EaseUS System GoBack is a software that is aimed for those who want to prepare their computer before upgrading to Windows 10 upgrade. Stakes are pretty for the new Windows 10 OS from Microsoft as it is a free update to many but those have reserved theirs may get headache if they do not prepare for it now.
System GoBack from EaseUS allows you to prepare you for the upgrade to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 by creating the image of the current system and later on, if the user wish to go back to their previous version of Windows, they can do it by press of a button. Clearly this app is aimed at those users who do not want the hassle of going into deep Windows menus and use built in image tools that are complex and not very user friendly.
Download the EaseUS system go back app and install it on your computer. Installation is easy and hassle-free. It is a 80MB download so make sure you download it over wireless connection. When you open the application, you will be greeted with a window containing two buttons. First is the “Backup System” button that allows you to make back up of your current system.
Second button, “Go Backup” is to fired when the user wishes to go back to previous version of Windows – when you have decided that the Windows 10 is not for you. It is also very useful when something goes wrong with the update process. Make sure to take note of the location path where the backup files as stored as this is where the EaseUS Sysstem GoBack will store your backup files.
Backing up process will take some time, depending on the amount of files it need to backup. There is a progress bar that tells you about the entire process. Once it has been completed successfully, you will have the option to roll back to this state once you have updated to Windows 10 operating system. The application is compatible with all version of Windows including 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and even XP. It is super easy to use and packs the horsepower to get the job done – reliably and safely.
EaseUS has some pretty good tools. I have been using their TodoBackup to backup and restore my system. Same goes for their Partition Manager. Really good and for basic home user needs, free.