Need to revert to an earlier version of Windows? Windows Support makes it simple and straightforward - follow their step-by-step guide to get up and running quickly.
Rolling back to an earlier version of Windows can be a daunting task. Fortunately, Windows Support is here to help. Rolling back to an earlier version of Windows can be a great way to fix any issues you may be having with your current version. It can also be a great way to recover lost or deleted files. Here are some steps to follow when rolling back to an earlier version of Windows with Windows Support.
Check your Windows version
The first step is to check your current Windows version. To do this, click the Start button, then click the gear icon to open the Settings window. In the Settings window, click System, then About. Here, you will see the version of Windows you are currently using. Make sure you make a note of this so you can compare it to the version you will be rolling back to.
Back up your files
Before you start the process of rolling back to an earlier version of Windows, it is important to back up your files. This is so that if anything goes wrong during the process, you will still have access to all your files. You can back up your files by using an external hard drive or a cloud storage service.
Contact Windows Support
Once you have backed up your files and have noted your current version of Windows, you will need to contact Windows Support. There are several ways to do this. The easiest way is to use the Windows Support website. Here, you will find a list of support options and contact details. You can also use the Windows Support app, which is available on the Microsoft Store.
Explain your issue
Once you have contacted Windows Support, you will need to explain your issue. Be sure to include the version of Windows you are currently using and the version you want to roll back to. This will help Windows Support to understand your issue and provide the appropriate support.
Follow the instructions
Once you have contacted Windows Support, they will provide you with instructions on how to roll back to an earlier version of Windows. It is important to follow these instructions carefully. If you do not follow the instructions correctly, you may end up with a corrupted version of Windows.
Restore your files
Once you have followed the instructions and have successfully rolled back to an earlier version of Windows, you will need to restore your files. This can be done by using the backup you created before starting the process.
Rolling back to an earlier version of Windows can be a great way to fix any issues you may be having with your current version. However, it is important to make sure you follow the instructions carefully and back up your files before starting the process. With Windows Support, you can be sure that you will have the support you need to roll back to an earlier version of Windows.