With just a week left for the official launch of Windows 10, software developers have started upgrading their software to support the newest version of Windows operating system and releasing new software for Windows 10.
EaseUS System GoBack Free
EaseUS, the company known for backup solutions like Todo Backup, has just released a new software named EaseUS System GoBack Free. As the name might suggest, the tool helps you easily downgrade to your current version of Windows if you’re not satisfied with Windows 10, after upgrading.
Well, if you’re wondering, the tool does nothing but creates a full backup of your existing version of Windows, and after upgrading to Windows 10, if you are not happy with it, EaseUS System GoBack Free will restore the previously created backup to downgrade to your previous version of Windows.
On your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, you need to run System GoBack Free software before upgrading to Windows 10 to create a backup copy of your system drive. And after upgrading to Windows 10, if you’re not satisfied with it, you can easily restore the backup copy using the same System GoBack Free software to downgrade to your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.
In our opinion, the tool isn’t just useful for users who are planning to upgrade to Windows 10, but useful for users who prefer to backup their operating system before making any major changes it.
Using System GoBack to downgrade from Windows 10
If you find that the tool is useful but not sure how to use it, here is how to setup and use this tool.
Step 1: On your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 computer, download EaseUS System GoBack Free (it’s about ~72 MB) and install the same.
During the installation, it might ask you for your email address!
Step 2: Run System GoBack Free on your Windows 7/8.1 PC.
Step 3: Select the location to save the backup copy and then click to Backup System to begin the backup job.
The time required to complete the job varies depending on the amount of data and your system specifications.
To downgrade to previous Windows version from Windows 10:
Step 1: Run System GoBack tool and simply click the Go Back button to begin the downgrade process.
We will update this guide once Windows 10 is released on July 29th.