What to do if Windows 11 automatically updates

How to Roll back to Windows 10

Windows 11 updates have been happening randomly on some of your devices. Systems and Software Inc has set update policies to try and prevent these updates, but sometimes the change can happen regardless. To roll your computer back to Windows 10, simply follow these steps:

-Go to “Start” and search for “reset”

-Select “Reset this PC – System Settings”

-Under “Recovery Options”, select “Go Back”.

-A new window will open, asking to select a reason. Pick one, then select “Next”

-Now you will be asked if you want to check for Windows 11 updates. Select “No, thanks”.

-Select “Next” on the next two screens and finally choose “Go back to Windows 10” on the last screen.

-This 10-30 minute process will begin a system reboot that will return your PC to Windows 10.

Why not stay on Windows 11?

We are still asking clients to wait until the end of 2022 to completely upgrade to Windows 11, but select clients can upgrade based on their applications and tolerance to this change. For those who work mostly with Microsoft applications like Word/Excel or work primarily on a cloud server, the change to Windows 11 will have minimal effect. The only issue we have experienced with upgrading to Windows 11 is the potential for Google Chrome to not function properly, as well as its interaction with some company-specific applications. We are working to find the best solution for this and can work with users on an individual basis if they experience any issues.

Please feel free to contact us at help@yougetit.net if you have any questions or require any assistance.