Have you been frustrated efforts of Installing Windows on your PC/ Laptop? Are you unable to Install Windows in your Laptop and still paying Money to Install? or You are afraid of Data Loss? You do not need to worry about this. In this article, we will discuss about “How to Install Windows 10 on your Laptop or PC?”. This article will help to those who don’t know How to Install Windows 10 in Laptop/ PC.
With Microsoft has the just release of Windows 10, but it can not be purchased. So you can go and get yourself a copy, hear this first.
Before you start, we advised that backing up data of your entire system, just in case something goes wrong or you want to uninstall Windows 10 and go back to Windows 8.
Firstly User Navigate to the Windows Insider home page and sign in. If you are not an insider, sign up for free.
Download The ISO File
- Now Click the preview link to download the ISO file. You can also burn the ISO file onto a CD/DVD and Boot your computer from it. The ISO file should also work if you have virtual software like VirtualBox or WMware Workstation installed.
- After downloaded a copy of the ISO file and burn it to a CD/DVD. Or use a virtualization to test. When you boot Windows, it will show you whether to upgrade or perform a custom installation.
- Then Select custom installation to continue.
- Now Windows file will start to copy and install. Wait till the installation is complete and Windows has rebooted. After that, you’ll be asked to customize the installation or use express settings.
- Then select express settings option works OK.
- If you do not want to create Microsoft online account then create a local account, then select the option to create a new account. If you want to use your Microsoft Online account to sign on, then type your email address and password below to sign on.
- Again, if you want to sign on with a local account and now with a Microsoft online account, now click the link the reads Sign in without a Microsoft account.
- This option will allow you to create a local username and password and use them to always sign on.
Now you can create your own username and password to sign in. Then wait for Windows to log you on. Now see how Windows 10 desktop looks like.
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