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You can purchase Windows 10 outright. You can download it or have a flash drive sent to you.
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 ...
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 ...
Stop the BITS Service to remove/rename the folders in question. No need for safemode.
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
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.
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".
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 ...
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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