Its not too late to turn back – here is how to undo your Windows 10 upgrade.–PC Pitstop
Undo a Windows 10 Upgrade
by Bob Rankin
Don’t Like Windows 10? Here’s How to Downgrade
I explained how easy it is to upgrade even an older laptop to Windows 10 in my article, How To Get Windows 10 Right Now. My 5-year-old laptop is loving Windows 10, but not every one is equally happy with the new operating system.
Some people moving from Windows 7 are miffed that Windows 10 does not have an app to play DVD movies. Due to licensing issues, Windows Media Player was stripped from Windows 8 and Windows 10. There are paid apps in the Windows Store to replace it, but there’s no need to open your wallet to solve this problem. See my article on the free VLC Media Player software which will do the job nicely.
And then there’s Solitaire, the go-to app for people who want to waste time at work. I’ve seen rumors that the beloved card game was turned into a paid app, but that’s not true. You can still play Klondike, Spider, FreeCell and several other solitaire games on Windows 10 for free. There are some new features and a Premium version that require payment. But your favorites are still there, even though it may take a few extra clicks to find them.
Windows 10 UNDO Button
Those are nits, but some users are finding that third party screen savers don’t work reliably, and some are experiencing crashes when using the new Edge web browser. Others report occasional slowdowns, or trouble getting Cortana to understand voice commands.
Any newly-released major upgrade of complex software is going to have bugs. If you find them too annoying, and you’re not interested in waiting for Windows 10 to stabilize, or you just prefer the comfort of your old Windows 7 or 8 system, here’s good news-Article Continued Here