How to return to previous OS after installing Windows 10?

July 29th was the day Microsoft released their latest Windows 10 to the general public. Everyone seems to be excited and was upgrading from their existing platform after hearing about the good news from other websites or their peers. But what if you have an insurance program in your system, where you can perform system go back ? Or to be able to downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 7?

Yes, you should consider everything before you start making decisions blindly. But even if you do follow your gut feelings and is tempted to perform the upgrade, well at least you should have a system go back application installed before making that jump.

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That’s exactly what EaseUS System GoBack Free is all about. In just a few clicks and few steps, it allows you to easily do a system go back or downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 7. All of your settings, applications and games are back as they were previously.


Right now, everyone is talking about Windows 10 greatness. They say it is revolutionary, fast, intuitive and has more features and functions that are very useful. We all know how everyone is saying that we should skip one generation of Windows, and the last good operating system was Windows 7. Not many people were too eager to upgrade to Windows 8 because it was perceived as problematic. Hence the wait for Windows 10, and that wait is now over.

But what if you were having some or a lot of issues after you had upgraded. Of course you can uninstall it and re-install your previous Windows version, but it will take lots of time and probably all of your previous settings, configurations, applications, games (play free online games) and documents have to start from scratch. Imagine the horror and having to spend countless days just to resume your normal life back again.

You may feel that the new Windows 10 is hard for seasoned users like you. There are a lot of changes especially on the user interface aspect, and you wish that you can go back to the old and trusted UI. Or maybe some of your must-have applications and games are not compatible with the new Windows 10. Rather than face crashes every now and then or a total system incompatibility, is there a way back for you? You can also be facing an unexpected data loss after you have upgraded, and wish for your data back. Finally, there could be some settings after you have upgraded that gives you errors, and you just can’t live with it.

This is where a system go back solution is the best solution that you should have before making the upgrade to Windows 10. It will protect your entire Windows 10 upgrade experience against any data loss. It is able to restore your previous operating system, applications and games without having to reinstall each and every single of them. Of course you can downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 7 and perform a system go back to exactly where you were before the moment you upgraded.

All it takes are just 3 simple steps to have the system go back protecting your upgrade experience. The 1st step is for you to download, install and launch the application. Next is to click “Backup System” and it will take you the process of backing up everything.  The third and final step, should you ever need to downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 7, just click on “Go Back” and it will start the process of a full system go back.

Sounds very simple right? EaseUS System GoBack Free should be your companion that you must have before performing the upgrade. Because you may never know if you will need to do a system go back or have to downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 7. But if you do, all it takes are just 3 simple steps and you should be all fine and everything will be as you were.

Author : EaseUS Software
EaseUS provides professional IT solutions for home, education and SMB users, service providers in data recovery, backup, system optimization and partition manager on both Windows and Mac platforms. Founded in 2004, EaseUS has established itself as a fast-growing international company with over 100,000,000 wonderful users in the world.