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You can purchase Windows 10 outright. You can download it or have a flash drive sent to you.


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Yes, it is possible to add updates to a custom ISO file: it is called "slipstreaming". There are a number of tools to help you do this, for instance WinReducer 8. There is a good guide to using this at LifeHacker. You will need to start all over again with Windows 10 as this is a fresh install with a different ISO. I doubt that there are slipstreaming tools ...


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When I downloaded the Windows 10 Media Creation Utility and ran it, I chose the create media for another PC option. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows-10/media-creation-tool-install Run the tool: Run the tool, if you didn't already select Run. (You need to be an Administrator on the PC to run it.) If you're upgrading this PC, select ...


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Stop the BITS Service to remove/rename the folders in question. No need for safemode.


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You have to do an upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. If you want to do a clean Installation you could choose that during the upgrade. You have three different Options: clean install Keep your personal settings and files Keep your personal settings, files and apps


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first let me know if you are using MBR or UEFI. If using MBR than fix is easy just create 4 primary partition in hard disk and let the installer create system partition and system reserved partition in the ssd. You can format the hard disk later to your desired layout.


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It's a staging directory for the update process. There are some forum reports of safely deleting it, but the only official word so far seems to be "not yet".


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An SSHD works transparent, you don't have to change anything. It will automatically store the most used files on the SSHD. Windows doesn't even know there's a difference, to Windows it looks like a regular HDD. I would watch out with defragmenting an SSHD too many times though. It might confuse the cache and make it spend more write cycled than it needs ...


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I was eventually able to get Windows 10 to install. I did three things and I am not sure which one was the trick -- I suspect it was #3: Unplugged all external USB hard drives. Un-installed "Magic Disc". Un-installed "Comodo Programs Manager" (this application monitors and records all installation activity under Windows 7). Now I am using Win10. Again, I ...



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