Honestly, Microsoft might be overthinking things, but hey, it’s nice to have a feature that will allow unsatisfied users to roll back to Windows 10 in case Windows 11 causes some difficulties. By October 2021, Microsoft has promised that a finalized version of Windows 11 will be available, and consumers owning Windows 10 may download it as a free upgrade.
Furthermore, the company promised that users would be able to roll back the update after Windows 11 goes live, but only 10 days after the installation. Microsoft has stated that fresh installations may endure up to 10 days before users decide to revert. The windows will keep the
According to the FAQ on the Microsoft Official Website:
Q: “If I don’t like Windows 11, can I return to Windows 10 after an upgrade?.”
A: “Yes. If you have installed the upgrade for Windows 11, you will be able to re-install files and data to Windows 10 for a 10-day period.”
Even if the finalized version comes out a bit later, Windows Insider Users can already download Windows 11 and experience its beauty. We really don’t know if users would ever use the rollback, but it’s good to note that Microsoft has committed to this option. With the rollback, all of the data will be reverted to its original stance, and faulty applications on Windows 11 would eventually become vital again on Windows 10.