Aug 05, 2015

How to revert to Windows 7 if I don’t like Windows 10?

I’m about to start the upgrade process on my laptop, but I’m curious if I can revert back to Windows 7 if I don’t like Windows 10. It this a easy process, difficult, or impossible once the update to Windows 10 is completed?
I see you already have an answer for this, but here's a link to the Windows 10 support site in case you need it later:
Step 1: From the Windows 10 Start Menu, click on Settings.
Step 2: On the Settings page, click on the button that reads Update & Security...
Step 3: Now on the Update & Security page, click on Recovery and then under Go Back to Windows X (where "X" is the version of your previous Windows prior to upgrading to Windows 10), click on Get Started.

Step 4: Select a reason for the rollback and then click Next.

After a warning and a confirmation, the rollback process will start. The process can take as short as a few minutes to about half an hour depending on the speed of your computer. In my experience, rolling back from Windows 10 to Windows 7 was much quicker (just about a fourth of the time) than my original upgrade process.

However, this downgrade option will be available only for one month since installing Windows 10.

After that, you may also want to consider installing a rollback tool like Easeus System GoBack. Because rollback option expires after one month. GoBack should work indefinitely.
So long as you upgraded to 10 within the last month you can revert back to Windows 7, if you decide to wait and want to go back you’ll need to reinstall the OS to the one the machine came with. Either way make sure you backup. This site has the steps for OS recovery:
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