Windows 8 is another revolutionary operating system by Microsoft released in 2012 as part of Windows NT OS family, it is based on Metro design language which offers great UI and accessibility. At present Windows 8 has been migrated to Windows 8.1 with added security and more advanced features. For more you can check \nhttp://www.itechfever.com
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How to Install Windows 8
This step-by-step guide shows you how to install Microsoft Windows 8. Follow this guide to install any version of Windows 8 like Basic, Pro or Enterprise.
The easy way to install Windows8 is to do a clean install. Before you start the installation process it is recommend that you check Windows 8 System Requirements to ensure that your hardware is supported by Windows 8.
You need to have bootable Windows 8 DVD or Flash Drive in order to install Windows 8. If you don’t have DVD you can use a Flash Drive to install Windows 8, Check here to make Flash drive Bootable and copy Windows 8 into it.
Step 3. Select your installation media, if you are using flash drive choose “Removable Media”, if installing by DVD select CD-ROM drive using up/down key on your keyboard, and hit Enter.
Windows 8 will start to boot up and you will get the following screen with a rotating progress bar.
Step 4. following screen with a rotating progress barThe next screen allows you to setup your language, time and currency format, keyboard or input method. Choose your required settings and click next to continue.
Step 5. following screen with a rotating progress barThe next screen allows you to install or repair Windows 8. Since we are doing a clean install we will click on "install now".
Step following screen with a rotating progress bar6.At this stage you need to type your product key that came with your copy of Windows 8. Click next once you have entered the product key correctly.
Step following screen with a rotating progress bar7. Read the license terms and tick I accept license terms. Then click next to continue.
Step following screen with a rotating progress bar8. Choose the type of installation you want. Since you are doing a clean install you need to click on custom.
Step 9. following screen with a rotating progress barChoose where you would like to install Windows 8. If you have one hard drive you will get an option similar to the image below. You can click next to continue
If you have more than one drive or partition then you need to select the appropriate drive and click next.
If you want to partition a large drive then do not click next. And follow as below-
Step 10 following screen with a rotating progress bar. If you want to partition an existing drive then click new. Choose the size of the partition and click apply.
Performing a clean install means blowing away all existing partitions
Step 11. following screen with a rotating progress barBut if you want to delete all existing partition and want to install windows 8 fresh then select the partition and hit delete. ( Deleting any partition will also delete the data you create a backup before)
Once you delete each of the existing partitions, you'll see that all of the space will be combined together in one chunk labeled Unallocated Space.
Step 12. that all of the space will be combined together in one chunk labeled Unallocated Space.Choose the partition and click on Next.
Step 13.The Installing Windows stage begins with copying files from the DVD to the hard disk.
Windows Setup will get all installed devices ready to work with Windows 8.
Windows will restart again with Windows 8.
When the system restarts, you'll be prompted to choose a color scheme for Windows 8 and a PC name
When the Settings screen appears, as shown in color scheme for Windows 8 and a PC Figure P, you can choose to customize these settings or you can allow Windows to use the express settings. If you are unsure, you can click the Learn more link and get more details.
It will be to your advantage to use an existing Microsoft account or to create one.
After filling the details of your account on the next couple of screens, you'll eventually see a screen that changes color as it alerts you the Setup is getting your PC ready.
Windows 8 comes with a host of native apps for the Start screen interface that replace and add to the group of applications that used to come with previous versions of Windows.
Once the apps are installed, you'll see the Start screen screen interface that replace and add to the group of applications that used to come with previous versions of Windows.
The Start screen appears when the installation procedure is complete.
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