Windows 10 Update: Upgrade Your PC From Windows 7, 8 Or 8.1 To Windows 10

Windows 10 Update: Upgrade Your Pc  Now: Windows 10 operating system is here to stay with lots of features that it brings to the table. I recently upgraded my PC from windows 8.1 to the latest Windows 10 Update (Free upgrade) and the experience has been wonderful.

I took my time to help friends and relatives to do similar upgrade to Windows 10 Update and even the recent windows 10 November update. This formed the reason I want to share this information so you can follow up in completing your own windows 10 upgrade with ease.

Are you still using the old windows (windows 7, 8 or 8.1)? I think it is time for you to move over to the new Windows 10 Update. This article wills help you archive that.

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Note that the upgrade is for those using windows 7, 8 or 8.1 that has original serial key (genuine copy of windows 7, 8 or 8.1). Those with Microsoft account and those that took part in the insider program can also upgrade for free.

The steps bellow will help you upgrade your PC to the new window without losing your data (save files on PC).

How To Install Windows 10 to Your PC,  Windows 10 Update

This process will form a guide for you as you upgrade to the new Windows 10 Update (whether from windows 7, 8 or 8.1).

Without much saying, open you  USB drive and run setup.exe. Wait a little while for the completion of the installation process just as shown below.

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Ensure your PC is connected to the internet. If you can’t download some of the update pop ups because of time, you can skip for latter by clicking “Not Right Now”. Remember to click on the “Agree” to license button for terms and services.

Remember to choose “Do not Change Anything” during the installation when you are prompt to do so because this could lead to file lost.

Next, click on the install button at the completion of the installation process.

May I announce to you that you are done and have successfully upgraded from windows 7, 8 or 8.1 to Windows 10 Update. You can click here for further clarification.

Hope it help? You can keep your comment in the comment box.