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How to Downgrade Windows 11 to Windows 10 If It’s Still Not Comfortable
Downgrade to Windows 10 can certainly be one solution that can be used when we feel uncomfortable after trying to use Windows 11 for some time.
Windows 11 launches by offering a variety of fresh things. Not only the interface is more attractive, but also a myriad of new features that will provide a pleasant experience from work to play.
This of course does not apply to everyone. Some of us may feel that Microsoft’s new operating system is unsatisfactory or even causes a number of problems on the haraware and software side.
Returning to Windows 10 is fortunately very easy to do, especially if we install Windows 11 through a free update that Microsoft offers for loyal users of its computer operating system.
We can even do this without the need to install additional services or applications. We also don’t have to worry about losing important data even though we haven’t backed it up.
THIS IS HOW TO DOWNROLL WINDOWS 11 TO WINDOWS 10
Via Settings in Recovery
- Tap the Windows Start button.
- Select Settings.
- Go to the System section
- Scroll down then tap Recovery
- In the Previous version of Windows section press the GoBack button
- You must choose the reason why you want to downgrade.
- If Windows offers a system update option, you can choose no, thanks
- Tap next on the two pages that appear next.
- To continue the downgrade process, click go back to earlier build.
Using the options in recovery settings is the easiest and safest way to Downgrade from Windows 11 to 10. Unfortunately, this support only applies to those of us who installed the system via update as described via the update feature.
In addition, Go Back option is only available for a limited period of time, active only for approximately ten days after the upgrade. Once the Go Back option is inactive, the button will turn gray and cannot be tapped.
If you experience something like the above, then there is no other way but to go through the reinstall process. But before doing so, we certainly need to back up the data first because later the system will be completely deleted and replaced with a new one.
- Visit the Download Windows 10 page.
- On the Create Windows 10 installation media menu, select Download Tool Now.
- Run the downloaded file.
- If the application requests access to make changes to the device, you must click Yes
- Press agree to agree to Microsoft’s terms and policies.
- After the option appears, please Press Upgrade this PC now
- Click Next to continue installation.
- The next step, continue by selecting Next or Agree according to the instructions that appear after the installation file is installed,
- Don’t forget to change the option to Nothing on the Choose what to keep page
- Finally, click Install on the Ready to install page.
If the installation process is complete, we will later need to set a few things properly when using a new device including reinstalling the applications that are needed in daily life.