Windows 10 most of the people horrified of that, it’s a myth that Windows 10 in not working properly in most of the PC’s but I think this is the best OS till date released by Microsoft Corp. I have installed Windows 10 in my workstation as well as in my laptop too.
Here I am showing you how to install windows 10 on your PC.
Latest OS: Make sure that you are running the latest version of either Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1 Update.
Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor or SoC.
RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) for 32-bit or 2 GB for 64-bit.
Hard disk space: 16 GB for 32-bit OS 20 GB for 64-bit OS.
Graphics card: DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver.
Display: 800×600 or higher.
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Installation Procedure –
1. Boot the system with the help of installation media (DVD/USB/PXE etc.)
2. Click Next and you’ll be taken to the Install now button screen.
3.At this point you can choose whether you want to upgrade Windows or install a new custom install. Since we’re recommending that everybody install into a virtual machine or on a test PC, you should select Custom here.
Update: You should probably choose to Upgrade the first time, because the license key might not work otherwise.
4. At this point you’ll need to pick where to install Windows 10. You might need to delete or create a partition, but if you are using a virtual machine, you can just click Next.
Now the Process of Installation of windows 10 is begin…
5. Once the PC reboots again, you’ll be able to select the settings like whether Windows Updates are enabled (they aren’t allowed to be disabled in the preview). We’d recommend just using the express settings if you are using a test machine — use Custom if you’re really going to use the computer.
6. And now you can sign into your Microsoft account. We’d recommend using a Microsoft account because otherwise you won’t be able to use half of the new features and you may as well use Linux or stick with Windows 7.
If you’ve setup your account properly you’ll probably be asked to verify it in the middle. We excluded those steps from this article, but they are pretty simple.
7. Now you’ll be asked how to setup the PC. Since we wanted to test everything as a new computer, we chose to set it up as a new PC instead, but you could copy all your settings from another computer if you wanted to.
8. Want to use One Drive? It’s nicely integrated into Windows, so we just left it alone.
9. And now a colorful screen that tells us things are happening.
10. And finally, we are at the desktop! Note that the desktop on the full release of Windows 10 looks different, and this screenshot came from a per-release version.
Now click that Start button. Click it. You know you want to.