Microsoft intends to provide a 10-day window for rolling back from Windows 11 to Windows 10, after which you must only do a clean install.
If you are looking to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11, there are a few things you may want to keep in mind.
Few things you have to keep in your mind before updating pc with windows 11:
- Microsoft intends to provide a 10-day window (no pun intended) for Windows 10 to Windows 11 upgrades, in case you change your mind, and wish to roll back.
- Once the 10 days are ticked off, the only way to return to Windows 10 on the same PCs would be to do a clean install. PC makers, including MSI and Dell are confirming this, as more information about the Windows 11 upgrades becomes clearer, ahead of the final release later this year.It is not clear at this time why there is a 10-day roll-back and why the data cannot be retained even after that just in case Windows 11 isn’t to your liking.
- Once you upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 on your PC, you’ll get 10 days to experiment and decide whether the next generation Windows operating system works for you and for the apps that you use regularly.
Within this 10-day period, you can roll back to Windows 10 at any time while retaining your data and settings. However, if you aren’t able to decide immediately and make a decision after 10 days, then you can still roll back to Windows 10 but that’ll require a clean install of Windows 10.
Even more,3 things you have too keep in mind before install windows 11:
1.Make Sure Your PC Can Run Windows 11
Which Insider Channel Is My PC Eligible For?
Microsoft has provided a detailed explanation for users who meet and do not meet the minimum specifications for Windows 11 builds. Have a look below:
2.Take a Backup
3.Enroll in Windows Insider Program
So, with these above easy and useful step you can update and install your pc