How to Install Microsoft Windows in computer How to Install Microsoft Windows in computer
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How to Install Microsoft Windows in computer

How to Install Microsoft Windows in computer

Monday, October 28
Although the way you start installation and the overall process is very similar for all versions of windows , But some variation in the setup program depending upon which version of windows you choose. To inatall windows:

1:  Verify that your hardware meets the requirements for your version of windows.

2: Access the windows installation source files:-

windows xp, 7,setup,theme,microsoft* If you are installing from CD-ROM or DVD-ROM insert the computer disc driver.


* As if you are installing from a network installation source and connect the computer to the network and open the share that contains the installation source files. 




3: Run the setup program:

  • If you are installing from compact disc , the setup program should launch automatically.
  • If you need to launch thev program manually, so you can open the CD-DVD-ROM or a the installation source files share. Run setup.exe from the root folder.

For Windows 7:

  • If you are installing from DVD the autorun program should launch automatically . Click Run setup.exe  to start the setup program.
  • If you need to launch thev program manually, so you can open the CD-DVD-ROM or a the installation source files share. Run setup.exe from the root folder.

4. Complete the install windows or setup wizard.

  • Select the appropriate installation options for your system.
  • Enter the product key and accept the license.
  • Prepare the disks for installation  by partitioning and formatting the drive.

5: For Windows XP, complete  the post installation steps:

  • Select the setting for protecting windows.
  • Select a choice for product activation.
  • Enter names for any local user accounts you want to create.

6: Log on to windows and connect to windows Update and install any current service packs or critical security updates.