Microsoft said in a support document that Windows 10 users who upgrade to Windows 11 will have 10 days to easily roll back that update. After that 10-day grace period you “will need to back up your data and do a ‘clean install’ to move back to Windows 10,” the company said, though it didn’t explain why that was the case.
ExtremeTech spotted this information about rolling back from Windows 11 in a PDF that Microsoft provided to MSI and, presumably, other PC manufacturers. The report said that moving back to Windows 10 during that 10-day period will be as simple as going to Settings > Update & Security > Recovery and selecting the build of Windows 10 you want to restore. Unlike performing a clea