Upgrade Windows 7 To Windows 10 For FREE! I'll Show You How. No Boot Media Required!

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38 thoughts on “Upgrade Windows 7 To Windows 10 For FREE! I'll Show You How. No Boot Media Required!

  1. Still working 8 may 2020
    Thank man
    I updated my laptop from windows 8.1 to 10
    Note: before updating make sure to update all your driver.
    Disable antivirus.
    Make sure to backup all your for safer side.
    Make sure you are using a licensed version of windows.

  2. thanks man apreaciate it i have 3 kids and i bought this computer for £20 and it was on windows 7 .i checked online and it said i had to pay £129 to get windows 10 but now its free thank you very much

  3. Hmm, I was planning to daisy-chain upgrades on a old HP Pavilion model a6214x (Windows Vista Home 32-bit to Windows 7 home 32-bit to Windows 10 Home 32-bit); however I am having difficulty installing a 32-bit Win 7 home. In 2016 – after reading about 32-bit. vs 64-bit – I upgraded the HP Pavilion a6157c TV PC from Windows Vista home 32-bit to Windows 7 64-bit with my Windows 7 Home OEM 64-bit DVD- it is still operating fine. I guess the tip I read from a user on the tech forum who stated that the 32-bit computer will install a 64-bit OS worked fine in my scenario. I also have a older custom built desktop PC in a LianLi ATX case dual boot with WinXP home and Linux Ubuntu 16.04. I didn't build it, but I maintained it and upgraded the operating system – Windows NT4.0 and Win98SE. I am trying to upgrade the HP Pavilion a6214x 32-bit to windows 7 home 32-bit- then try to upgrade to windows 10 home 32-bit. I will watch your videos and hopefully I will be successful in my goals. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, but my brain is one bit shy of a byte.

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