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How to Uninstall Windows 11 and Reinstall Windows 10

Thursday, June 2, 2022

 

How to Uninstall Windows 11 and Reinstall Windows 10
Windows 10 and Windows 11


If you have upgraded your device to the most recent version of Windows and find that the system does not suit you and would prefer to erase Windows 11 and restore to Windows 10 for whatever reason, Microsoft has made this process simple and quick.


Despite the fact that Windows 11 has a number of new features, For certain users, it is quite impressive, but the overall experience of the system is not significantly different from Windows 10, and this issue may cause people to revert to Windows 10, particularly if they are not interested in graphical upgrades or the new design.


You may securely remove Windows 11 and return to Windows 10 without losing any data if you follow these procedures.


How to Uninstall Windows 11 and Reinstall Windows 10


  1.  Open Settings on Windows 11 by selecting it from the Start menu or pressing Windows + I on the keyboard.
  2. Select System from the side menu.
  3. Select Recovery from the drop-down option.
  4. Select Go Back from the list of recovery possibilities.
  5. Click Next after selecting the reason for removing Windows 11 from the drop-down menu.
  6. When the system asks if you want to install the updates, select No. Thank you very much. No, thank you.
  7. On the next screen, click Next, and you'll be prompted to enter the password you used in Windows 10. Click Next once again.
  8. Now select "Return to Windows 10" from the drop-down menu.

After you finish the procedures, Windows 11 will be removed from your computer, and your system will revert to Windows 10, with all of your data, settings, and programmes intact.

Some customers have reported issues with the prior choice because it only works for a limited time after downloading the new system. Some customers claim that the preceding option doesn't exist at all, or that clicking on it doesn't go them anywhere, and that an error notice displays claiming that this option is no longer available on this machine. If you run into this issue, you have two options: either follow the procedures below to resolve the issue, or reinstall Windows 10 from scratch, but remember to make a backup copy of your files.


Solve The Problem of The ineffectiveness of The Go Back Button and Return to Windows 11


If the downgrade button does not take you somewhere or does not exist, you might try the following:

  1. Open Settings on Windows 11 by selecting it from the Start menu or pressing Windows + I on the keyboard.
  2. Select System from the side menu.
  3. Select Recovery from the drop-down option.
  4. Now, select "Restart Now" from the "Advanced startup" menu, and then confirm the restart.
  5. After restarting, a list of options will show; select Troubleshoot from the list.
  6. On the following screen, select Advanced options.
  7. Now select Uninstall Updates from the drop-down menu.
  8. On the following page, select Uninstall Latest Feature Update and then Uninstall Feature Update.

After that, Windows will restore your device to the prior version of Windows 10, however this will take some time.


Reinstall Windows 10 by Obtaining a New, Clean Copy



You can also go back to Windows 10 by downloading a clean and new copy of the system from the Microsoft website and creating and installing an ISO copy, but you should make a backup copy of your data before doing so, as this method will erase all data on the device, including system files and personal files like photos and applications, documents, videos, and more. Knowing that the system will remember the prior activation code for your device, and that after downloading the system, it will be enabled automatically as long as you are using the same device on which Windows was previously activated, you will notice that it is activated automatically.


  1. Go to this link to get a copy of Windows 10 from Microsoft's website.
  2. Select Download Now from the Create Windows 10 installation media drop-down menu.
  3. On your device, open the Windows 10 Download Tool and accept the terms.
  4. Select Create Installation Media from the drop-down menu and then select Next.
  5. Choose Windows 10 64-bit version or the version you want on the following screen, then uncheck the box for utilising the default parameters for this device if you wish to delete all system files, then press Next.
  6. On the next screen, select the ISO file, then Next and select a location on your device to save the file, such as the desktop.
  7. Wait for the copy to finish downloading before clicking Finish.
  8. Now, click on the ISO copy folder, then on the Setup file inside it, and follow the procedures to download a new copy of Windows 10 by clicking Next.

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