Windows 10 Official Launch

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Windows 10 has officially landed, lets hope Microsoft gets it right

In case you have more than one PC, and in case you don’t want to wait for the automatic upgrade, you can get the Windows 10 ISO file and do either an upgrade or a Clean Installation on your PC.

The provided links will offer allow you to download something called Media Creation Tool and then the tool offers you either to upgrade your windows or create a ISO file. You can select your language, architecture, whether you use 32-bit or 64-bit hardware, and choose the Windows Edition you need. Make sure to check the System Requirements for Windows 10 ISO before you start the installation.

Lots of users if not most have not upgraded just yet. And if you are an impatient person like yours truly, by using this tool that becomes a forced update. The ISO that is download is 3GB in size, you get an option to upgrade from the ISO or make an install USB which you can use for other computers as well. If you want to burn it to USB file, you need at least 6GB drive or bigger to do so. The tool will automatically download the ISO that you can burn or download, and extract the ISO for a bootable USB installation drive.

Microsoft Offers ISO / update Versions for Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Home N, Windows 10 Home single language, Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 Pro N. You cannot get an ISO that will fit them all. The N stands for not with Media Player, created for the EU and Swiss market.

Note: All Starter, Basic and Home editions of Windows 7 and 8 are upgraded to Windows 10 Home, while all Pro and Ultimate editions are upgraded to Windows 10 Pro.

After installation Windows should update to the latest GeForce compatible driver and if you need the latest GeForce driver in a Package Launcher you can also Download that too. AMD is still pending but will be download automatically though Windows Update within Windows 10.

Windows 10 was this Wednesday July 29, 2015 launch in 190 countries and in 111 languages. Microsoft promises a Free Upgrade to Windows 10 for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users under the condition that you upgrade within the first year of it launching. You’ll also have 30 days to downgrade if your not happy or encounter hardware compatibly problems, remember that not all software and hardware are support so you could run into Problems and for some apparent reason if you do the FAQ are always available.

Fine that your still having trouble installing Windows 10, then you can checkout these following Tutorials:

How to download Windows 10 and Create Installation Media
How to Customize the Windows 10 Start Menu
Essential Software for Windows 10
Microsoft Releases tool to Hide or Block Unwanted Windows 10 updates
How to Switch from 32-bit versions of Windows to Windows 10 64-bit
Want DVD Playback on Windows 10? That will be $14.99, thanks!
Media Feature Pack for Windows 10 N and KN versions

If your like me and love Windows Tutorials or like helping other people that truly need it, than you may wanna have a look at Windows 10 Forums has they have hundreds of helpful topics and Tutorials that people use everyday.

PhoneyVirus
PhoneyVirus
Has a passion for computer hardware and dream’s of been a professional technician one day, fairly educated on the subject and opened minded. Programing maybe one of many interest, but are divided into what you call time. When he ant learning what’s new, he’s usually jamming out on electric guitar or playing some awesome PC Game.

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