Here is the simple and useful Windows 10 Installation Guide
Step 1 – Configuring your computer’s BIOS*
This step is not compulsory if your system boot is default to USB / CD / DVD / Removable Media. If it is not, then restart your system and press key which is shown on your system start up screen like below figure. Most common system BIOS keys are F2, F9, F12 or Del show on start up screen.
After pressing the key which is shown on your system screen, you will move towards BIOS setup section.
The controls of BIOS are usually shown on the bottom of screen (until you have an upgrade GUI BIOS which support mouse for easily pointer movement). Follow the instruction for setting your booting sequence according to your installation media i.e. CD / DVD or flash media (USB drive). Place your media on priority or first place.
Once you have set your booting order regarding which media you use for installation. Follow the instruction shown on bottom or save changes and restart your system
After this, your system will go for restart and gives message “Press any key to from …” Press any key to start installation. Otherwise, check your booting order or follow screen booting order key.
Step 2 – Installing Windows 10
After restarting, your installation starts from this screen. Choose your desired language time and currency setting. Then press Next to continue.
press the “Install now” button
You have to accept Microsoft EULA License Agreement to continue. Read it (if you want) and tick the check box before pressing “Next”
For a clean install, choose the “Custom: Install Windows only” option. Please make a backup of your data if needed because it formats your drive.
Now pay your attention in this section. As it will format your whole drive or one partition depended upon your action and your data will be lost. For clean installation, delete all partition and recreate it by giving your partition size or space. You also format your desired partitions which you want to clean.
After deleting both partitions you should be left with some unallocated space. Select it and click the “New” button to create a new partition.
By default, Windows inputs the maximum available space for the partition. I’d advise you to leave the size as-is and press “Apply“.
Note: You will most likely be informed that Windows may create additional system partitions. This is normal and necessary for most windows installs, so simply press “OK”.
After creating the new partition(s), select the primary one or your desired partition for installation and press “Next”.
The Windows setup should now begin. Clean installs are usually significantly faster than upgrades so you should get from this…
As it takes times, just relax and wait
After “Finishing up”, your system will go for restarting.
Don’t press any key after restarting when message appear on your screen. Just ignore and when for next screen
Step 3 – Configuring Windows
After the reboot, you should be greeted by the following screen. The default Windows 10 settings are perfectly fine and don’t really mess with your privacy, so we advise you to Use Express settings. Optionally, you can also Customize the settings if you insist on turning some features off.
Windows will now go through a few setup procedures.
Note: Frequent reboots at this stage are normal, simply leave the computer be until you reach the “Create an account” screen.
Once you reach this screen simply fill in your new account details and press Next.
Windows will now go through the final steps of setting up…
…and will boot straight to the Desktop afterward. Now take relax you successfully install your WINDOWS. Lets cheer up…