If your Windows 10 PC upgraded to a newer version without intension or you might yet net ready for the newly released version update or you might don’t like one of it newly introduced features or there are dozens of reasons to roll back your Windows 10 device to the previous version of windows 10.
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How to roll backup Windows 10 device to the previous version.
First and foremost the easiest way is to reverse your Windows 10 version using the Windows recovery button. Go to the Setting, Update & Security, Recovery Look for the Go back to the previous version of Windows 10 If the Get started button is enabled then your device has the recovery files of your previous version of Windows 10 and you can quickly reverse to previous version your Windows.
Note: Microsoft automatically removes the recovery file of the previous version after 15 to 30 days (this retention period varies based on the Windows 10 version). If the Get started button is disabled don’t worry we have another way for you to achieve follow the below instruction.
How to roll backup Windows 10 device if the previous version of recovery files not available in your device.
In order to complete this process, you need to have the Windows 10 iso file. You can quickly download the required version online. I assume you have the Windows 10 iso file for the version you are trying to reverse your Windows 10 device.
Follow the below steps to roll back up your device:
Note: This process is called Windows Refresh and 100% you will not lose a single file or software from your Windows 10 device during this process.
When you should roll back up your Windows 10 device to the previous version?.
As per Microsoft recommendation if your device meets any of the below symptoms in your Windows 10 device then you should roll back to the previous version of Windows 10.
Your PC isn’t working well and you recently installed an update.
Your PC isn’t working well and it’s been a while since you installed an app, driver, or update.
Your PC won’t start, you haven’t created a recovery drive, and resetting your PC didn’t work.
Your PC won’t start and you haven’t created a recovery drive.
Your PC won’t start and you’ve created a recovery drive.
You want to reinstall your previous operating system.
Your PC isn’t working well and you recently installed an app.