Easeus System GoBack



Release of new version of windows is always highly anticipated, exciting and terrifying in proportionate measure. The stake has been further ramped with Windows 10 offering itself as free update for user running Windows 7 and 8. However, in case users are not satisfied with the new operating system then a problem arises for the user. Obvious resolution is taking a fail-safe drive image before one begins and this is where Easeus System GoBack steps in. It is aimed precisely for windows users who does not want the hassle of discovering and exploring window’s built-in system image tools or for user unaware of third party tool like Macrium Reflect. System Goback has been designed to make the process as convenient as possible. And in spite of the fact that it is targeted at Windows 7 and 8 users, it works perfectly well with XP and Vista too.

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First step is downloading and installing the app. Although is a hefty 80MB download, much of that is taken up with the program’s recovery boot image. Once launched one can see just two buttons: Backup System for taking pre-upgrade backup, Go Backup which is needed for replacement of windows 10. Make sure to note the path of location where System GoBack will save fail-safe image. Unfortunately, one cannot change this. Everything works as expected, a progress bar shows the information of backup’s progress. Once the progress is completed, user has a fall back option in case of fall out with windows 10. There is one warning, while an emergency boot disc is supplied in ISO form one need to burn this in case upgrade goes terribly wrong.

Installation: CLICK Here to download from official EaseUS website. Installation is pretty easy and it gets installed like other traditional software. It works almost on all versions of windows starting from window XP to Window 8.1.

Downgrading Windows 10 using System GoBack

  • On starting the program one notices only two buttons, Backup System and GoBack

  • Before Windows 10 update, make a backup of local C drive by clicking on Backup System option. By default, other drive partitions are chosen to create a backup file. The process might take time for completion depending on the size of windows C partition.

  • When wanting to go back, simply run the program and click on Go Back option. In this way machine is rolled back to the previous operating system state.

  • This is for the first time Microsoft is offering the option of reverting back to previous versions. It reflects the flexible and refreshing approach of the company. Its ease of use and friendly user-interface makes it a tool worth preserving for worst case scenario.

  • Quick Features

  • Protect Window 10 upgrade experience to avoid data loss

  • Restore applications, games and operating system without reinstalling

  • If necessary, downgrade Windows 10 to 7 or 8.1

  • When needed goes back to previous system station

  • Verdict: EaseUs System GoBack definitely provides an easy way to backup and restore best windows 10 downgrade tool. It is easy to use. However, failure to automatically create an emergency boot disc leaves the user gravely exposed if the upgrade go horribly wrong.

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