We expect Windows 11 to be released this fall, but you can download it early if you wish by joining the Insider program. But before you decide to upgrade your operating system, let us remind you that if we change our minds, we will only have 10 days to revert to Windows 10.
Windows 11 launches this fall, but you can download it early if you want by joining the Insider program. But before you decide to upgrade your operating system, let us remind you that if we change our minds, we will only have 10 days to revert to Windows 10.
Microsoft is official of the new system “Can I go back to Windows 10 if I don’t like Windows 11?” gave the following answer to the question:
“Yes. After installing the Windows 11 upgrade, you will have a 10-day period during which you can revert to Windows 10 while keeping the files and data you brought with you.”
You will need to test Windows 11 within ten days. If the new operating system does not suit you or causes unwanted hardware behavior, you will have limited time to revert to Windows 10.
Don’t be afraid, a “clean install” which means deleting all data and reinstalling the operating system is not very complicated. You will have to reinstall the software and let’s say you may lose some data if the backup is not done correctly. Storing data in the cloud, such as OneDrive from Microsoft, will significantly simplify both operating system change and your transition to other hardware.
At the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft initially gave users a full month to test the system and get back to it. However, with the Anniversary Update a year later, this time was reduced to 10 days. Analysis of data on user behavior was cited as the reason for this short time, as explained by Microsoft. The decision to return to the previous version of the system was mostly made in the first days after the update. Therefore, the decision time will not change for Windows 11 either.