I have the Windows 10 iso in my download folder, what next?  

  1. Posts : 172
    Windows 10

    I have the Windows 10 iso in my download folder, what next?

    Folks were helping with some crashing issues and the subject of upgrading came up. I knew there was a deadline of the end of July, so I downloaded the iso. Folks also recommended I NOT to use an DVD+RW did but rather one that wasn't re-writeable. As it just so happens my wife and I were at Walgreens when I seen they had a 20 pack of Sony DVD+R's on sale for $2. Boy did I snatch that up but quick!!!

    What burning program should I use to make a bootable Windows 10 disk then? Is there one built into Windows 10 that I could use? Any suggestions you can offer before I do this, I'd appreciate!!!
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    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)

    You should just be able to rt click it and click Burn image or similar without 3rd party software.

    You need to be sure
    a. it's the right version of Windows (language, 64 or 32 bits)
    b. if you're planning to upgrade now, you're past the official deadline (August 2nd I think it was). (There are some exceptions)
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  3. Posts : 172
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Oh, I upgraded in mid May. Was having stability issues. Was like my 5th attempt to upgrade. Turns out all my issues with crashing had to do with using Internet Explorer 11. Since I switched to Edge, haven't crashed once. Oh and I went with the analyze your system suggestion before downloading. I believe it's a 64bit as my laptops. Hell, I just installed VLC 64 bit last night, worked flawlessly!!!
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