Why has it taken you so long to transit from your old windows 7 to the latest Windows 10 version? Is it the installation process? Well, this tutorial is meant to provide you with a step-by-step process on how to set up your Windows 10. One thing for sure is that you will enjoy a lot of features from Windows 10. Way more than what Windows 7 or 8 offer.
The good thing about setting up your Windows 10 is that the entire process has a lot of resemblance with Windows 7 installation. Moreover, the process is very easy and precise. You do not need to consult any technician in order to set up Windows 10 in your computer.
Below are the steps that you should follow:
You will require getting Windows program either on CD or Flash drive. When copying this program into your CD or Flash drive, it is very important to ensure that it is bootable. It should be bootable in the sense that your PC can be able to select it as a booting alternative. This is the only way that your PC will respond to the new program and consequently have it installed flawlessly.
Ensure that your computer is switched off once the disk or flash drive has been inserted. You should then restart your computer with the Windows 10 drive in it. In the booting process, you will be requested to strike any key in order to allow your PC to boot from either the CD or bootable flash drive. In this case, you should strike any key as requested in order to prompt the set up process.
Once you have allowed your PC to use the bootable CD or Flash drive in it, you will be taken to another setup window. At this juncture, you will be presented with some changeable options including language, time and security format, and the input method. In most cases, the default options should be used unless you are not an English speaker. In other words, you are free to make your own preferences. Once done, strike the ‘next’ key.
Upon clicking on the ‘next’ button, you will be taken to yet another setup window. This window provides you with an option of either repairing or installing new Windows. In this case, we are talking about new installation. Click on the ‘Install Now’ button. This should launch the process of installing new Windows in your PC.
This is the step where you can opt to partition your hard drive or not. If you are using a virtual machine, then you will only have to click on ‘Next’ button and allow the rest of the installation to run automatically.
In the installation process, your computer might reboot severally while requesting you to make some preference commands. At this juncture, all you need is to ensure that you make all preferences accordingly. The final destination should land you in your new Windows 10 desktop.