How to Reinstall Microsoft Windows 10?
Windows 10 has been awesome since the day of its release. Notwithstanding, some people still prefer the old windows or switching back to the old Windows Operating System (OS) due to some certain conditions are best known to them. Did you once use windows 10 but later switched back to older Windows? How do you reinstall windows 10 back into your system? In this article, you are going to have access to all information that has to do with reinstalling Windows 10 as well as necessary steps to get you started.
Note: An attempt to reinstall windows 10 do lead to loss of personal data and files. for this reason, it’s a must for you to find a means of backing up your data to an external hard drive, USB thumb drive, or cloud location (such as One Drive)
Reinstalling Windows on your computer requires installation media which can be done using a tool. These installation media can be DVD, ISO file USB drive e.t.c
Note: You may have little or no experience of how to create and use installation media for reinstallation of Windows 10. Detailed installation instructions are contained in the Microsoft Software download website.
Take note of the following before deciding to reinstall.
Product key: product key is not really necessary.
It’s likely you won’t need products key if you have windows 10 running on your PC before but later got deactivated. Furthermore, if you’ve made a significant change in your computer hardware, before you embark on reinstalling Windows 10, see how you can reinstall Windows 10 after making a significant hardware change below. Perhaps you’ve once benefited in free upgrade offer, that won’t still stop you from reinstallation. Windows 10 can still be reinstalled.
If Windows 10 was activated on your device after upgrading from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, you have a digital license for Windows 10 that can automatically activate Windows 10 after you reinstall it. More details on this can be found if you go to Activation in Windows 10 and see Activating after reinstalling Windows 10.
Next step is to reactivate Windows 10
You should know that reinstallation of Windows 10 is not synonymous to activation. Thus, after the successful installation of the OS (windows 10) there is a need for activation. Though, this is automatically done in some cases when you go online. For more info, go to Activation in Windows 10 and see Activating after reinstalling Windows 10.
Reinstallation of Windows 10 after making a significant hardware change
Reinstallation of Windows 10 after making a significant hardware change to your PC (such as replacing the motherboard) However, it may no longer be activated, if you were running Windows 10 before you made hardware change. Activation troubleshooter is available for you to use for reactivation of the Windows. See below for more insight
Using the Activation troubleshooter
Note: Contact customer support if you didn’t run Windows 10 before you made hardware change, or if you tried troubleshooter and end up not successfully reactivating the Windows.
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