Windows 10 has been a massive success and a huge success is to be expected with this version of the operating system.
We know that Microsoft has taken a huge amount of time to perfect this new OS and the company has also worked extremely hard to deliver a complete experience.
It’s also been a very successful release as Microsoft has managed to get more and more users on board.
However, Windows 10 doesn’t just come with a plethora of new features, it also offers an entire set of tools that users can use to tweak the way the OS is run.
Windows 10 is also available in a number of different configurations, some of which are completely free, some that cost money, and some that are not.
Here’s everything you need to know about installing Windows 10 on your PC.
The Basics Before you can install Windows 10, you’ll need to download and install the drivers for your computer.
Depending on your particular computer, there may also be a few different versions of the drivers that you’ll be using.
If you’re going to install Windows 8.1 on your computer, you should also download and download the Windows 8 driver for your particular device.
These two Windows 8 drivers will help you get started with Windows 10.
You can download the Microsoft Windows 10 driver here, and the Intel Windows 7 driver here.
Once you’ve downloaded the drivers, you can download and unzip them to get the most up-to-date version of Windows 10 available for your PC: Open the Windows Update Control Panel Open Windows Setup Go to Settings and Security Navigate to System and Security and click Start Click OK Go back to Windows Updates Now that you’ve installed the drivers you need, you’re ready to install the Windows OS: Click Start Click Run Windows will ask you for a username and password to install Windows Now go ahead and click OK .
Now it’s time to install your Windows 10 OS: Right click Windows Start Menu and select Run.
On the Windows Update page, click Install Now Windows 8 will now install automatically and will download and run the Windows 10 OS Once the Windows updates are installed, Windows will ask for a username and password to install the Windows 7 OS.
Go ahead and enter the username and Password and then click Next.
Now you’ll get a pop-up that will ask for your username and password Click Yes.
Your Windows 7 and Windows 10 installations are now complete.
In this guide, we’ll cover how to install and run Windows 10 in a standard desktop environment, and how to use Windows 10 as a mobile OS.