The problems experienced in the wake of the launch of Windows 10 in July 2015 have been manifold, and some of them are quite widespread. Sometimes the menu button fails to appear; you may find it hard to adapt to the new interface; some of your applications may not be compatible with this Windows system; or your system might have problems starting up after upgrading. Microsoft will probably end up solving these problems eventually, but if you can't wait and need your PC to function perfectly right now, this tool will help you go back to your old system.
Make sure you understand how EaseUS GoBack works after you install it. You'll have two options: 'Back up System' and 'Go Back'. The first one lets you back up the files, applications, and settings you don't want to lose. This feature will help you both go back to your old operating system and return to Windows 10 at some point in the future without having to worry about losing anything. The second option, 'Go Back', is the main function that will erase Windows 10.
It's recommended to use the backup option so you don't lose any important information due to some unexpected error. EaseUS GoBack's two simple features will help you get your old computer back in matter of minutes, and then you can wait for a more stable version of Windows 10 before reinstalling it.