With Microsoft Windows 11 launched back in October existing Windows users may receive notifications that the Windows 11 Upgrade is now available,
this is often easy to spot as a blue dot appears at the bottom right-hand side of the Taskbar.
However, once upgraded to Windows 11 what happens if you decide that you simply don’t like it? You may not like the look and feel, or you may have issues with hardware or software. You will be pleased to hear that it's possible to roll back to Windows 10.
Microsoft has made it possible to downgrade from a Windows 11 upgrade back to Windows 10 in the event that you change your mind about the operating system for some reason, it's important to remember that this is a time-limited offer of upto 10 days from the upgrade date.
Open “Settings” from the Start menu – or press the Windows key Move to the 'System' section in the list then click 'Recovery' near the bottom of the right-hand pane.
Click the “Go back” button to Windows 10. There will be a short delay while Windows 11 performs some background checks and prepares things so you can start the process of rolling back to Windows 10 which usually is completed within an hour or so.