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How to roll back from Windows 11 to Windows 10 after upgrading

We will explain how to go back from Windows 11 to Windows 10 after updating so that if there is something that has not convinced you after installing Windows 11, you can go back to a previous version that will continue to be maintained for a while. Although it is temporary, we will explain the native procedure that Windows offers, so you will have to decide soon.

You will only have ten days to go back to Windows 10 after upgrading to Windows 11. After that time, there will no longer be an internal method to do it, and you will have to download the Windows 10 ISO image to install from a USB. Just remember that, as they remind us in Genbeta when they explain the procedure, if you are an Insider and have been using Windows 11 betas for a while, you will no longer be able to return even if you have just updated to the final version.

The option to revert from Windows 11 to Windows 10

The first thing you have to do is enter Windows settings. Once you are inside, go to the System section and click on Recovery, where you will find the options to recover or restore Windows. Here, you have to click on the Back option that will appear to go back.

A window will open in which Microsoft will ask you to indicate why you have decided to return to Windows 10. This will help them have feedback with the impressions of those who have not been convinced by Windows 11.

Now you will go to another screen with some notices. In it, you are told that you will lose the applications and configuration changes that you have installed or made in Windows 11 after you have updated. And also, in case something should fail, I would recommend that you save your files, photos, and other documents on a separate hard drive or USB. When you have it in this window, click Next.

 

Now you will get to the last step of the process. In it, you have to click on the Return to Windows 10 button, and Windows will take care of doing the whole process for you. Now, you simply have to let your computer take a few minutes to do everything it needs to do.

Andre

Big fan of the video game and Tech Industry, I also consider myself quite a techie, so I always try to be up to date on all technical information.

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