Learn how to upgrade with installation media.
- [Instructor] So you have your Windows 10 installation DVD … or USB drive ready and you're ready … to upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. … In this video we'll be upgrading … from Windows 8.1 Pro to Windows 10 Pro. … We'll be using files on the USB drive. … Generally you simply insert the media … and wait for setup to start. … But if the installation process doesn't start by itself, … which occasionally happens, open File Explorer. … I'll show you by clicking the desktop … and clicking File Explorer here. … My files are on this USB stick … and to get started I'll simply double click … and then double click setup. … I'll click yes. … And we'll wait to begin. … The first screen you'll see is about getting updates, … drivers, and optional features. … That's going to make the installation … take a lot longer than we want it to. … I'm going to suggest that you leave this selected, … but I'm going to go ahead and choose not right now, … just to speed things up. … And I'll click next. …
- Choosing an upgrade or new installation
- Choosing a Windows 10 edition
- Creating installation media
- Installing and upgrading Windows 10
- Troubleshooting group policies on devices
- Configuring and managing device drivers
- Configuring the desktop
- Configuring notifications
- Configuring Cortana and Hyper-V
- Using Active Directory-based activation
Skill Level Intermediate
Setting up Windows1m 28s
1. Prepare for Installation
2. Perform the Installation
3. Configure Devices by Using Local Policies
4. Configure and Manage Device Drivers
5. Perform Post Installation Tasks
6. Explore Enterprise Solutions
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