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jds63

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I want to first know if it is going to go smoothly with no issues on upgrade anyway, than to worry about clean install. I do have a Windows 8.1 Disc, so not much worry.
 

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You're welcome. Sorry, I thought you did not know about this since you said that you were worrying about a clean install after and that there is no way yet.

EDIT: Ah, now I understand what you meant after reading your second post :)
 

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jds63

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You're welcome. Sorry, I thought you did not know about this since you said that you were worrying about a clean install after and that there is no way yet.

EDIT: Ah, now I understand what you meant after reading your second post :)
It's o.k., we would all like to do a clean install gets rid of all excess clutter of upgrade. Point being for now have to buy Windows 10 disc. Remember this with Windows 8 to 8.1 able to finally do clean install afterwards. I postponed again and had to uninstall my AV first make sure i am set, but now not getting the prompt countdown i had before yet.Although set for 6pm.
 

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JohnnyGui

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You're welcome. Sorry, I thought you did not know about this since you said that you were worrying about a clean install after and that there is no way yet.

EDIT: Ah, now I understand what you meant after reading your second post :)
It's o.k., we would all like to do a clean install gets rid of all excess clutter of upgrade. Point being for now have to buy Windows 10 disc. Remember this with Windows 8 to 8.1 able to finally do clean install afterwards. I postponed again and had to uninstall my AV first make sure i am set, but now not getting the prompt countdown i had before yet.Although set for 6pm.
I remember that I was able to do a clean install of Windows 8.1 by just typing in my Windows 8 key when I have booted the Windows 8.1 setup from the USB with Windows 8.1 ISO on it.
 

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jds63

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You're welcome. Sorry, I thought you did not know about this since you said that you were worrying about a clean install after and that there is no way yet.

EDIT: Ah, now I understand what you meant after reading your second post :)
It's o.k., we would all like to do a clean install gets rid of all excess clutter of upgrade. Point being for now have to buy Windows 10 disc. Remember this with Windows 8 to 8.1 able to finally do clean install afterwards. I postponed again and had to uninstall my AV first make sure i am set, but now not getting the prompt countdown i had before yet.Although set for 6pm.
I remember that I was able to do a clean install of Windows 8.1 by just typing in my Windows 8 key when I have booted the Windows 8.1 setup from the USB with Windows 8.1 ISO on it.
Hard to recall how it exactly went then with update to 8.1. For you could of been awhile after ones here did it another way of activating it, not sure can recall exactly. Well my prompt came back going to try upgrade, wish me luck, let you know how it goes for me.
 

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JohnnyGui

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Good luck on the journey!

For some reason, my Windows 10 notification icon disappeared from my taskbar. I still have the Windows BT folder but it's not increasing in size or changing. Weird...
 

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schmety

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don't you have also "$Windows.~WS" directory ?
i was running setup from there and then everything updated automaticly.

i'm back , running win 10 home 64bit now, so far working all well, need few days to test everything, but looks promising.
 

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jds63

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Good luck on the journey!

For some reason, my Windows 10 notification icon disappeared from my taskbar. I still have the Windows BT folder but it's not increasing in size or changing. Weird...
Thanks, all went well, it took 15 minutes to upgrade, working good, resources are good.
 

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JohnnyGui

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Thanks, all went well, it took 15 minutes to upgrade, working good, resources are good.
Good to hear that, enjoy!

don't you have also "$Windows.~WS" directory ?
i was running setup from there and then everything updated automaticly.

i'm back , running win 10 home 64bit now, so far working all well, need few days to test everything, but looks promising.
No, I don't have that directory. I'm asking it on tenforums.com, hopefully they can solve this.
 

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mrgeek

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It's o.k., we would all like to do a clean install gets rid of all excess clutter of upgrade. Point being for now have to buy Windows 10 disc. Remember this with Windows 8 to 8.1 able to finally do clean install afterwards. I postponed again and had to uninstall my AV first make sure i am set, but now not getting the prompt countdown i had before yet.Although set for 6 pm.
The Windows 10 ISO is already out ! -
Installing Windows 10 using the media creation tool - Windows Help

But be aware of the clean restrictions pointed out before. Upgrade THEN clean install with current 8.1 key -

[h=3]Note[/h]
  • If you upgraded to Windows 10 on this PC by taking advantage of the free upgrade offer and successfully activated Windows 10 on this PC in the past, you won't have a Windows 10 product key, and you can skip the product key page by selecting the [FONT=WOL_Bold]Skip[/FONT] button. Your PC will activate online automatically so long as the same edition of Windows 10 was successfully activated on this PC by using the free Windows 10 upgrade offer.
 
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I want to first know if it is going to go smoothly with no issues on upgrade anyway, than to worry about clean install. I do have a Windows 8.1 Disc, so not much worry.
Windows 10 allows you to easily go back to 8.1 by backing your install and settings in a .old folder -
What is the Windows.old Folder and How Do You Delete It?

It’s easy to downgrade from WIndows 10 to Windows 7 or 8.1. After installing Windows 10, you can open the Settings app, tap Update & security, and tap Recovery. You’ll see a “Get Started” button under “Go back to Windows 7″ or “Go back to Windows 8.1″, depending on which version of Windows you had installed before you upgraded.
Click this button and Windows will restore your old Windows operating system, using the Windows.old folder as the source.
 

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jds63

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It's o.k., we would all like to do a clean install gets rid of all excess clutter of upgrade. Point being for now have to buy Windows 10 disc. Remember this with Windows 8 to 8.1 able to finally do clean install afterwards. I postponed again and had to uninstall my AV first make sure i am set, but now not getting the prompt countdown i had before yet.Although set for 6 pm.
The Windows 10 ISO is already out ! -
Installing Windows 10 using the media creation tool - Windows Help

But be aware of the clean restrictions pointed out before. Upgrade THEN clean install with current 8.1 key -

Note


  • If you upgraded to Windows 10 on this PC by taking advantage of the free upgrade offer and successfully activated Windows 10 on this PC in the past, you won't have a Windows 10 product key, and you can skip the product key page by selecting the [FONT=WOL_Bold]Skip[/FONT] button. Your PC will activate online automatically so long as the same edition of Windows 10 was successfully activated on this PC by using the free Windows 10 upgrade offer.
I knew this, if read before posts, ty
 

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I want to first know if it is going to go smoothly with no issues on upgrade anyway, than to worry about clean install. I do have a Windows 8.1 Disc, so not much worry.
Windows 10 allows you to easily go back to 8.1 by backing your install and settings in a .old folder -
What is the Windows.old Folder and How Do You Delete It?

It’s easy to downgrade from WIndows 10 to Windows 7 or 8.1. After installing Windows 10, you can open the Settings app, tap Update & security, and tap Recovery. You’ll see a “Get Started” button under “Go back to Windows 7″ or “Go back to Windows 8.1″, depending on which version of Windows you had installed before you upgraded.
Click this button and Windows will restore your old Windows operating system, using the Windows.old folder as the source.
Same here, ty.knew it.
 

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Wenda

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i just want to upgrade at this time , not a clean install.

if i choose option , "upgrade now" i'm getting, that i can't use all options at upgrade , cause installation files want to install in my language and not in english, which is btw my default language.

if i choose to download iso file and run setup on DVD under win 8.1 it writes me, that i need to insert 64bit dvd, which i already choose when asking which os i want 32bit or 64bit. (strange).
i'm running win 8.1 home 64bit.
You must burn that ISO to a DVD. Otherwise you could choose the option in the Media Creation Tool to make a USB disk if you have a USB of at least 4 GB. Does upgrading work then?
Just mount the ISO, then run setup.exe, that's all I did.

Worked fine.

It's an upgrade over a Win 10 beta build upgrade (10162-on-8.1 Pro).

And no, I have no intention of doing a clean install at this stage, it takes at least two full days to rebuild my setup from scratch, then more time to tweak and customise. I have better things to do with my time.


Wenda.
 

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WalterW

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I have not received the update notice yet (I am in the UK).

Can I update using the downloaded ISO burnt to an image instead of waiting for the update notification, if I do use the download will I need to reinstall may applications such as MS Office etc.?

Walter
 

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Wenda

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I have not received the update notice yet (I am in the UK).

Can I update using the downloaded ISO burnt to an image instead of waiting for the update notification, if I do use the download will I need to reinstall may applications such as MS Office etc.?

Walter
Yes, you should be able to. And yes, an upgrade install will let you keep (just about) everything.


Wenda.
 

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after seeing this thread decided to check c. sure enough it was downloaded WITHOUT informing me. not #$%$#$^$ amused. was expecting to get a popup asking me IF i'm ready to install or download. just when i thought micysour might get something right.
 

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