So Windows 10 has been pushed out to people with some insistence over the last 6 months. Having a little Windows 10 logo on your start bar every time you start the computer up, has you thinking if you should do it.
For the most part, this is fine to do. However, I have had quite a number of customers experiencing issues after the upgrade to Windows 10.
The issues people experience are blue screens, incomplete upgrade resulting in no operating system and driver issues. When an upgrade causes issues it can be a lot of work getting the computer to a running state again. Thankfully Windows has a simple option to revert the changes and go back to your previous operating system.
I don’t know if this option is available to all people, however I have successfully used it. Obviously it won’t help if your computer crashed during the upgrade.
It’s explained here: