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Windows 11 was officially announced on June 24th, and 4 days later Microsoft released the first preview build to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. Whereas Windows 11 is set to release later this year to new devices, the supported PCs running Windows 10 will receive this update in early 2022.


The free upgrade to Windows 11 will be available to all supported Windows 10 devices if you meet the minimum hardware requirements. After the upgrade, you will have 10 days to roll back to Windows 10 if you don't like Windows 11 or facing any troubles after upgrading.


Windows 11 will give you 10 days to rollback to Windows 10


Can I go back to Windows 10 after I upgrade to Windows 11

Microsoft in a support document said that you will have only 10 days to roll back to Windows 10 once you upgrade to Microsoft Windows 11. After that time period, you will have to 'clean install' Windows 10 if you want to move back to Windows 10.


To roll back to Windows 10, open the Windows 11 Settings app and then navigate to Update & Security > Recovery to select the build of Windows 10 that you want to restore. This process will leave all of your files intact without requiring any additional steps.


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