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Re: Upgrade to Windows 10 after factory reset

Steps for Windows 7 to Windows 10 Upgrade

To begin with, get a licensed Windows 10 OS. Now, create a Windows 10 media creation tool (www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 ) by visiting the Software Download section on the official website of Microsoft Windows. Then, proceed to the below-mentioned instructions:

(Important: For Windows 7 to Windows 10 upgrade, you must be login to your computer system with administrative rights)

 

  1. Click Download tool
  2. Then Select Run
  3. Go through the License Terms page and choose to Accept to continue
  4. You will be prompted by “What do you want to do?”
  5. Choose Upgrade this PC now
  6. Proceed further by clicking the Next button
  7. Now, follow the instructions to download and install Windows 10
  8. The media creation tool will show you the stepwise procedure to set up Windows 10 on your computer system
  9. You can choose the dedicated Windows 10 version
  10. Then Enter the Windows 10 product key
    1. Skip the step, if you have previously upgraded your operating system to Windows 10 and now reinstalling it
  11. Before installing, you will be shown a recap of your selected options. Choose accordingly
  12. Save and close ongoing or open files
  13. Choose Install
  14. Don’t turn off your device until the installation finishes
  15. It’s good to go!

Congratulations! You have successfully upgraded your operating system to Windows 10.

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