Health Check on your Windows 11 PC.
2. Uninstall updates
PressWindows+Ikeys on your keyboard to openSettings.
On the left tile, scroll down to click onWindows updateand selectUpdates history.
Click onUninstall updatesunderRelated settings
Next, locate the latest update under Microsoft Windows and click on Uninstall.
Click theYesbutton on the dialogue that pops up and wait until the removal process is complete.
Restart your computer and check if the PC Health Check app has been installed.
3. Perform a system restore
To use a system restore point to solve any problem on your PC, you must have created a restore point before the problem arises. Follow this comprehensive to learnhow to create a restore point in Windows 11.
Click on theSearchicon on your taskbar, enterCreate a restore pointinto theSearch box,and select theBest matchresult.
Next, click on theSystem Restore…button on theSystem Propertieswindow that pops up.
Click theNextbutton to proceed with the system restore.
Select the system restore point you want to use and click theNextbutton.
Click theFinishbutton to confirm the system restore.
Your PC will automatically restart to effect the changes. Wait until the process is complete then check if the PC Health Check app is now on your PC.
If you follow the solutions in this guide, you should be able to get the PC Health Check app back on your computer to benefit from its useful insights.
The PC Health Check app provides you with up-to-date information on the condition of your computer, enabling you to take proactive measures toimprove Windows performance.
On top ofsystem compatibility checks, this tool also helps with regular Windows updates. It will notify you if your device requires maintenance or an update.