Windows 10 is the latest client operating system from Microsoft. This course will teach you the installation choices, including upgrading, clean install, and how to migrate from an older version of Windows, with demos and scenarios throughout.
One of the most popular client operating systems ever from Microsoft, Windows 10, is offered in multiple editions and installation options. In this course, Installing and Configuring Windows 10, you will learn how to select the correct Windows 10 edition, locate and create offline installation media, and understand the various deployment methods so that you can install just a few or thousands of devices. First, you will learn everything you need to know about preparing your Windows 10 install. Next, you will explore how to upgrade or migrate from an older version of Windows, to Windows 10 and perform a clean install. Finally, you will discover how to multi-boot Windows 10 with other clients. When you have finished this course, you will have the skills and knowledge needed to install the most appropriate Windows 10 edition, using a variety of installation methods.
Andrew Bettany is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), recognized for his Windows expertise, and author of several publications including Windows exam certification prep and Microsoft official training materials.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name's Andrew Bettany, and welcome to my course, Installing and Configuring Windows 10. I'm a technology specialist, an instructor at IT Masterclasses, based in the UK. This course will introduce you to installing Windows 10 and some of choices that you'll need to consider up front. We'll see how to check for system compatibility, and also where to obtain installation media, and how to migrate from a previous version of Windows. I'll discuss scenarios when you might want to perform an in place upgrade, or a clean installation of Windows 10, and I'll use some examples to help you understand the key differences. Then, I'll show you how to configure Windows 10 to multiboot with another operating system, such as Linux. By the end of this course, you'll have a great understanding of the installation process and be able to choose the most appropriate Windows edition and installation method for your needs. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with a version of Windows, such as Windows 7, 8, or even 10. From here, you'll be able to continue your Windows 10 learning path on implementing Windows, performing post-installation tasks, and configuring and supporting core services. I hope you'll join me on your journey to learn Windows 10 with the Installing and Configuring Windows 10 course, here at Pluralsight.