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The official assistant for downloading Windows 10

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To install Windows 10 using an earlier versions of Windows, you could wait and use the default software updater for an automatic installation. Or you could do it now by yourself using this official tool, which allows you to download an ISO image and even create a DVD or USB installation to use on other computers.

When you open the program, it will ask you whether you want to update your current Windows system or create an installation disc. Otherwise, you'll be able to choose where you want to save the new files, which will replace their older versions.

Keep in mind that the Windows 10 version that gets installed depends on what you had previously. So, if you have Windows 7 Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, 8, or 8.1, you'll get Windows 10 Home. If you have Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate, or any of the other 8 or 8.1 Pro editions, you'll get Windows 10 Pro. Either way, keep in mind that you have to enter in the information related to your operating system's legally registered version.
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Notes

Depending on which version of Windows and the type of processor you currently have, you'll have to download the corresponding 32 or 64 bit version.

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