How to easily Format and install Windows 10 on your PC

How to easily Format and install Windows 10 on your PC

How to easily  Format and install Windows 10 on your PC

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How to easily  Format and install Windows 10 on your PC

First we have To format your hard disk For Windows 10 installation, So we have to  boot, your computer using the Windows 10 installation disc or USB flash drive with windows 10 configuration files.

Then follows these all steps as follows


1. Turn on your computer as normal. Then  insert the Windows 10 installation disc or USB flash drive as mentioned above , and then simply  shut down your computer.
o If you don’t have a Windows 10 Installation USB or CD, you can download and create one from windows official websites
2. Restart your computer ensure that windows installation disc placed inside the drive.
3. Windows installation guide will open then follow the instructions that appear.
4. On the "Install Windows" tab provide your language and preferences, and then press Next.
5. If there is any problem in appearing - Install Windows -page and you're not asked to press any key, you might need to change some system settings..
6. On license agreement page, if you accept the license termspls  accept the  terms, and then press Next.
7. Choose Custom installation on Which type of installation page.
8. Please mention the drive to which windows is installed on ‘Where do you want to install Windows? ‘page,
9. Select the partition that you want to format and then press Format.
o Suppose we have multiple partition on this hard drive and want to them to make one big drive , then select a partition and press on the Delete option for each partition. Now all the partitions get deleted then  select the Unallocated Space partition and click Format.
o Choose  the suitable formatting option that we want.
o When you've finished formatting, click Next.
10. Follow the instructions and provide necessary  information until Windows 10 is finished installation, which include giving  name to your computer and creating user  accounts etc.
11. If you just want to format and not need to reinstall Windows 10 then you can stop at this point and keep the formatted drives.

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