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It is worth noting that you can do this with Windows 8.1 too – just don't do it on your primary machine as Windows 10 is still in the technical preview, or beta stage, and it will be buggy. Before starting, it's a good idea to run the Windows Upgrade Assistant, which will check to make sure your computer has adequate hardware to run it, and to show which of your currently installed programs will be compatible with Windows 10.
If your computer can handle 8.1, it should have no problem running Windows 10.
Before you begin the process, make sure you have all of your data files backed up, preferably to a cloud service such as Microsoft's own One Drive, where you can download them again if your computer crashes. Click Select Upgrade this PC Now if you are just installing on this computer and want to do so right away. Wait 20 to 30 minutes for the computer to copy files.
If you don't have a system restore disk already, it's a good idea to make a full system backup, using disk imaging software such as Macrium Reflect, which makes a bit-by-bit copy of your hard drive. However, if you want to create your own USB or DVD media, see the section below on "How to Create Windows 8 Install Media." Though it requires a few extra steps and a blank Flash drive or disc, creating your own install media allows you to not only install on multiple computers, but also reinstall on your current computer if something goes wrong. You may want to walk away, as this also takes several minutes.
Microsoft will be using Windows Update when it releases the final version of Windows 10 for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users.
There won't be a physical disc to buy at a retail store, but we can safely assume there will be downloadable ISO files available for download if you want to do a clean install.
Though you can walk away for large portions of the process, you can expect all the downloading and file copying to take at least 60 minutes and, in our case, closer to two hours on a fast Internet connection. After it downloads, the software also goes through a preparation process and downloads some more files, all of which takes time, perhaps as long as an hour even on a high-speed connection. Since the introduction of Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft has greatly improved the way users can update their computer.Below are steps on how to perform these updates, as well as additional recommendations to help update your computer.The most important thing here is to learn which apps will or won't run.While this will be your test computer, make sure to back up any valuable data on it that you might want later, because once the upgrade starts, it can't be undone, and there's no guarantee something won't go awry.