Should I try to install Windows 10 myself?
I bought the program, and it just arrived yesterday (flash drive).
I know I have to backup my files, first. That's not a problem.
I'm just wondering if the installation will be as simple as the instructions seem to imply.
There are a few steps, and then it says "we'll walk you through the rest."
So, should I try to do it myself?
- stan lLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
I'm 77 and I've done it to 6 computers. It's easy, just follow the directions and various prompts. If it asks to restart do it. At the end it may want to update, LET IT! It may take a long time, it may not. Do NOT turn the computer off unless it says to.
- 10 months ago
of course u should try cz if u try today the more u try more u will success if not today bt oneday must
- 10 months ago
Hi. If You're familiar enough with how a computer works to do a full backup anyway, You have absolutely nothing to lose.
The process is actually very easy, but make sure You read ALL THE MESSAGES CAREFULLY.
I say this not only because of the upgrade processes & steps, but also because of the HUGE CHANGES IN THE EULA. Windows 10 requires You to allow it an enormous amount of access to Your hardware & data. You REALLY need to be aware of just what You're letting them do with Your stuff.
- keerokLv 710 months ago
Yes, it would be a great learning experience.
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- Richard JLv 710 months ago
That is part of learning, most people will face these situations it is fairly easy and you will be receiving download prompts as you go through the process.
- IvaLv 510 months ago
WHY NOT? GO AHEAD.
- pearlmarLv 710 months ago
Yes. I did. No problems.