Try running Windows 11 for ten days, if not frozen, Microsoft will allow you to return to Windows 10

New Delhi. By now you must have heard this in the retail store that if you use any item while taking it, if you do not like it, then you will bring it back. But like the return policy on Store Commodity, Microsoft will give 10 days to its users to return to Windows 10 after upgrading to Windows 11. The company will allow you to downgrade back to 10 while keeping all your files and data that you transferred. This is in stark contrast to previous versions of Windows where you were ‘stuck’ when you upgraded because Microsoft updated your license information once. The 10-Day Windows seems like an opportunity for second-thinkers.

Will have to buy again after downgrading, it is not clear
There is no official word yet on whether this will mean that you will have to buy Windows 11 and then change your mind once you decide to downgrade. After the 10-day period is over and you decide to stick with Windows 10. Microsoft says that you will need to back up your data and do a clean install of Windows 10 to keep the system running.

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Windows 11 is already available for Windows Insiders
Windows 11 is already available for Windows Insider and is currently in preview, with a full release expected later this year. Microsoft’s hardware requirements for the new operating system were first introduced, but the company seems to have backtracked a bit by pulling out the PC Health Check tool and making a statement saying it will re-release it closer to launch. Will do Hopefully, this means there will be more hardware support or it could mean making a last-minute rush to upgrade your processor and motherboard.


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