Today, Microsoft started deploying Windows 10 in stages around the world, creating a use Internet data worldwide in which it could be the day busiest in the history of the network networks. The launch was not without controversy because of the mistakes they saw some users to perform the launch gradually and the desire for customers to receive the new operating system.
As many users may choose to do a clean installation of Windows 10 after upgrading to eliminate possible residues remaining in the system, Microsoft has officially released the ISO images of the operating system through a simple tool that, too, will allow us to update the team grabbing annoying errors.
The Media Creation Tool software is downloaded from the website of Microsoft, choosing the 32 or 64 bits depending on the operating system you have installed on our computer. After downloading the program, in the first window we choose if we want to upgrade our equipment or create an installation media and, in case of making the second, choose to use removable media such as a flash drive or save an ISO file that we can be retrofitted.
Install from scratch required to enter an activation key
Obviously, if you can install cleanly from ISO without having done an upgrade to Windows 10 previously, you will need a serial number to perform product activation. With this, the Redmond allow users to recover their operating system without having to make any downgrade and subsequent updates in case of any problems.
Microsoft has just published the actual files on its servers. By cons must know that it is necessary to pass either a DVD or a USB flash drive with at least 3 GB of storage space. During the installation process, you’ll need your key “product” Windows.
The minimum hardware recommendations for Windows 10
- Processor: 1 GHz or faster processor
- RAM: 1 GB for 32 bit or 2 GB for 64-bit declination
- Storage Space: 16 GB for 32-bit version against 20 GB for 64-bit
- Graphics card: DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 drivers
- Resolution: 800 × 600 pixels
Here are the official links to download Windows 10 Home and Pro, which also include support for multiple languages.
Here you will find all the explanations to either upgrade your current PC to Windows 10 or to create a USB stick or DVD to install Windows 10.