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How to downgrade from Windows 11 to Windows 10 Empty How to downgrade from Windows 11 to Windows 10

Tue Jun 21, 2022 4:37 pm
Window 11 is the new Operating system offered by Microsoft Company to their users. But the successor of Windows 10 the Window 11 is much fewer features updated. And many users are not happy with the latest operating system and many of them want to switch to the previous version of Windows 10. But How to do it properly is a challenge for many window users. So read our latest blog How to downgrade from Window 11 to Window 10 so that you will do it properly.https://foxnewstips.com/how-to-downgrade-from-windows-11-to-windows-10/
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How to downgrade from Windows 11 to Windows 10 Empty Re: How to downgrade from Windows 11 to Windows 10

Mon Jun 27, 2022 10:19 pm
Preparing for downgrade from Windows 11 to Windows 10: Note that you must backup files you created after upgrade to Windows 11 because the downgrade process may remove them. Additionally, the programs you installed and settings you configured after Windows 11 upgrade, will need to be reinstalled and reconfigured, respectively. For downgrade process to be successful, make sure you remain your system turned on. Let it connected to AC power source, in case if it is low on battery.

Steps for downgrade: Here’s how you can downgrade Windows 11 to Windows 10:

1. Open Settings app on your Windows 11, go to System > Recovery. Under Recovery options, click Go back.
2. Now Go back to Windows 10 screen should appear. Under Why are you going back, select a reason and click Next.
3. In next screen, select Check for updates. If that doesn’t works, click No thanks.
4. . Under What you need to know, make sure you go through this information completely. When you’re ready, click Next.
5. As per the next screen, make sure you remember Windows 10 password so that you don’t get locked out. Click Next to proceed.
6. Finally, click on Go back to Windows 10.
7. Your system will now restart.
8. After restart, you’ll see Attempting to recover installation.
9. In few moments, you’ll see Restoring your previous version of Windows. This will take time depending upon your system and data being restored.
10. After this, your system will restart and this time you’ll see Windows 10 boot screen.
11. Then in next few moments, you should be able to login to your Windows 10.
12. After login, you can check your Windows 10 version by running winver command.
This completes the downgrade process from Windows 11 to Windows 10.
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