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OS Name - Windows 10, Microsoft Windows

OS Family - Windows

Developer - Microsoft

Platform - Desktop


Description

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709, codename 'Redstone 3', preceded by V1703) was released to the public on October 17, 2017. This update gives power to a creator in all of us (as like Creators Update version). Let's learn some new features and changes in the Fall Creators Update, it includes Windows Mixed Reality platform, great new features in the Photos app, Mixed Reality Viewer, My People (Pin Contact in the Taskbar), PC Power Commands in Cortana, new features in Microsoft Edge browser, Windows Defender Exploit Guard, more PC gaming features, 3D in Microsoft Office, and more.

See the video below to learn more about this version of Windows 10.

General information from Windows 10 (for all versions and releases)

Windows 10 (the successor to Windows 8 / 8.1) was released for the first time to public on July 29, 2015, it was available for many device platforms like desktop / laptop PC, smartphone, tablet etc., and it uses the same software ecosystem in all platforms. Windows 10 is an operating system as a service for consumers and businesses. According to Microsoft, Windows 10 is based on 'software as a service' model in which the operating system receives ongoing updates rather than issuing a full new version. Windows 10 introduces Universal Windows Platform, a platform on which developed apps can work in all Windows 10 devices. In Windows 8, Universal Applications work in fullscreen, while in Windows 10, those apps work as normal software applications in a normal window.

The Windows 7-like start menu is back in the Windows 10, with app tiles like Windows 8 / 8.1. Users can change the start menu size to either full screen or small size. All types of applications can be snapped on the screen, which lets you work together. The taskbar has a task view icon that allows you to easily switch to different open apps, or create a new virtual desktop. Windows 10 includes two user interface (UI) modes, one is optimized for devices with keyboard and mouse, and the other is for a touch screen device.

Microsoft introduced several new features and applications in Windows 10's first release such as Microsoft Edge Browser, Cortana Virtual Assistant, Universal Windows Platform, New Start Menu, Task View and Virtual Desktops, DirectX 12, Game bar, Multi-factor user authentication, Snap Assist, Notification centre, and more.

Windows 10 is available in many different editions, for home PCs, you can download a Home or Pro version, and for business computers you can install the Enterprise Edition, and in academic institutions you can use the Education edition of the operating system. Brief information about each PC edition of Windows 10 is given below:

Home - The Home Edition is the basic version of the operating system, designed for home PC users, and available for PC and tablet devices. It has all the new notable Windows 10 features such as Cortana Virtual Assistant, Edge Browser, Mobile Management Facility, Virtual Desktops in Task View, etc., while going for features like BitLocker, Windows, DirectAccess, not available in the Home version. The 32-bit version of the Home Edition supports up to 4 GB RAM, and the 64-bit version supports 128 GB RAM.

Pro - The Pro Edition is designed for home PC users, professionals, and small businesses, and is available for PC and tablet devices. It includes all the features of Home Edition, and more like BitLocker, Joining Windows domain, Hyper-V, Windows To Go, and more business features are included. The 64-bit version of the Pro edition supports 2 TB RAM in the system.

Enterprise - Enterprise Edition features most of all editions in terms of features, security, and hardware / software support. It is available for Microsoft Volume Licensing customers, and is designed for the use in small and large organizations. It includes all the features of the PRO version, and includes more business-oriented features like AppLocker, Microsoft Application Virtualization, Device Guard, DirectAccess, and more. The 64-bit version of Enterprise Edition supports up to 2 TB RAM.

Education - Education Edition is designed for educational institutions (for example, schools, colleges, etc.), it is available for institutions that own the Microsoft Academy Volume License. In terms of features and hardware / software support, it includes all the features of the PRO version, and is similar to the Enterprise Edition.

Since Windows 10 version 1511, Cortana works without the need for a Microsoft account.

As of Windows 10 version 1607, Microsoft Edge browser support browser extensions.

New app called 'Paint 3D' was introduced in Windows 10 version 1703.

Specification

Available in110+ languages
CPU Platform(s)IA-32, X86-64
LicenseCommercial

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System requirements

Minimum for all Windows 10 editions (apply to version 1709):

  • 1 GHz processor or higher.
  • 1 GB (32-bit), 2 GB (64-bit) of RAM.
  • 16 GB (32-bit), 20 GB (64-bit) disk space.

Installation instructions (clean installation)

Starting installer in PC (via USB)

Follow the steps given below:

  1. Download the Windows 10 ISO image file from the download section.
  2. Install a USB bootable creation software (such as Rufus) on your Windows computer.
  3. Plug in a USB flash drive (at least 8-16 GB of space) with your computer.
  4. Open the USB bootable creation software, and select the ISO image file of Windows 10, and start the process.
  5. As soon as done, plug the bootable USB into a system where you want to install Windows 10.
  6. Restart the computer.
  7. Press the boot device menu key and select USB to boot first.
  8. Select USB device and start the Windows 10 installer.

Starting installer in VMware

  1. Download the Windows 10 ISO image file from the download section.
  2. Launch the VMware Player, and start creating a new virtual machine.
  3. Select the ISO image file of Windows 10, and use the default settings for the virtual machine.
  4. Start the virtual machine and go to the Windows 10 installer.

Starting installer in VirtualBox

  1. Download the Windows 10 ISO image file from the download section.
  2. Launch the Virtualbox application on your computer, and start creating a new virtual machine.
  3. Select Windows 10 and use defualt settings for the virtual machine.
  4. Start VM and when it asks to select the Host Drive, then select the downloaded Windows 10 ISO file in step 1.

Last step

As soon as you go to the Windows 10 install screen, follow the steps given below:

  1. Select language, time, etc. settings, go to next, and press 'Install Now'.
  2. Type your product key and proceed. (If you do not have any product key yet, you can skip the step and later activate Windows)
  3. Select the installation type on Custom (Advanced).
  4. On the partition selection screen, if your PC already has a Windows installed, then select Windows Drive and format the partition. Or, select the Unallocated space, click the Drive Options link and create a new partition.
  5. Select the primary partition, press Next, and start the installation.
  6. Wait while Windows 10 is being installed on your PC, your computer may restart several times during installation, don't press any key and do not eject the USB drive.
  7. As soon as this is complete, it will ask you the product key, type your key, or click on the 'Do this later' text link.
  8. Use Express Settings, and create a user account.
  9. Follow the on-screen instructions and complete the installation.
  10. As soon as you go to the desktop screen, eject the USB drive from the PC.

Windows activation keys, or any kind of pirated content (for example, crack, patch, activator, etc.) are not included in the download file.


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Microsoft has released Windows 10 in 12 different versions. It’s a blend of Windows 7 and 8. The tiled menu of Windows 8 and the Start menu of Windows 7 make a great combination. The main features are identical in all versions of Windows. However, Microsoft has designed every version for a particular group of people. Here, I am going to discuss the most wanted edition of Windows 10 i.e. Windows 10 Professional.

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Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

Before moving to the download guide, let’s see its download requirements.

System Requirements

  • 1GHz processor or above
  • 1GB RAM for 32-bit, 2GB RAM for 64-bit
  • 16GB Hard disk space for 32-bit, 20GB Hard disk space for 64-bit
  • A valid product key

I have parted the process of installation into two parts. In the first part, you will download the “USB/DVD Download Tool” from Microsoft’s official site. It’s used to create a bootable USB/DVD. Then, you will install Windows 10 Pro.

Methods to Create Windows 10 Bootable USB Drive [Installation Guide]

First, you should create a Windows 10 Pro bootable USB Drive. I am going to list various methods for this purpose. You can select any of them.

Method 1: Windows 10 Create Bootable USB

Follow the steps below to download and install Windows 10 Enterprise in your system.

  1. Connect a USB drive that contains a minimum of 8GB space with PC.
  2. Go to the end of the section and hit the “Download” button to start the downloading of Windows 10 Enterprise.
  3. Download the “Windows 10 Installation media” from Microsoft’s official site.
  4. Once, it is downloaded, double-click to launch it and select “Accept” from the options appear.
  5. Now, click the option “Create Installation Media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) for another PC” to move ahead.
  6. Select the “Next” option from there.
  7. Select the language, edition of Windows, Architecture and click “Next” from here.
  8. It shows you a USB flash drive option. Select this option. (Some users complain that they cannot see this option. If it is so, just refresh the page)
  9. Now, click the removable drive from the list appears here and click the “Next” option.
  10. Now attach the USB with the PC where you want to install Windows 10 Pro and restart the system.

Method 2: Create Bootable Windows 10 Disk Via Third-Party Tool

If you want to use an easy method, use a third-party tool known as “Rufus” for this purpose.

  1. Click here to download Rufus.
  2. Once it’s downloaded, click “Rufus.exe” to install it.
  3. Now double-click the tool to launch.
  4. Connect a USB flash drive to your PC.
  5. Open the tool and select “Create a Bootable USB Drive” from here.
  6. Now select “ISO image” and click “Next.”
  7. Select “Start” from the next screen and click “Windows 10 ISO” you want to install in your system.
  8. Rufus starts creating a bootable USB flash drive.
  9. Once, it’s done, plug in USB again and restart your system to install Windows 10 from USB.

Method 3: Create a Bootable USB via Command Prompt

Follow the steps below to create USB via Command Prompt.

  1. Click Here to download the “USB/DVD Download Tool.”
  2. Once you click, the downloading will start automatically.
  3. When downloading is over, click the “Download” option to start downloading the ISO image of Windows 10 Pro.
  4. Once it is also over, open “Command Prompt (Administrator)”
  5. Type “CHDIR” and press “Enter.”
  6. Now, type “bootsect/nt60E:” and press “Enter.”
  7. Copy ISO file from computer to the USB/DVD by typing the command “XCOPY I:*.*F:/E/F/H”

Installation of Windows 10 Pro

  1. Connect the USB drive with PC.
  2. Reboot PC and select “Boot from USB” option.
  3. It shows you that the system is loading files.
  4. Select “Language, Time Zone, and other settings” from the next page.
  5. Click “I Agree the License Terms” to proceed.
  6. Here, you see two installation options; Custom and Upgrade. If you want to install a fresh copy of Windows, select Custom otherwise go for “Upgrade.” If you select the “Custom” option, all your current files will be removed.
  7. Now select a location to save Windows 10 Pro. Here, you see an option to remove the “Old version of Windows.” Click “Delete” if you don’t want to use it otherwise; skip and go ahead.
  8. The system starts loading files. The installation process appears in percentage. Wait for a while until it gets up to 100%.
  9. Once, it’s over, you see an option to choose a name for your computer. Select a name if you desire so.
  10. Add a network or skip this option for now.

Your Windows 10 Pro is ready for use.

Windows 10 Pro Features

Let’s see what striking features it brings for us.

Windows 10 Pro has a non-tiled secret Start menu. It has a visible tiled Start menu too. You can right-click to the Start button to view the secret “Start” menu. It has all important options in textual form.

Microsoft BitLocker and EFS make your data securer. BitLocker encrypts hard disk drive, USB drive, and other storage devices.

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Your favorite assistant Cortana is now more powerful in Windows 10 Pro. The search function has been categorized in documents, images, videos and other sections for quick fetching.

This edition of Windows has the Battery Saver feature. Activating Battery Saver gives you a long-lasting battery while you are working.

Remote Desktop is now more active to give you access to your system from remote places. It allows you to access your desired computer within no time.

Hyper-V is an integral part of Windows 10 Pro. Now, you can run the various OS on a virtual machine like Linux, Windows XP, and others without affecting the main system.

Fast Startup, sleep, quick shutdown and search make it a worthy Operating System to use. It does not take a long time in operations.

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Task View allows you to view tasks comparatively. While working on various web pages, you can view them in Task View for easy switching from one to another.

Microsoft Edge is even faster to fetch accurate browsing results. It has the fluent design and reading mode and online sharing feature.

FAQs

When I start the installation, a message appears “Windows Installation has failed.” How to fix it?

Make sure that you have sufficient storage space and unplug all peripheral devices.

I meet the download requirements. The Windows installation process starts but halts midway. Please help.

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It may be due to a third-party antivirus program. Uninstall if you have any antivirus program. Sometimes, it’s because of the language pack. If you have any, uninstall it too.

What screen resolution is required for Windows 10 Pro?

It requires 800 x 600 pixels resolution.

Can a corrupt BCD affect Windows installation process?

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Yes, it affects for sure and needs to be rebuilt. If you frequently install different operating systems, your Boot Configuration Data may remain incomplete. As a result, you won’t be able to boot your system.

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I start Windows 10 Pro installation. When it reaches to 80%, it stops. Why?

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Before installing Windows 10 Pro, run the “Windows Update” service to update your current Windows. Install all updates and restart PC. Now, try to install Windows 10 Pro again.