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Step by Step Guide Windows 10 Installation

Steps For Windows 10 Installation

First of all Boot the machine with windows 10 bootable USB or CD-DVD.

Step 1: In the welcome screen, choose your language settings and click the “Next” button to proceed.

Step 2: Accept the license terms and click “Next” to proceed.

Step 2

Step 3: In the next step, you have to select the drive to install. If you have multiple drives on your computer, you will see them all there. Choose the correct drive to install. If you are installing Windows 10 over an existing Windows, you may install side by side on another drive.

Step 3Step 4: Installer will copy all the necessary files to the computer and continue with the installation. Depending on your system configuration, it may take a while (10-20 minutes) to complete the installation.

Step 4

After successful installation, you will see the welcome screen, which is similar to the Windows 8 theme.

Getting-Devices-Ready-Windows-10-Installation

 

You will be presented with an option to select the Settings. Unless you want to make custom configuration, you can choose “Express Settings” and proceed.

Final Step : You will be prompted to select One Drive option. If you don’t want to integrate One Drive storage for this computer, you can Turn Off the One Drive options. The next step is installing some basic apps for your Windows 10 computer. No intervention from your side is necessary. Windows will automatically install the apps for you. It may take several minutes to complete the installation. As part of installation, you will need to connect your Microsoft account with your OS to access various services like Microsoft App Store. You will need to use the same Microsoft account to login to your Windows.

You are all set. In a few minutes, Windows 10 will be configured and will be ready for you to use. If you encounter any errors or have any suggestions for Microsoft to improve the OS, don’t forget to report them to Microsoft.

  • Shakir Shah

    Nice