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I have updated to windows 11 can I go back to windows 10?

I have updated my system to Windows 11 but now my laptop lags and taskbar keeps freezing. I'm not able to acess windows store nor can install updates. Can I go back to windows 10 ?

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Unless it was modified there is a default 10 day period to rollback.

This feature uses windows.old.

By default Windows.old is deleted after 10 days and will increase drive free space.


This can be modified before the 10th day in case you want more time to troubleshoot upgrade problems.


See this link to modify / extend the 10 day default rollback period:

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/111315-set-number-days-can-go-back-previous-version-windows.html


See this link to rollback:

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/4097-go-back-previous-version-windows-windows-10-a.html






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But it's been more than 10 days and new updates wont get installed. My laptop is getting slower and too many other issues like taskbar freezes

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LimitlessTechnology-2700 answered

Hello,

  1. Please check if there are enough disk space is available on your system.

  2. Please try to increase pagefile size ( Virtual RAM) from System -> Properties -> Advance - > Performance.

  3. Please right click on C:\ or System drive and perform disk cleanup.

  4. Please run sfc\ scannow

  5. Please cleanup c:\Windows\Temp

  6. Please update drivers of dispaly and BIOS from vendor website.


Please note that Windows 11 is still in Preview stage and many more enhancement and fixes are coming up.




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