if you have MORE than 1 backup you shouldn't lose them. In any case a windows partition backup with most decent backup programs probably isn't more than around 25 GB -- you could even store the image temporarily on a Micro sd card on a PHONE. A micro 32 GB SDHC card is really cheap as well and you can use one of those SD==>MICROSDHC adapters.
I don't buy the argument that people haven't got spare storage to store a backup. If they really don't then they should BUY a cheap external HDD. Your DATA these days is likely to be worth considerably more than the computer itself. Music, Video, documents etc just for starters.
We are talking about system backup and not data backup. Data backup is a common sense. System backup is an instinct. If you don't have it, you don't have it.
Very happy with iOrbit uninstaller. . .works for me. . .
I also use IObit Uninstaller and have for quite some time. Indeed, I'm very pleased with how many legacy software programs Win 10 is compatible with, especially as I'm running Win 10 on legacy hardware (a 7 year old laptop!). In fact all of my programs save one (Universal Extractor) are running fine under Win 10.
It's nice that I won't have to reinvest in every computer hardware and software piece I own, just to keep my OS fresh. Microsoft got this one right.
After seeing all of the solutions, then I guess everyone concurs...
Microsoft absolutely needs a better uninstaller program, now let us see if it ever happens.