Windows 10 is the latest and best versions of Windows from Microsoft where this features a fast and easy version to use where the company has merged the best features in the previous versions and presented in the new version and in this article we will explain how to install Windows 10 via USB.
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What are the requirements for installing Windows 10 via USB
flash memory USB Flash size 8 GB or higher
Rufus program to burn Windows version to USB flash
Windows version ISO version
How to install Windows 10 from USB
- To download Windows versions in ISO format click on this link windows 10
- Use the scroll bar to access the Windows version Select Drop-down menu
- Choose the Windows 10 version of this list
- Click the Confirm button
- Select the language and click the “Confirm” button
- After the download process is finished, you must copy the ISO file to USB memory.
1- Choose a Windows 10 version ISO file that you downloaded
2- Click Start
The program will show you the Ready message after you finish copying the ISO file to USB memory
How to install Windows 10
Connect the USB to the computer
Turn on the computer.
Set the boot from USB memory option through computer BIOS settings
Choose the language as shown in the image, and then click Next.
Click Install now
1- Tick the box I accept the license terms
2- Click Next.
choose the first option If you want to upgrade your old Windows system or choose the second option to install Windows
Click Custom: Install Windows Only (Advanced).
1- Select the appropriate drive, and then click Format
2- Click the Next button to start the copy and install Windows. This process will take some time
Wait until the version of Windows 10 is installed
The computer will reboot more than once, don’t click on anything.
Click Use Express Settings
When you have finished installing the Windows default settings, add the information as shown in the picture
2- Type the password
3- Reset the password in the Re-enter password box to confirm
4- Click Next
Wait for some time to install the settings.
And so we’ve installed Windows and the following image illustrates the shape of Windows 10
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