Since you basically got forced to update to Windows 10, which might now be giving you some problems.Please note that at HMGTech we highly recommend Windows 10 but like anything with technology there are always some unlucky users. Judging by the hundreds of comments on Facebook, Twitter and other places across the web in response to the situation, a lot of people are finding themselves upgrading unintentionally. And, well, a lot of them are upset. Fortunately, it’s easy to roll your Pc back to Windows 7, 8.
Here’ how to go back to Windows 7 or 8 after an unwanted Windows 10 upgrade.
Please Note! You’re allowed to roll back to your previous Windows version for 30 days after upgrading to Windows 10.
You should tinker with it to make your set up perfect again once you’ve returned to your previous version of Windows. In particular, you may have to reinstall some software, and do’t forget to use your Windows 7 password rather than your Windows 10 password if you created a Microsoft Account for the new operating system during the setup procedure.
Once you’ve upgraded a PC to Windows 10, you’ll always be able to do so again in the future. I completely understand after a non-consensual upgrade you can turn to a pair of helpful tools to disable the Windows 10 upgrade prompts from returning.
You’ll always be able to do it later on, after you’ve downgraded a PC to Windows 10. I fully undersand after a non-consensual upgrade it is possible to turn to a pair of tools that are helpful to disable the Windows 10 upgrade prompts from returning.
Never10 and GWX Control Panel may also prevent your computer from being updated to Windows 10 if it’s’t yet. As disabling patches can leave you exposed to new security defects installing one of those is a much better choice than disabling Windows Upgrades entirely to prevent Microsoft’s pestering.
Hope this helped you, have an excellent day.