By now you've heard a lot about the Windows 10 upgrade, mostly mixed reviews. We've told you about its best features and its most helpful improvements. We've also warned you about the reasons you might not want to make the switch. It's a lot of information to process but we give you a complete picture so you can make an informed decision.
Millions of people decided to take advantage of the free upgrade. If you missed the July 29 deadline to get the free upgrade, we recently shared a loophole you can use to avoid the $119 charge. But now, you need to be certain that Windows 10 is what you really want. Microsoft has just reduced the number of days you have to roll back to an older version.
After upgrading to Windows 10, PC lovers had a whole 30 days to see if it was right for them. The older version was saved on their computer's hard drive and they were able to revert back to it if they didn't like the new version.
Going forward, people will only have 10 days to explore the software before making a decision. After those 10 days, the old version will automatically be deleted.
After trying Windows 10, if you decide that it's just not for you, there's one huge thing you need to think about before you roll back to Windows 7 or 8.