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With the arrival of this official version, then it comes to the installation of win10 activation, but also has to return to the home version of $119, the professional version of the $199 pay to buy mode.Then, we need to understand that the activation is not equal to the permanent activation. However, it’s not been a hit with everyone. Some don’t like the new Start menu, there have been reports of compatibility issues, and many just aren’t comfortable with it. If you’re one of the people that wish they hadn’t upgraded, fear not – you can still go back to your old version of Windows.
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Be warned, though – you’ll need to act fast. Microsoft has built a feature into Windows 10 allowing users to roll back to their previous Windows version, but it’s only available for the first ten days after you install the new OS. It’s still possible to go back to an older version after this period elapses, but it’s more difficult and time-consuming.
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When your PC upgrades to Windows 10, the old operating system is kept on the hard drive for around a month; after the Anniversary Update, that falls to just 10 days. This means that you haven’t got long to decide whether or not you like the new OS.
Before you do this, it is a good idea to make sure all data is backed up using either an external hard drive or a cloud-based backup service. You may also want to ensure your old Windows 7 or Windows 8 product key is to hand just to be doubly careful. To roll back to your previous version of the OS, go to the Start menu and choose ‘Settings’, then ‘Update & security’. Choose ‘Recovery’ in the left-hand panel and, on the right, find ‘Go back to Windows 8.1′ or ‘Go back to Windows 7’. Click the ‘Get started’ button below that and follow instructions. Once you have gone back to the old version of Windows, older programs may need to be installed. Of course, this will only work if you still have the Windows.old folder (C:\Windows.old). If you can’t find it or you have deleted it, then you are out of luck.
A complete reinstall may be your only option if the rollback method described above is no longer available.
This can also have the effect of removing tons of bloatware that have clogged up your operating system, slowing it down.
A clean install is different from the Reset you PC option in Windows 8 and above. This can often re-install junkware that came from the manufacturer with the laptop.
This uses just the Windows media (CD or USB) and nothing else and should result in a faster PC as well. It is also a way of dealing with any malware-infected machines or those that have been riddled with ransomware and had data encrypted.
To perform a clean install, insert the Windows DVD into the disc drive or insert a USB containing the Windows installation media into a free USB port. Then turn on the computer (or restart it).
On the Microsoft Community Forums, Charles of Microsoft says:
From your Windows 10 Home running Version 1511, enter the Windows 10 Pro Default key under change product key:VK7JG-NPHTM-C97JM-9MPGT-3V66T
This default key will not activate the system, just take you to Pro so you can activate using a valid Pro key that you will provide. Once you have done this, the system will go through an upgrade process from Home to Pro, but will not be activated on Pro.
As you can see from the above, while this will upgrade your copy of Windows 10 Home to Pro, what it won’t do is activate it. If you decide you like the Pro version, you will need your own product key to activate the OS and use it permanently.
Windows 10 brought a lot of changes to Microsoft’s flagship desktop operating system when it debuted on July 29, 2015, and it has changed even more since then. With the release of the Anniversary Update in August (Build 1607 for Current Branch users, at Build 14393.105 as I write this), even license activation has changed. Here’s what most users of the business-oriented Windows 10
Earlier versions of Windows would often require you to enter a 25-character product key during the activation process. Today, this is required only if you wish to change the product key associated with the current installation. In that case, a window like this one will appear, ready to accept a replacement key for validation and possible acceptance.
I hope you will find right key for you computer .