Do you regret having installed Windows 11? You can go back to Windows 10, but you better be quick
The latest version of Windows,, is on his way, . Note that it won’t be available to everyone at the same time, so even if your computer is compatible, you may have to wait a few days or months for it to show up to you – or you can . You right away if you are not sure. In fact you have . Read our and on the biggest and all of before you make your decision.
If you take the plunge and download Windows 11 – and then regret it – there is an easy way out. That is, as long as you act quickly. You will be able to restore your system to Windows 10 within a 10 day window (no pun intended) after downloading and installing. All the information stored on your computer will be automatically repopulated on Windows 10, so you won’t have to worry about files or (most) apps disappearing.
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How to roll back from Windows 11 to Windows 10
Here’s how: Start menu> Settings> Windows Update> Advanced options> Recovery> Previous version of Windows (you can see “Roll back” instead). That’s it!
After the 10 days are up, you can always go back to Windows 10, but it’ll be a bit trickier: you’ll have to back up your data and do what Microsoft calls a “clean install” of Windows 10 on your PC. Or, if you are smart,before installing Windows 11 in the first place and can restore from that.
If you want, you can stick with Windows 10 tountil Microsoft stops supporting it in October 2025. If the 10-day countdown looks new, it’s because for easy rollbacks.