When upgrading to Windows 10, by default it has a feature that can help you roll back to previous versions of Windows but something to keep in mind:
After performing the upgrade to Windows 10, a new folder will be created on the system drive is Windows.old. This folder will exist for 1 month and it will be deleted automatically, so you can only downgrade your windows first within 1 month of upgrading to Windows 10.
Only do delete the Windows.old folder if Windows 10 on your computer is working properly, in my opinion you should use Windows 10 for a week before deleting this folder. Because if Windows.old is deleted, you will not be able to revert to your old version of Windows.
You can completely downgrade Windows 10 back to Windows 7 quite easily, but you still need to pay attention to a few things to downgrade successfully.
How To Downgrade Windows 10 Back To Windows 7
To go back to your computer’s old Windows, follow these steps:
Step 1: Open Settings from Start Menu and click on Update & Security icon.
Step 2: Click on Recovery, then you will see the option “Go back to Windows 7 or Windows 8.1” >> Click the Get Stared button.
Step 3: Choose the reason you want to downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 8.1 or Windows 7. Then, select Next.
You will get a warning interface, confirm that you have read and understood this and the downgrade will begin. The downgrade will take place within a few hours and depends on your computer’s configuration. Normally, downgrade takes place faster than upgrading.
So you already know how to downgrade Windows 10 back to Windows 7, right? However, this way of downgrading is not stable and may fail during execution. I hope this article will help you and if you have any other questions or suggestions related to this article, do not forget to leave your comments below.