Windows 11: Upgrade process from Windows 10…

hello everyone in this video we’re going
00:03
to look at the process to upgrade
00:04
windows 10
00:05
to windows 11. this video is not meant
00:08
to be a tutorial
00:09
this is just a video to show how the
00:12
process has been updated
00:13
and if it is possible to upgrade
00:15
existing devices to windows 11.
00:17
before we move on i have also created
00:19
other related videos
00:21
including one that shows the clean
00:23
installation process of windows 11
00:25
and another demonstrating all the new ui
00:28
changes
00:28
and features you can find the links in
00:31
the video description below
00:32
okay let’s go to the process to upgrade
00:35
windows 10
00:36
to windows 11. in this video i’m going
00:38
to be upgrading
00:39
a device running windows 10 pro version
00:42
21 h1 to windows 11.
00:46
i already connected installation medium
00:47
to the computer so i’m just going to
00:49
start installation
01:16
okay so since we’re going to be doing
01:19
an in-place upgrade i’m just going to
01:21
keep the default
01:23
settings which includes the keep the
01:25
personal files
01:26
in apps the process so far is the same
01:28
so let’s see how
01:30
after the reboot the experience has
01:38
changed
02:20
so
03:42
and that’s it that’s how you upgrade
03:44
from windows 10
03:46
to windows 11 and as you can see the
03:49
installation process is pretty much the
03:51
same as before
03:52
and we didn’t have to go through the
03:55
initial setup because we had a
04:00
account in previous settings which the
04:03
installer brought to the new
04:06
installation
04:08
now we can confirm that we’re actually
04:10
running
04:11
windows 11 of course by seeing the start
04:15
menu
04:15
and the toss part but if we go to the
04:18
system
04:19
settings and then we go to about we can
04:21
confirm that the edition is
04:24
windows 11 pro so now that we upgraded
04:27
to
04:28
windows 11 let’s see if we can go back
04:31
to
04:32
windows 10 in case if you
04:35
operate it accidentally or if something
04:37
is wrong and you want to roll back to
04:39
the previous version
04:41
so to do that we’re going to go to
04:43
update and security
04:44
and then we’re going to go to recovery
04:48
and in here we see the option to
04:52
roll back to windows 10 and to get
04:55
started
04:56
we’re just going to click the go back
04:58
button
05:02
we’re just going to select a reason
05:08
and then we’re going to click next
05:11
we’re going to click the not thanks
05:12
button
05:23
and to uninstall windows 11 we’re just
05:25
going to click the
05:27
go back to earlier build button
06:01
and that’s how you uninstall windows 11
06:04
and
06:04
return to windows 10.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here