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How To Get Back From Windows 11 Trial To Windows 10? If You Do Not Like Windows 11, You Can Exit Insider Better Performance?

The Trial Version Of Windows 11 Is Now Available Through The Windows Insider Program. Still, Trial Versions Of Newer Operating Systems Always Have Their Own Problems, And They Are More Likely To Have Bugs And Software Incompatibilities.

If you have problems with the new builds of Windows 11 or do not yet see it ready and complete, you can go back to the Windows 10 operating system. There are many ways to do this; But here we look at two easier and safer ways.

The first way to go back to Windows 10: Recovery settings

It is possible to return to Windows 10 and leave Windows 11 through the Recovery settings. When you install Windows 11 through the Insider program, a “Restore Point” is created that restores your system to its previous state.

Note: The restore point created after installing Windows 11 lasts only ten days, and after ten days, it is automatically cleared to free up space. If you have been experiencing Windows 11 through Insider for more than ten days, you should return to Windows 10 through the second method. 

Here are the steps to get back to Windows 10 via Recovery:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click System.
  3. Enter the Recovery page from the menu on the right.
     System settings
  4. Click Go back from the “Recovery Options” section and the “Previous version of Windows” settings.
    Recovery settings page

    Note: If this option is not available to you, the return point is cleared, and you must return to Windows 10 from the second method.

  5. Select / Explain the reasons for returning to Windows 10.
    Reasons to quit Windows 11
  6. Click Next.
  7. Click the No, thanks button.
    Update review page
  8. Click Next.
  9. Then Click Next again.
  10. Then click ” Go back to an earlier build. “
    Quit Windows 11 and return to Windows 10
May damage Files 

After these steps, wait a while for the return to Windows 10 to complete. When the process is complete, you will return to the environment you left. As a rule, your files should not be damaged in this process, but do not settle for it at all and always have a backup of your important data.

Keep in mind that if your system does not have the minimum specifications to run Windows 11, you will not get it back through the Insider program. In that case, you will only be able to test the features and updates of Windows 10 before launching in Insider. Of course, it is not impossible to go back to Windows 11; You can use a virtual machine to get back to this operating system.

The second way to get back to Windows 10: Reinstall

If it has been more than ten days since you installed the trial version of Windows 11 through the Insider program, you can no longer go back to Windows 10 through the Recovery settings. In this case, you will need to reinstall Windows 10:

  1. First, download, install and run the Windows Media Creation tool.

    Click ” here ” to download the Windows Media Creation tool .

  2. Select the Upgrade this PC now option.
    Windows 11
    Reinstall Windows 10
  3. Click Next.
  4. Click Accept again.
  5. Select the Nothing option; Because it is not possible to save your files in this way.
    Windows 11
    Your files will not save this way.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Click Install to install the Windows 10 operating system automatically.
    Windows 11
    Reinstall Windows 10

Media Creation tool automatically downloads and installs the latest version of Windows 10. If you are not interested in using this tool, you can use Windows 10 ISO files. By version 8, the Windows operating system can open ISO files as a virtual drive by default. You can also right-click on the ISO files and click Mount. After opening the Windows ISO file, open the setup.exe file. The rest of the process is common to the above steps.

We hope you find this article useful. Experience a new operating system before its release is very interesting and exciting, But test versions are not complete operating systems. That’s why using the trial version of Windows 11 for everyday work can be problematic. But fortunately, the way back is open.