How To Downgrade From Windows 11 To Windows 10

Most Windows users upgrade their Windows 10 to Windows 11 but after sometimes you are not compatible to use Windows 11 and now you wish can I revert it. If you want to revert it you have only 10 days after upgrading from Windows 10 to Windows 11 what if you are using Windows 11 and the deadline is already crossed can we go back? here it is in this article we going to show you how you can downgrade from Windows 11 To Windows 10 Before the deadline is completed or after the deadline.

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Downgrade Before 10 Day

So if you recently upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 and you are not enjoying Windows 11 new features, themes, taskbar, right-click menu, or whatever reason, you completely made up your mind to downgrade Windows 11 to Windows 10. So before going back to Windows 10 we gonna tell you something if you installed any program on Windows 11 after the upgrade and make changes in Windows 11 setting so maybe you can survive the downgrade. If you did not change any major settings in Windows 11 after the upgrade and confirm that all these things apply within 10 days of the upgrade. Let’s how to do that.

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Step 1. Open Setting by pressing Win+i and go to Recovery now you can see Go Back option Click on it.

Step 2. After clicking on go back, it asks for “Why are you going back “ Check the second obvious reason “Windows 10 seemed easier to use” and click on Next.

Step 3. After clicking on next, Windows 11 tries emotionally blackmail you to stay with them by asking “Check for update: Before you go back, try installing the latest updates. This might fix the problem you’re having” but you just click on No thanks.

Step 4. On the next page, it tells you after downgrade you have to reinstall some applications and whatever changes you have done it’s reverted Bla Bla Bla, and Always Take Backup Of Your Files And Data it’s always a better option before doing this.

Step 5. On the next page, if you sign in to Windows 10 with a password make sure you know to sign in again and click on Next.

Step 6. On the next page click to Go Back To Windows 10.

Make sure you completed all these steps and the downgrading from Windows 11 to Windows 10 process takes place, it takes time so please be patient after that sign in to Windows 10 and I have already warned you that you have to reinstall your program and whatever you modified in Windows 11 settings it will be reverted so you have to do that again.

Extend Downgrade Deadline Before 10 days

If you using Windows 11 after an upgrade exploring new features, enjoying a new Windows experience, and for whatever reason. If you want to play safely and before 10 days are completed, extend your downgrading days by following these steps.

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Open CMD as an administrator and type this command DISM /Online /Get-OSUninstallWindow and hit enter now CMD will show this message “Uninstall Windows: 10” in this phase the number is the days, which shows many days are left.

Now if you want to extend the days Open CMD as an administrator and type this command DISM /Online /Set-OSUninstallWindow /Value:<days> (you can set the days as many as 60 days) and hit enter. For example, DISM /Online /Set-OSUninstallWindow /Value:30 the number 30 indicates how many days are left.

After that press the up arrow key to move on to the previous command that we use to check the days for the first time and make sure your Windows 11 downgrading days are extended.

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