Giweaway offer John got from EaseUS for our members.
I do not need system image backups in the traditional sense. I have everything saved on my OneDrive which is synced on each PC I use. I have no fear nor risk to lose my data.
My way to use system images is when a new build is released, I do a clean install on a reference PC, interrupting the installation after the last reboot before any user accounts have been created and boot to Audit Mode. I then install all software using the PowerShell OneGet, customize Windows and the default user profile, sysprep the Windows image and shutdown.
Then I use Macrium to create a system image. I use this image then to instead of regular Windows install media to install Windows on all my machines. That way I get a clean install with all my customizations and installed software, n ot needing to install Windows first then all software and customize Windows separately on each machine.
I must say it's unique if nothing else. And yes, I could follow it!
Following Brink's tutorial, here is how you rollback
Windows 10 - Go Back to Previous Windows - Windows 10 Forums