How do I downgrade from windows 10 Enterprise to Pro

I have a question, i'm currently running Windows 10 Enterprise but i'm experiencing problems with the search bar and cortana, xbox live, microsoft edge and the popups for programs that you run as administrator, but how do I downgrade my windows because the mediacreation tool doesn't work and as i'm trying to boot from a usb I boot directly in to my windows that I have.

And for the downgrade I already tried to use and other activation code but that doesn't make any sense in how my windows is bugging and for the search bar I have tried multiple things but none of them worked. (and because i inserted that other key for windows 10 pro it says that it is 10 pro but nothing has changed but the name in setting and the config screen)

And I want to keep all of my apps on my pc because it is a bit to much to install everything again 

can anyone help me??

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You will need to purchase a Windows 10 Pro license:

Buy Windows 10 Home/Pro

Download and create a bootable copy:

  • How to download official Windows 10 ISO files Updated
  • How to Prepare Bootable Install Media for Windows 10 - DVD, USB or SD Card

    Then perform a clean install:

    How to: Perform a clean install of Windows 10

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    MVP-Windows and Devices for IT
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    You might not be able to, but you can try the following:

    1. Open Registry Editor(WIN + R, type regedit, hit Enter)

    2. Browse to key HKEY_Local Machine > Software > Microsoft > Windows NT > CurrentVersion

    3. Change EditionID to Pro (double click EditionID, change value, click OK). In your case it should at the moment show Enterprise

    4. Change ProductName to Windows 10 Pro. In your case it should at the moment show Windows 10 Professional

    5. Browse to key HKEY_Local Machine > Software > Wow6432Node > Microsoft > Windows NT > CurrentVersion, change the same two values as in steps 3 and 4 above

    6. Close the Registry Editor

    7. Insert the Windows 10 Proinstallation media, do an in-place upgrade by launching the setup from desktop (not booting with Windows 10 Pro install media)

    8. When asked, enter your validWindows 10 Pro product key and select what to keep(settings, personal files and apps, only personal files or nothing)

    9. Windows 10 Pro in-place upgrade will be done now.

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    Windows Insider MVP
    MVP-Windows and Devices for IT
    twitter/adacosta
    groovypost.com

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