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I fully expect the smooth roll backs to be the case after 29/7 as well.

Once your upgrade to Windows 10 is complete you will arrive in the new OS ready to go with your compatible apps, programs and all of your files waiting for you.

Again this could take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks – Microsoft has not made any statements relating to this schedule.

Microsoft has been able to monitor the number of successful upgrades between builds in the Windows Insider Program over the last 10 months so I am sure they will use this tool to track upgrades during the roll out.

At some point, when they are happy with how things are progressing, Microsoft will simply make the upgrade available on demand to anyone on Windows 7 (with SP1) and 8.1.

Once the updates are in process you can monitor their progress and then close the Store app once everything is updated.

On 29 July the 10 month public development journey of Windows 10 will end with the General Availability of the new operating system.

Microsoft is planning the roll out in a measured approach to monitor the process and address any hitches that may occur along the way before opening the flood gates.