The official version of Windows 10 that should have been officially pushed at the end of this month was leaked in advance, Win10 RTM official version of the ISO image version is 10.0.024.16384. In fact, this version has been pushed to the beta users on July 5th. The version leaked today is still 10240, but it has a slight fine-tuning compared to the beta version, or it is basically the same, because the actual experience is basically the same.
Build 10240 RTM leaked version of the more official ISO installation images, including English, Russian, Simplified Chinese, etc., all include x86 32-bit, x64 64-bit versions, but note that they are all OEM versions. Lei Feng.com provides you with a simplified Chinese version
64-bit OEM Simplified Chinese Home Edition ISO image download: http://pan.baidu.com/s/1sjOIjPN< Br>
64-bit OEM Simplified Chinese Professional Edition ISO image download: http://pan.baidu.com/s/1o6FuOcy
Installation key: VK7JG-NPHTM-C97JM-9MPGT-3V66T (only For the professional version of the installation, the activation is invalid, you can quietly wait for the activation tool.)
The following describes the U disk installation system steps:
First backup or download the driver of your machine on the official website. And back up important information.
A computer that can be used normally. Of course, if you want to reinstall this computer, you can use it normally.
A U disk with more than 4G
Download the iSO image file given above, it is recommended to download the professional version, which seems to have more functions.
Software pass UltraISO software (download available at the top of this article)
Second, start installation!
Now start making U disk version system disk
plug in U disk, install and open floppy disk.
Open the downloaded iSO image file, which is the one you are going to work on and download (don't care about the details in the screenshot.)
Click to start, write Into the hard disk image, like this.
This will pop up a dialog box to check if your U disk is recognized normally. If it is recognized properly, click the format button to format the U disk. (Note that the default formatting is selected), click on the format after writing, and then wait for the words to be successfully written.
The following is the installation method of the desktop, and the notebook is similar.
1, restart or boot, generally your desktop motherboard brand LOGO (notebook for the computer brand LOGO), then quickly press the [Delete] button (the desktop is generally this button, if not for Baidu Hey, Wood has other methods), and then entered the so-called BIOS (usually English is the old machine, if there is newer, there will be Chinese)
2, if it is English, find "Boot"; Change the startup item to "USB-HDD", then press “F10”—“Yes” to exit and save, then restart the computer and boot from the USB flash drive.
If it is Chinese, take a motherboard of ASUS as an example. Generally, you can use the mouse to drag directly, and give priority to the startup item. As shown in the figure, drag the U disk with the U disk system disk to the first one. Yes, as shown in the figure (different motherboards are different):
In short, set the first created system disk as the first startup item.
Starting to enter the Windows 10 RTM 10240 installation interface
Click Customize (Advanced)
Click "Drive Options (Advanced)"
Click New to allocate the size of your C drive. I personally use the C drive of 50G (if I can use a single SSD) It's better to do a C drive. Click on Apply after typing.
Stay quietly waiting for the completion of the installation process. When it restarts, be sure to unplug the USB flash drive. After that, there is a long list of settings, and the old editors don't write much.
Today, Microsoft has detailed details of the command prompt improvements in the Win10 preview in its
task manager XP/Win7/Win8/Win10 and other very important functions in the Windows operating system,
In the win7 system, the user opens the task manager and finds that the menu bar on the task manager
I have two computers are this case one is win7 32-bit one is win7 64-bit. It would be nice to change