Windows 10: Will 10 Save My 7 Configuration If I Do a Clean Install? Solved

  1.    25 May 2016 #1

    Will 10 Save My 7 Configuration If I Do a Clean Install?

    I recently activated my free upgrade and chose to transfer over my programs, configurations, etc. After doing this, my boot time went from around 20 seconds to 1:15. I want to try a clean install but only if I still have the option to revert back to my 7 OS with all of my programs and settings intact.
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  2.    25 May 2016 #2

    Clean install keeps nothing. If you want to be able to revert back to Windows 7, you need to do it now, make a backup image of your Windows 7 then do the clean install. If you want to return to Windows 7 after that then you would restore the backup image you made.
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