In recent times we have talked a lot about Windows 11. Since its introduction, the successor to Windows 10 has generated great interest in changes to its graphical interface and support for Android apps. But it has also raised questions about the twists and turns of compatible hardware and installation requirements.
Although there is still a long way to go before the release of the stable version of Windows 11, there are still many who do not know whether to update their computers immediately. Fortunately, for them there is a very interesting fact that has gone practically unnoticed: it will be possible to reverse its installation.
If you don’t like Windows 11, or you think the product doesn’t meet your expectations, you can go back and continue with Windows 10. And without the need for a clean installation or clean install. But there is a catch: this option will not be available in perpetuity, but for a certain time.
The users they will have 10 days from the installation of Windows 11 to return to the previous operating system. During this period, your files and data saved on the PC will not be affected by the procedure.
Windows 11 will allow you to reverse your installation and continue with Windows 10
Can I go back to Windows 10 after updating, if I don’t like Windows 11?
Yes. After you have installed the Windows 11 update, there is a 10-day period in which you can return to Windows 10 with the files and data that you brought with you. After 10 days, you will need to back up your information and perform a “clean install” to return to Windows 10.
It’s certainly a simple feature, but one that can be interesting, especially for undecided users. If you are still debating whether or not to update your computers to Windows 11, this alternative is intended to help you change operating systems be as cumbersome or troublesome as possible. Let us also remember that the current Microsoft software will receive official support until October 2025.