How to Rollback From Windows 10 in a few Clicks

Windows 10 has finally arrived and already accounts for an estimated market share of 0.375%. Microsoft’s figures suggest a staggering 14 million devices were activated within 24 hours of launch. However, Microsoft’s latest and probably last operating system has come under fire due to privacy concerns and users have reported some unnerving bugs. The procedure to revert from Windows 10 is relatively simple, but it must be done within 30 days of your initial upgrade date.

If you decided to perform an upgrade without transferring any files, make sure to back up any data on an external flash drive or optical media. Operating systems are prone to anomalies when using a system restore or reformat so it’s important to have a contingency plan. Once your data has been successful backed up, it’s now time to instigate the rollback from Windows 10.

Firstly, navigate to the Start Menu and click on the Setting tab. This will bring up the traditional Control Panel which contains a number of categorized options.

Click on the Update and security icon to access a new screen with installation commands.

Next, you should be able to see the Update and security menu which contains a host of system tools. On the left, there is a tab entitled, “Recovery”. Click this and the right hand section will display 3 key options. Ensure you select the “Get Started button” underneath the label “Go back to Windows 7/8/8.1”.

Once pressed, Microsoft allows you to cancel the process or offer feedback on the decision to drop Windows 10 from your system. To proceed, you must tick one of the boxes and click next.

After choosing a reason for the rollback, Microsoft asks you to confirm the decision to prevent customers from making any rash decision.

Then, your PC will begin to automatically downgrade from Windows 10 and doesn’t require any user-input. This could take 10-30 minutes depending if you have an SSD or mechanical hard drive. When the procedure is finished, you should be able to log into your previous operating system without any problems.

Please let us know if this guide helped you and your overriding opinions of Windows 10 so far.

720p and 30FPS Might Be Too Much for Project CARS on the Wii U

Slightly Mad Studios might have pushed it too far with a release for Nintendo’s Wii U platform. Word is that the developers are having a rough time figuring out how to port Project CARS on the latter platform and have it playable at the same time.

There have been a few delays for the Wii U release already and things are not looking good either way you put it. The team is struggling with to deliver even the basic 720p running at 30FPS. Ian Bell, head of Slightly Mad Studios, said that they want to wait for Nintendo to reveal the NX console at E3 before taking any drastic measures. This means that Project CARS may have a greater chance of being released on Nintendo’s future console rather than the Wii U.

However, if Nintendo will not reveal the NX platform at E3, Bell said that they will eventually release it for the Wii U, but with a big graphics downgrade. To be honest here, will anyone enjoy the title without its visuals nowadays? I mean, is it wise force a release on the platform with such a huge drawback? My thought is to drop it altogether and focus on maintaining what works. What are your thoughts?

Thank you Nintendo Insider for providing us with this information