If you’re like most people, you probably have a few computers in your house. And even if you don’t, chances are you know someone who does. Lately, more and more people are moving to digital lifestyles and want to keep their computer systems connected to the internet. But sometimes, it can be difficult to get Windows 10 running on a new PC. In this article, we’ll show you how to install Windows 10 on a new PC without any help from a professional installer.
How To Install Windows 10 On A New PC?
1. First, you’ll need to purchase a USB drive that’s at least 8GB in capacity. You can get a 32GB USB drive for $10-20 on Amazon.com.
2. Next, download the Windows 10 ISO file from Microsoft directly. This is the file that contains the Windows 10 installation files.
3. Insert your USB drive into any computer with a working Windows operating system and run the following command:
Once you’ve inserted your USB drive, you should see something like this:
4. Now simply follow these steps to install Windows 10 on your new PC:
Step 1: Insert your USB drive into another computer or device and make sure it’s recognized by the operating system
Step 2: Go to Settings > Update & security > Recovery and choose Get started under Choose how recovery works > Install now (see image above).
Step 3: When you see the option to choose where to install Windows 10, select Install now without restarting so that you can continue installing after performing any necessary updates (see image above).
Step 4: Select I accept the license terms and conditions, then select Next when prompted by the UAC dialog box (see image above).
Step 5: When prompted by the language selection dialog box, select I’ll be using this PC for work, then select Next when prompted by the User Account Control dialog box (see image above).
Step 6: When prompted by the Choose a language box, select English (United States), then select Next when prompted by the Windows Setup dialog box.
Step 7: Once Windows 10 setup has finished installing, you’ll be prompted to restart your computer. Select Restart now and wait for your computer to boot up. You’ll have Windows 10 installed on your PC within minutes.
The easiest way to install Windows 10 is with a USB drive, but it can also be done with a recovery drive if you don’t have any extra USB flash drives laying around. Or you can simply use a DVD or CD that has the ISO file that you downloaded above.
How To Make A Bootable Pendrive?
1. Download and install Rufus.
2. Select your Pendrive and then select the option to partition it.
3. After that you need to create a bootable drive by clicking on the Next button (see image above).
4. Finally you need to select how big you want the Pendrive to be, leave it at default size for simplicity, and then click on the finish button (see image above).
5. You should now have an ISO file with a bootable pen drive that you can use for installing Windows 10 on your computer or any other device such as a laptop or desktop computer.
After the installation is complete, how to use Windows 10
Now that Windows 10 is installed and working correctly, it’s time to use it. In this article, we’ll show you how to start using Windows 10. You’ll first need to create a new account on the computer. Once you have an account, you can then start using Windows 10.
How To Set Up Your Computer For Windows 10
1. To set up your computer for Windows 10, you need to sign in with your Microsoft account.
2. After signing in with your Microsoft account, you’ll be prompted to enter a password. Enter the password, then select Sign in.
3. Now that you’re signed into Windows 10 using your Microsoft account, it’s time to set up the rest of the computer. To do this, use the Settings icon.
4. When prompted by the Set up my PC or Add a device dialog box (see image above), select I don’t have this device and click on Next when prompted by the Set up my PC dialog box.
5. Select Install Windows 10 from a bootable device and click on Next when prompted by the Choose how to install Windows dialog box.
6. Select Use a digital license for my new PC and click on Next when prompted by the Use an existing PC with a digital license dialog box.
7. If you have previously used Windows 7 or 8 and want to continue using those versions of Windows instead of upgrading to Windows 10, select Use an existing version of windows instead of upgrading at this time and click on Next when prompted by the Upgrade now or later dialog box.
8. You’ll now be asked if you want to save files before starting setup again, you can select or deselect this option.
9. This is where you’ll have the option to select a language for Windows 10, we recommend you select your native language.
10. Select Create an account and enter a username and password, then click on Next when prompted by the Create an account dialog box.
There are many ways to get Windows 10 on your computer or device, including downloading it from Microsoft’s website (or other online sources) and installing it manually by putting the files onto a USB flash drive or DVD disc, or by using the built-in upgrade feature in Microsoft’s own desktop software (Microsoft Office or Internet Explorer). Another way is to use a third-party software called “Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant”. This tool will help you upgrade to Windows 10 for free by downloading the files from Microsoft’s servers and then installing them on your computer.
1. Will I be able to get Windows 10 for free?
No, Microsoft offers a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8 users. The free upgrade is only valid for the first year of its availability. After that, you’ll have to pay to get Windows 10.
2. What is the difference between Windows 10 and Windows 8?
Windows 10 has many new features like Cortana, Microsoft Edge web browser, universal apps with cross-platform support, and more.
3. Who is eligible for a free upgrade?
Windows 10 is available for anyone who owns a compatible version of Windows 7 or 8 (32-bit or 64-bit). You must also be running one of these OSes on your current computer within 30 days before you receive the invitation to download Windows 10.
4. Why should I wait until August 2017 to get my free copy?
The free upgrade offer ends on July 29th, 2017 at which time anyone who owns a compatible version of Windows 7 or 8 will no longer be able to get a free upgrade.