How to uninstall Windows 11 and go back to Windows

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Did you install Windows 11 and now you are not satisfied with the performance of your computer? We explain how to roll back your PC and go back to a previous version of Windows 10.

Since Microsoft announced Windows 11 at the end of June, a lot of excitement has been generated around the arrival of the new operating system, especially now that Windows 11 is already official and is on sale.

However, there have been many people who were curious in their day to download and install the beta version of the new operating system, and this leads to some of them being able to return to their previous versions of Windows 10, now that it is official.

For this reason, we wanted to carry out this tutorial in which we are going to show you how you can uninstall the latest trial version of Windows 11 and  you watch aew Dynamite 6th october Links to an external site.return to your official version of Windows 10. It is much easier if you did it shortly after installing the beta. 

How to uninstall Windows 11 and go back to Windows 10 in the first 10 days

If you happen to have installed the beta version of Windows 11 for only a few days and want to go back to Windows 10. Microsoft allows you to roll back Windows 10 to previous versions within 10 days of its installation. 

This is the simple method you should follow if you meet this requirement to go back to Windows 10 if you had installed the Windows 11 beta before its official release: 

  1. Open 'Settings' on your computer and make sure the 'System' tab is selected.
  2. Scroll down and select the 'Recovery' option.
  3. Under 'Recovery options' you should see the 'Previous version of Windows' section. Click 'Back' to begin.
  4. In the window that appears, choose any of the options and click 'Next'.
  5. When the system tells you to check for updates, click 'No'.
  6. Click next on the next two screens and then 'Go back to previous build' to start the process. 

As stated, all your presets and stored files shouldn't have been affected, but it's worth backing up your PC. 

Microsoft has updated the hardware requirements for Windows 11, but they did not apply during the testing phase. You may not be able to install the final version when it arrives, although there is a workaround. 

How to return to Windows 10 after 10 days of installation

If it turns out that you are one of the users who installed Windows 11 the first few days, so that you have already exceeded the grace period of 10 days, the method indicated above will no longer be useful for you. We explain the alternative you must follow.

It involves a complete reinstallation of Windows 10, but don't worry, don't panic. You must make a previous backup, since this process will only work if you do it on a clean installation of the operating system. 

  1. Go to the official (Links to an external site.) Windows 10 version download website (Links to an external site.) . 
  2. In the 'Create Windows 10 installation media' section, click on 'Download tool now'.
  3. Once the process is complete, click on the downloaded file to open it.
  4. When asked, do you want to allow this application to make changes to your device? select yes.
  5. A Windows 10 setup window will appear. After a few seconds, click 'Accept' to accept the terms and conditions. 
  6. The 'Preparing some things' screen will be displayed for a few seconds. On the next screen, select 'Update this PC' and click 'Next'. 
  7. We will proceed with the download of the latest version of Windows 10. You will be able to continue using your PC in the meantime.
  8. Once the download is complete, click 'Next' and then 'OK' on the next screen. 
  9. At the 'Choose what to keep' screen make sure to select 'Nothing' and continue.
  10. You will now come to the 'Ready to install' page. Click 'Install' to begin the process. Be careful that there will be no going back. 

Once the process is complete, you should follow the steps as if you were using the device for the first time. It won't take long, and you should be up and running with Windows 10 in no time. 

Of course, the other option is to install Windows from a pendrive or USB key with a boot partition. This is preferable if you want to install Windows 10 on multiple devices, as you will only have to download it once and save time in the process. 

If you are thinking of acquiring a Pro version of Windows 10, you can always choose to acquire it with this offer that we offer you for only € 49.99, instead of spending the € 259 that it costs according to the company's Microsoft Store .

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