Installing / Re-installing Windows

Installing / Re-installing Windows

Install / re-install Windows on your computer.

1. Windows 10 System Requirements:

CPU: 1GHz or faster supported processor
RAM: 1GB for Windows 10 32-bit or 2GB for Windows 10 64-bit
Storage: 32GB of space or more
GPU: DirectX 9 compatible or later with WDDM 1.0 drriver
Display: 800x600 resolution or greater

2. Creating the USB installer.

Second is to create the installer, you can buy our USB installers here, If you feel creating your own windows 10 installer is hard.BUT if you are up to the task, you can follow the steps below:

  • Download Create Windows 10 installation media here
  • Instructions on how to use the installation media creation tool is also available on the download page. Using the tool should be very straightforward if you just need a simple installer.Plus the tool allows you to create an installer for both 32 and 64 bit Windows, and different versions of Windows 10 Home, Professional, and Education.

3. Booting from the USB installer.

Make sure that the USB drive is set as priority on BIOS (if you have an old computer), If your computer is not at least 12 years old more likely your computer is already using UEFI instead of BIOS. The process in changing the the boot priority on both BIOS and UEFI varies depending on the make and model of your computer, to know how to change the boot priority you can Google it or contact your computer's manufacturer for assistance.

4. Preparing the partitions.

It is a good practice to have the partitions prepared before you attempt to reinstall Windows 10, especially if you need to back up files which are currently stored on your drive. If you are nuking the whole drive and will be performing a clean install you can create partitions during the installation process.

5. Installation.

There are tons of articles out there in the internet that can help you with the installation there are also YouTube videos available for you to watch case you need a visual on the installation process. Installing Windows 10 once you have managed to 'change the boot priority' of your computer and have 'prepared the partitions' is very straightforward and easy, basically you just need to go through the installation wizard which is a no-brainier.

6. Activation.

You will be presented an option to enter your product key during the installation process, you can use the product key that you have purchased with us during that step of the installation. Case you missed it or you already have Windows 10 installed, and just want to activate it, simply go to Settings > Update & Security > Activation then click "Change product key". Put in your product key and follow the on-screen prompts.