By default, Windows 10 is installed on your PC, but you can still get it up and running with an older version of the software.
Windows 10 RT is an upgrade to Windows 10 built for a new OS, and it comes with a lot of new features, but it can still be a pain to get up and up to speed with.
This guide is designed to help you get up to date with the latest versions of Windows in the case you have been left out of the loop.
Read more 1 / 6 How to downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 to get it back to your likingAfter you’ve installed Windows 10, you’ll want to make sure you’ve switched to the new OS version, which you’ll see in your Start menu.
Select Windows, then select Control Panel.
To do this, press Windows + R. Next, press Return.
Select the “Control Panel” icon in the upper-right corner of the Start menu, then tap the “Add” button.
In the list of items that pop up, choose “Control panel”.
On the “Select a command” screen, select the “Command Prompt” entry.
Next to “Windows” in the list, choose the “Run as Administrator” option.
In this window, type “uninstall” and press Enter.
When you’re done, the “Windows 10” entry should be gone.
To make Windows 10 run without any problems, simply open the Start Menu, and then select the Programs and Features icon.
Under the Programs category, choose Windows, and you should see a new “Windows 7” entry in the sidebar.
Double-click it to remove Windows 7.
Next time you reboot, the old version will be gone and you’ll have to use the new version.
You can also download a Windows 7-compatible ISO image from here to run on Windows 10.