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Clean Installation of Windows 8 Step by Step

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If you Won’t to Install Windows 8 on your System, and looking for Guide then here are the simple Guide on How to Clean Install Windows 8 Step by Step on your Desktop PC or Laptop.

The minimum hardware requirements to run Windows 8 are:

• 1 GHz or faster processor
• 1 GB RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
• 16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
• DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 10 or higher driver.

Follow Below Given Steps for Installing Windows 8 OS:

Step 1 Insert the Windows 8 installation disc into your DVD Drive. Start from the disc. Depending on how your system is set up, you might need to enter your computer’s BIOS and set it to boot from the DVD Drive.
Step 2 - Press a key when it is asked to do, to start the Windows 8 Installation Setup.

Step 3 - Choose the Language to Install, Time and Currency format and Keyboard or input method according to your need and Click on Next.

Step 4 - Click on Install Now.

Step 5 – Enter the Product Key (Activation Code) and Click on Next.

Step 6 - Read the License Terms and Accept it, Then Click on Next.

Step 7 – Choose Custom: Install Windows only (advanced)

Step 8 - Now you are asked where you want to install Windows? Select Which Partition  you want to install Windows 8.

Note – If your System has formatted partitions, select the partition on which you want to install Windows 8 and skip to Step 14, otherwise continue with Step 9.

Step 9 - Now Click on Drive options (advanced) to open a list of options for managing the available disk space.

Step 10 - Click on New and specify the size of the partition that will be created for Windows 8 and Click on Apply.

Step 11 Now it will ask to ensure that all Windows feature work correctly, Windows might create additional partitions for system files, Click on OK.

Step 12 - Select the partition you have just created and click on Format.

Step 13 - Now you will get message that if you format this Partition, any data stored on it will be lost, Click on OK to Confirm and then hit on Next to Start Installation process.

Step 14 -Now the Installation process will Start, Wait for the installation process to finish, it might take 15 to 30 Minutes, Depends on your System.

Step 15 Your System will start automatically. You can also restart manually by just clicking on Restart Button.

Step 16 – Your System will reboot and Windows start getting your devices ready.

Step 17 - Now the customization process for your Windows 8 installation Starts. Select the Name you want to set for your system and also Select a theme color and Click on Next.

Note - If you are installing Windows 8 on a laptop or device with a wireless network card, you are asked to select a wireless network to which to connect and introduce the appropriate connection details.
Step 18 Click on Customize to customize Windows 8 settings in detail (if you want to use default setting then choose Use express Settings).
Step 19 - Now Select whether you want file sharing turned ON or OFF on your System.

Step 20 - Choose Protect and update your PC Settings According to you and Click on Next.

Step 21 - Choose Settings of Send Microsoft info to help make windows and apps better by turning the switches ON or OFF and Hit Next.

Step 22 - Select Settings of Check online for solutions to problems by turning the switches ON or OFF and Click on Next.

Step 23 Now Enter Email Address for your Microsoft account and click on Next.

Step 24 - Now you are asked to enter your Microsoft account password, Just Enter your password in the appropriate field and hit Next.
Step 25 - Windows 8 will take a few seconds to finalize your all Settings.

Step 26 - Done! Now you are logged on to Windows 8 for the first time 

Step 27 - Now you can eject the Windows 8 installation disc.
You can also easily Install Windows 8 from USB by using same Method.
That’s all……………….!
======================== Enjoy with Windows 8 =========================

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Anonymous said...

This is if you have the startup disk right?

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