First, you need to prepare the Windows 10 ISO file, then download and install the Windows USB / DVD Download Tool here. This tool will help you create a Windows USB / DVD installer from the ISO packet.
Once you have your USB / DVD set up with Windows 10, connect the USB / DVD drive to your computer and reboot. During startup, set the BIOS / UEFI preference to boot from DVD or USB.
When prompted Press any key to boot from DVD or USB appears, press ENTER or any key to boot into USB / DVD install Windows 10.
Wait a few seconds for the USB / DVD install to proceed downloading the data, when ready, the language screen and region settings will appear. Click Next> Install
The Enter Key Activation screen appears. If you have a Windows 10 license key, enter it and click Next. If not, click Skip to skip this step and will activate after the installation is complete.
In case you enter the right key, the version selection screen will appear. Select the version of Windows you own the activation key and click Next.
The next screen will be the terms of the agreement, check the option I accept the license terms and click Next.
Next, you will be offered two installation options, including Upgrade and Custom. For the purposes of this article is to install new, so click Custom.
On the next screen, select the partition used to install Windows 10. Often we will choose the partition in the first row. To avoid errors, click on the completed partition and then click on the Format option to reformat the partition (which will lose all data). In this step, you should be careful to avoid deleting the important partition containing the data.
In case you install Windows 10 onto a new drive and do not have a partition, click New and adjust the volume to proceed to creating the new partition directly.
After you have selected the partition used to install Windows 10, click on Next.
The installation process will start, you will experience 2 to 3 reboots during installation. And whenever you reboot, when the Press any key to boot from DVD or USB screen appears, you do not need to press any key.
When the installation process is complete, you will be brought through the configuration interface configuration. On the first screen, click the Customize settings option.
On the next screen, keep the options and click Next.
On the Who owns this PC? Screen, click I own it and click Next.
Next, you will be asked to sign in to your Microsoft account to continue. If you do not have an account yet, you can create one yourself by clicking on the Create one option or skipping by clicking on Skip this step.
If you choose Skip this step, you will be taken to the Local Account Setup screen. Please fill in the required account information.
Next, you’ll be taken to the PIN setup screen to log in instead of password. According to Microsoft, PIN is more secure than a long password. If you want to use a PIN to log in instead of password, press PIN me! If you still want to use the password, click Skip this step.
The PIN Setup screen will appear, enter any code from 0 to 9, at least 4 characters in it and click OK.
Depending on the location and language of your choice, you will be able to see Cortana Bridge, a personal digital assistant in Windows 10. Click Next.
Next, Windows 10 will reformat and install the system applications. This may take a few minutes.
Finally, when everything is done, the Windows 10 screen will appear.
Here are the steps to install new Windows 10 on your computer, hopefully this article will help you.
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