Microsoft’s latest mobile operating system, Windows 10, has seen significant support from users who’ve upgraded their devices to the new version.
In the past, it’s been an arduous process to install the new OS, but now there are plenty of ways to get the job done.
Read on to learn how to get up and running with the latest versions of the OS.
Windows 10 Upgrade Guide To install the latest Windows 10 upgrade to your PC, first download the free update for your device.
If you don’t have a smartphone, you can also use the free Windows 10 app to install a USB flash drive containing the installer.
If that doesn’t work, you’ll need to find a PC that supports the upgrade.
Microsoft recommends installing the Windows 10 Update to a USB drive in order to save time and money.
Once installed, head over to the Update tab on your device’s Settings app.
You’ll find a section titled Upgrade Now.
Follow the instructions in the section to download and install the Windows Update.
The update is a Windows 10 update and should be installed at the same time.
If the installation of the update is not complete, follow the steps outlined in the Update Settings section.
Once the Windows update has completed, you should be able to download the update and start using it.
You can also restart your computer and then log in to the PC to see if the update has been installed.
Windows Update for Macs To install a Windows update, first go to the Updates tab on the Mac App Store.
You should see a section called Install Windows 10 now.
Follow these steps to download a Windows Update, as well as to restart your Mac.
Click Install Now to begin the Windows upgrade process.
When the Windows updates download is complete, select Upgrade Now to start the upgrade process again.
Follow any of these steps until your computer completes the upgrade and the upgrade completes.
If your PC has an SSD, follow these steps if you are upgrading from a previous version of Windows to a new version of the operating system.
Follow your computer’s instructions to finish the upgrade on your system.
Once finished, you will see a message that tells you that the update was successful.
Once Windows 10 is installed on your computer, it can take a few minutes for your computer to boot up and start updating.
To view your Windows update history, go to Settings > System > Update History.
This window should show a progress bar, which indicates when the update will be ready to download.
If all goes well, your computer will reboot automatically and you should see the update notification in the notification bar.