Can I upgrade to win 10 english international from win 7 english US?


  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 7
       #1

    Can I upgrade to win 10 english international from win 7 english US?


    I was trying to upgrade my pc from windows 7 (64 bit) to windows 10 using the mobile site (from which we can download the iso directly). It asked me which language i am currently running. so i took a look at my control panel. It said I was running English US. So i thought English international is same as English US. But when i searched more about it I came to know that i am supposed to download English version instead of English International version.

    Now the question is can i install win10 English International on my pc without losing any of my data and document?

    Any help would be appriciated.
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    Windows 10 Pro
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    It probably would not activate. If you start the upgrade and it asks for a product key, it won't activate. If the upgrade goes through without asking for a product key, then you should be good to go. Why not just download the Windows 10 English US version and be sure?
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  3. Posts : 3
    Windows 7
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       #3

    should i have to download win 10 English to get it activated?

    I am asking this because i have downloaded almost 3/4 of installation iso of english international (about 3.2 gb out of 4.3 gb).
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  4. Posts : 3
    Windows 7
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    NavyLCDR said:
    It probably would not activate. If you start the upgrade and it asks for a product key, it won't activate. If the upgrade goes through without asking for a product key, then you should be good to go. Why not just download the Windows 10 English US version and be sure?
    Actually i have downloaded english international already.
    If i start downloading english us, it would take atleast 4 days (i have daily 1 GB speed-caps although my internet is free for next 3 months)
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