Roll back from windows 10

Have you recently upgraded to Windows 10 with windows updates and found some features missing and something that does’t seems to be working?


Here you are not alone, recently I upgraded my Windows 7 to Windows 10, although I had to force windows to download windows 10 [Tip: As an administrator on command prompt wuauclt.exe /updatenow and hit enter to skip waiting for windows 10 updates].


After upgrading I found that my Lan doesn’t works and also the redirected printers, I tried all the possible solutions to fix but none worked out, so I had to uninstall Windows 10 and get my Windows 7 back.



Steps How to Uninstall Windows 10 and Roll back to Windows 8, 81. or Windows 7


1. On your new Windows 10 open the Start menu, select the Settings, and go to Update & Security.


Now click on Recovery

rollback recovery

Click on Get started under Go back to Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 (depends on the previous version you were running).

rollback feedback

You get a pop up Dialog box, why are going back to your previous version of Windows, here you can choose just one and click Next. You will get 3-4 more dialog boxes just keep hitting next and finally you will see “Thanks for trying Windows 10″ once you hit Go back your computer will restart and restore your previous version of windows.

rollback final


Once the process is completed you will be delighted to see your previous version of windows is back.


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