How-to Get Started with Windows 10

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If you haven't already successfully upgraded to Microsoft's latest operating system, then this is a good place to get to know what you need to know before you start.

Now, I'm not going to rehash everything that's already been said. Instead, I'm going to give you a list of links that will tell you what you need to know. Think of this as a place to come for helpful resources. If you find something here on Windows Central that you think should be added to this list, please post it as a suggestion for us.

Windows 10 Activation/Upgrade/Installation FAQ
How to prepare your PC for the Windows 10 upgrade | Windows Central
How to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 | Windows Central
Windows 10 upgrade not showing up yet? Here's how to manually trigger an update | Windows Central
How to do a clean installation of Windows 10 | Windows Central
Official Windows 10 ISO files now available for download | Windows Central
How to upgrade to Windows 10 over USB
What's better: Clean install or upgrade to Windows 10?
Windows 10 help, tips and tricks | Windows Central

If you're having problems with your Windows 10 upgrade, be sure to check out this link below.
These are the most common errors with the Windows 10 upgrade and how to fix them | Windows Central

Having trouble with App Updates through the Windows Store?
How to fix pending or stuck apps in the Windows 10 Store

And straight from the Microsoft Windows 10 Specifications page, we have the following:
Windows 10 Specifications - Microsoft

On that specifications page, you'll find information on:
  • System Requirements
  • Feature Deprecation (Discontinued features)
  • Additional Requirements to use certain features
  • Upgrade Editions
  • Windows 10 Full Localization Languages

We'll add to this list as the need arises. Let us know what you need, and perhaps we'll write up a brand new tutorial for you!
 
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badelhas

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If you haven't already successfully upgraded to Microsoft's latest operating system, then this is a good place to get to know what you need to know before you start.

Now, I'm not going to rehash everything that's already been said. Instead, I'm going to give you a list of links that will tell you what you need to know. Think of this as a place to come for helpful resources. If you find something here on Windows Central that you think should be added to this list, please post it as a suggestion for us.

Windows 10 Activation/Upgrade/Installation FAQ
How to prepare your PC for the Windows 10 upgrade | Windows Central
How to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 | Windows Central
Windows 10 upgrade not showing up yet? Here's how to manually trigger an update | Windows Central
How to do a clean installation of Windows 10 | Windows Central
Official Windows 10 ISO files now available for download | Windows Central
How to upgrade to Windows 10 over USB
What's better: Clean install or upgrade to Windows 10?
Windows 10 help, tips and tricks | Windows Central

If you're having problems with your Windows 10 upgrade, be sure to check out this link below.
These are the most common errors with the Windows 10 upgrade and how to fix them | Windows Central

Having trouble with App Updates through the Windows Store?
How to fix pending or stuck apps in the Windows 10 Store

And straight from the Microsoft Windows 10 Specifications page, we have the following:
Windows 10 Specifications - Microsoft

On that specifications page, you'll find information on:
  • System Requirements
  • Feature Deprecation (Discontinued features)
  • Additional Requirements to use certain features
  • Upgrade Editions
  • Windows 10 Full Localization Languages

We'll add to this list as the need arises. Let us know what you need, and perhaps we'll write up a brand new tutorial for you!

Those are actually very good tips, thanks for sharing them ;)
 

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