With Windows 11 coming to Microsoft’s Insiders Program, many users have chosen to test this new version and see what’s new. Even with all the matter of requirements, the commitment to have a TPM, and more, many have embraced the new Windows 11.
The truth is that it is a beta version and still has some normal and expected instability. Therefore, many would like to go back to the previous version and go back to it, to the Windows 10 they used to use. This is a potential move, but it has a very short time frame.
As with Windows 10, Microsoft has opened its development and testing program to users. This way you can get a broader view of the problems and detect failures in advance and solve them.
Of course, this program has an associated, well-known flaw. Instability and the potential for problems are real, so these versions are not recommended for use on production machines that require greater reliability.
With each new version installed, Microsoft guarantees users a period during which they can roll back to the previous version. In this way, we guarantee that it can reverse any problem that may arise which may prevent use.
In Windows 11, at least in this first version, the allotted period is much shorter. Microsoft guarantees to users Only 10 days to be able to go back to Windows 10 and thus get your system into a stable and problem-free version.
So far, Microsoft has guaranteed users a 30-day window to roll back to previous versions. This was a quick and automatic process that kept all user data intact.
With the arrival of this change, Microsoft ends up adapting Windows 11 users. If the 10 days are exceeded, the only solution is to completely reinstall Windows 10 manually and with potential problems for users.
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