How do i roll back to windows 10 after 10 days (No data loss)

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So far, I had many problems using windows 11, and it has been more than 10 days and I want to go back. I’m using a laptop with drivers and important apps that can’t be redownloaded. Additionally, I’m unsure if using the windows media creation tool will remove my important apps and or my drivers.
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Unfortunately, after 10 days, the only option left is the clean install. Alternatively, you can fix issues with Windows 11 and continue using it. You can try upgrading to a newer Windows 11 build, see if the issues you're facing is fixed.