Windows 10 is the latest operating system from Microsoft and is unique in a way that it is being distributed by the technology giant. Microsoft has decided to make the Windows 10 delivered to Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 SP1 customers free of cost through the Windows Automatic Updates. While this is a welcome news for many of the Microsoft’s loyal customers, some of the Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users are not very happy with the forced upgrade to Windows 10. If you are not happy with the Windows 10 upgrade, then you can quickly downgrade to your earlier version of Windows using a simple tool called NeoSmart Windows 10 Rollback Utility.
Windows 10 Rollback Utility is available as the ISO image for a bootable CD that loads the actual tools using which you can roll back the Windows 10 upgrade. You can download the ISO image and create either a bootable CD or a bootable USB flash disk. Using either of these you can boot into EasyRE (Easy Recovery Essentials). After EasyRE runs it will scan your PC for various Windows installations. It will list all the detected Windows installations and, if it is possible, will give you an option to roll back. You can choose one of the archived Windows installations and click on the Roll back button to start the downgrade.
EasyRE follows a very safe method and does not delete the files belonging to your Windows 10 installation. Instead, all it does is move the Windows 10 installation files to another folder and then restores the older versions of Windows. This gives you an option to use EasyRE and upgrade to Windows 10 once again if such a need arises at any later time.
Conclusion: Windows 10 Rollback Utility makes it very easy for anyone to downgrade your PC from Windows 10 to Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1. The same utility can be used to upgrade your PC back to Windows 10 since it preserves your Windows 10 files.
You can download Windows 10 Rollback Utility from https://neosmart.net/Win10Rollback/.