Did you or your computer mistakenly updated from Windows 10 to Windows 11? Are you looking for a way to roll it back to Windows 10? Don’t worry, I got you back.
In this article I am going to show you how you can roll back to Windows 10 without stress.
Windows 11 is a great operating system, but some users may want to roll back to a previous version of Windows after installing it.
After all, not every PC pulls all its features and decorations, or because of incompatibility with hardware, programs and games.
Fortunately, Microsoft has provided an easy way to roll back to Windows 10. Not only is it easy, but it’s also quick – the whole procedure takes just a few minutes.
How to Rollback to Windows 10
Just open “Settings”, go to “Windows Update Center” → “Advanced Settings” → “Restore” and click “Back to Windows 10”. You may need to select or specify a reason why you decided to go back to the previous OS.
If the option to revert to Windows 10 is not available, it means that it has been more than ten days since you installed Windows 11, or you deleted a saved copy of your old operating system to save space.