Microsoft makes Windows 10 upgrading process very easy and convenient procedure, it provides its latest operating system completely free for the user of Windows 7, 8 and Windows 8.1 to upgrade their system to Windows 10. But there are lots of issues some of them appear while the upgrading process and rest of them after upgrading. So, lots of users want to downgrade their PC because of these errors and issue, many of them also not happy with the user interface of Windows 10 because it is completely dedicated to the touch screen systems. There ar lots of issues or errors you may have to face while or with the Windows 10, some of them are given below:
- “Couldn’t Install Windows 10 Error (0XC1900101 – 0x20017)” While Windows 10 installation
- Windows 10 upgrade error 0x80246017
- error code -54 in iTunes on Windows 10
- “Error 0x80004005” While “Windows 10 KB3087040 Update”
- Windows 10 Start Button not working
- Windows 10 Error 0x803F7003
- “This Publisher has been Blocked from Running Software on your Machine” in Windows 10
All of the above given errors are very irritating but you can solve it, if you are using Windows 8.1, 8 or 7 and don’t want to install windows 10 then you can easily disable Auto-Download of Windows 10 Upgrade.
Steps to Downgrade Windows 10 to earlier versions
Apply the below given guide to downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 7, 8, or Windows 8.1.
Note 1: Microsoft is providing 30 days to easily reinstate their computers back to the previous version they were installed before.
Note 2: Make sure that the computer (laptop / notebook) is completely charged or plugged into a power source.
Step 1: Open the Settings by pressing Windows key + I
Step 2: Go to Update & security > Recovery.
Step 3: In the Recovery option find a Go back to Windows ‘x’ feature, here ‘x’ is the version of your previous version of Windows.
Step 4: After it click on the Get started to start the restoring process.
Step 5: now, a window will open where Microsoft will ask for the reasons of uninstalling the Windows 10.
Step 6: Click on Next.
Step 7: At last you have to follow the onscreen instructions.
That’s all, Windows 10 is uninstalled and your PC/laptop is restores to the previous version.
Professional recommendation after installation/uninstallation of Windows 10
After Installing or uninstalling Windows 10 there are lots of unwanted files and registry keys may generate on your PC that may slowdown the performance of your Windows system. So, it is recommended to cleanup all the unnecessary files and registry data from your system by using a professional Windows system Cleaner tool. This app is able to clean your Windows system very effectively and efficiently, this can also fix several types of error that generate during the downgrading process.