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Revert windows from Windows 11 to Windows 10

Basically, I woke up this morning to see that Windows 11 was installed without me knowing (microsoft moment) and I absolutely hate it. I want Windows 10 back, is there any way I can go back in versions? I have a fully legitimate key so no issues on that front. 

 

Is this something that's even possible? Microsoft has been pushing me to install Windows 11 for a long time now, but I do not want it due to it not having proper VR Compatibility. Surely there's a "revert update" button?

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33 minutes ago, Birblover12 said:

due to it not having proper VR Compatibility

What?

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5 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

What?

I was told that Oculus's PC app is incompatible with Windows 11 by Oculus Support, so I'm waiting until I hear the all clear from them.

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Been using it just fine since Win11 release.

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1 minute ago, Kilrah said:

Been using it just fine since Win11 release.

Oh? I guess Oculus Support has old info. I think I'll still switch since I don't like the layout of Windows 11, but that's helpful to know since it's a huge factor for me 😄

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1 hour ago, Birblover12 said:

Oh? I guess Oculus Support has old info. I think I'll still switch since I don't like the layout of Windows 11, but that's helpful to know since it's a huge factor for me 😄

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Just now, Radium_Angel said:

I am pleased such things exist, but if you have to do so much tweaking to put Win11 back into a useable form....perhaps it's not the OS to be used?

Yeah, personally I would think that if you are tweaking the OS to be like a previous version of said OS which is still supported, why use the newer one and skip the tweaking? After having given Windows 11 a fair shot, I'm finding that my muscle memory for certain functions is throwing me off, for example I move my mouse to the bottom left of my screen to click the Windows Start Menu button, only to find the stupid news/weather info widget.

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1 hour ago, Radium_Angel said:

I am pleased such things exist, but if you have to do so much tweaking to put Win11 back into a useable form....perhaps it's not the OS to be used?

Install an app, change a couple settings - done in 2 minutes to get the UI back to what you want, but still getting all the the "under the hood" improvements. It's not like the UI is the only thing Windows 11 changes, even though it's the only one that's obvious at first sight...

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