Windows 10 fans get the best news yet about upgrading to Windows 11

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Windows 11 will launch later this year with Microsoft packing a swathe of new features into this blockbuster upgrade. Those making the switch will be treated to a swathe of features and upgrades including a new Start Menu, easy access to info-packed widgets and improved integration with Microsoft Teams.

Windows 11 users will also find it easier to keep their PCs updated thanks to downloads that are 40 percent smaller and Microsoft is boasting that laptops could see improved battery life thanks to better efficiency.

It all sounds exciting then expect more news on when you can upgrade later in the year. However, if you are nervous about making the jump to Windows 11 then there’s good news as seems there will be an easy way to ditch it if you hate it.

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As spotted by the team at Windowslatest, it seems Microsoft and some PC manufacturers may offer the option to switch back to Windows 10 if you can’t bear the new design and features packed inside Windows 11.

READ MORE: Windows 10 fans confused and angry as Windows 11 won’t work on their PCs

A support document posted by Lenovo confirms that a rollback feature will be available when Windows 11 launches that will offer an easy way to get the old OS back on your laptop.

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“Once you have upgraded to Windows 11, you have 10 days to utilize the rollback function to move back to Windows 10 while keeping files and data that you brought along with you. After that 10-day period, you will need to back up your data and do a “clean install” to move back to Windows 10,” Lenovo explains.

It’s unclear if this option will be available to all users or if it’s something exclusively available to Lenovo owners but it could certainly offer some comfort for those who are worried about moving to Windows 11.

News of this rollback function comes as Microsoft recently revealed that not everyone will be able to switch to Windows 11 in the first place.

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That’s because this new software needs something called a TPM (Trusted Platform Module) chip to work.

This piece of hardware makes things far more secure and it seems Microsoft wants Windows 11 to be safer for people to use.

As Microsoft explains, “Trusted Platform Module (TPM) technology is designed to provide hardware-based, security-related functions. A TPM chip is a secure crypto-processor that is designed to carry out cryptographic operations. The chip includes multiple physical security mechanisms to make it tamper resistant, and malicious software is unable to tamper with the security functions of the TPM.”

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It appears that any PC running a processor that’s older than 8th Gen Intel Core and AMD Ryzen 2000 will not work. That means an expensive trip to the local gadget shop to buy a new computer.

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