2 replies on How to downgrade Windows 11 and roll back to Windows 10

  1. Bob says:

    I did a rollback on one of the pre-release versions of Windows. It was just a bit too buggy for me at the time. What I did though was to give myself a bit more time to do the rollback. I wanted to think about it more before pulling the pin. Here is an abbreviated version of what you need to do to extend the rollback time. You can extend it to 60 days (or less) and if you get to 59 days then (not sure of this) you may be able to extend the deadline for another 60 days.

    Open a Command window with admin rights.
    This command will tell you how much time you have left.
    DISM /Online /Get-OSUninstallWindow
    The next command will set the number of days left to allow a rollback. The command sets the rollback time to 30 days but the valid range is 10 to 60 days.
    DISM /Online /Set-OSUninstallWindow /Value:30
    It should tell you that the command was successful but just to be sure, you should run the first command again.

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