Instructions for installing Windows 10 Technical Preview and what needs attention

As promised, the preview version of Microsoft Windows 10 was released, now allows users to download the trial. However, before you decide to install this version on your computer, you should note the following issues:




- Back up data before deciding to install

- Unable to use partition recovery when you are in Windows 10 Technical Preview

- It's best to experiment on a virtual machine before going to decide it's installed on your computer.

What to do next?

As previous information, Microsoft has launched Windows program Insider Program to take the opportunity to experience this new platform to a small number of its users, and now it has been expanded so that users can participate and receive get updates of new features for Windows 10 Technical Preview which they are used.




And the next you need to do is participate in this program here 


- A USB or DVD with minimum capacity of 4GB

- ISO file of Windows 10 Technical Preview, download here 

- Zoning Minimum 20GB free hard drive or installed on a virtual machine like VirtualBox 

Installing Windows 10 Technical Preview

On the primary partition




Copy the ISO file of Windows 10 Technical Preview USB using the tool on Windows 7 USB / DVD Download Tool  or burn directly to DVD. Connect USB / DVD into your computer and start the installation according to the instructions on the screen. 

On the virtual machine




- After installation is complete VirtualBox on your computer, start it up.

- Click New to create a new virtual machine and select Windows 8.1.

- Keep the default settings for Windows 8.1 of VirtualBox.

- After the virtual machine Windows 8.1 bar appears on the list, right-click on it and select Settings.

- In the Storage section, select Controller: IDE CD and click Add.

- Click the Choose Disk and navigate to the ISO file of Windows 10 Technical Preview.

- Click OK and click Start to begin to boot the installation process.

Note:  Keep in mind this is only a trial version so errors can arise in the course of work, so you should install and use on a virtual machine is the best. However, if you want to try the feeling of working at full capacity, the fact remains installed on your computer or over, right?

Here is a more detailed guide to install Windows 10:

To get the full feeling trial trial version of Windows 10 Technical Preview, you should install it on the primary partition. However, if you are a novice computer user, then this article will guide you in detail how to install Windows 10 and Windows 10 Technical Preview to the computer.




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First, you need to participate in the program Windows Insider  Microsoft's conduct here and download the ISO file to install the Windows 10 Technical Preview. Next you burn ISO files to DVD or USB. 

Then the DVD or USB to computer screen and click Next in the first set.




Click to Install




On the next screen, you will be provided with two installation options. An upgrade from the version of Windows installed and two are new. Ideally you should choose the Custom install new respectively.




Next, you select the partition to install.




The installation process will begin.





After completing the installation, the computer will reboot and you will be taken to establish individual processes. Select Express settings if you do not have experience installing previous versions of Windows 8.





Now Windows will ask you to log in to your account Microsoft. If not, click Do not have an account? to create.




If your account has been using Windows 8 on a different computer, Windows will ask you sync the applications installed on the computer and Windows 10 Technical Preview not, you should choose this option Set up a now PC to install the new.





Next, if you do not use OneDrive, click Turn Off, and if click Next






And the colorful screen appears, relax for a few minutes offline.





And here is the result:




Wish you have a great experience and fun with Windows 10 Technical Preview offline.