Windows 11: Go back to Windows 10 for 10 days


If you upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11, you can simply go back to Windows 10 at any time for 10 days. Then it becomes more difficult.

If you upgraded from Windows 10 to Windows 11, you can undo that upgrade at any time for ten days in the Windows 10 Settings menu.

According to these instructions
From Microsoft OEM Partner MSI, the following applies: After you download Windows 11, you have ten days to try Windows 11. You can always go back to Windows 10 during this period. All files and data that you transferred from Windows 10 to Windows 11 should be preserved while downgrading.

After this 10-day period is over, users who want or need to at least get rid of Windows 11 can download the Windows 10 ISO file and replace the existing Windows 11 with a brand new installation with Windows 10. However, all files and data on the PC will be overwritten. . So you have to backup all your files and personal data by yourself before downgrading and then remount them on your restored Windows 10 PC.

One reason for the return could, for example, be that you’re missing a Windows 10 feature that Microsoft removed from Windows 11. For example, Live Tiles, Cortana, Skype, Onenote or Paint 3D. However, when you upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11, apps that were already available under Windows 10 are also hijacked. Read more about these here:

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Another reason could be that a strange application is not working on Windows 11. Or you may think that your computer used to run Windows 10 faster than it did with Windows 11. Or a piece of hardware no longer works properly under Windows 11 .

If you’re already going back to Windows 10, keep in mind: Microsoft will end support for Windows 10 in 2025.

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