In the latest installment of the Windows 8 review series, Bleacher reports on how to install the latest version of the operating system on a non-Intel system.
While it’s no surprise that this process involves some work on your part, it’s an area that some Windows users might not want to be part of the equation.
This article will give you the best method for installing Windows 8 onto your non-Microsoft Windows 7 computer.
It should also work on Windows 7 computers running Windows 8 Pro, but it might not.
Before we get started, the following is an article from TechRadar that shows you how to get started with Windows 8, and some of the most important features of the OS.
If you are new to installing Windows, this article will help you understand the installation process and get you up and running in no time.
If you are already a Windows 8 user, this is the most in-depth article we’ve seen about the operating systems features.
This article assumes that you already have an operating system and a working copy of Windows 8 installed on your PC.
We’re also assuming that you have installed the new Windows 8 operating system.
If not, you can skip ahead to the next section.
Once you’ve installed the operating program and all of its required software, you will want to get the latest Windows 8 build.
This is called the Windows Update, and it is the part of Windows where you can download updates.
If this is not the case for you, you’ll need to manually download the latest build.
You can do this from Windows Update or directly from the Microsoft website.
If this is your first time installing Windows on your Windows 7 PC, you may want to install an anti-virus application, like the free AntiVirus Plus.
This will prevent any malware from installing on your system.
You will also need to enable the latest security updates.
We will discuss these at the end of this article.
Once Windows 8 is installed, you’re ready to start.
In the Windows Setup interface, you need to enter the drive letter for your Windows 8 installation.
This can be different for different drives, but you should always leave it blank.
This helps make it easier for your PC to recognize the drive when it comes time to make a clean install.
If it asks for a blank drive, select it.
If Windows is installed to a drive that does not match your existing setup, select the new drive and enter a new drive letter.
If the drive does not contain a letter, type it in.
If Windows does not recognize the new Drive letter, select that drive.
Now that Windows 8 has been installed, click Next.
You should be presented with a list of options, including whether or not you want to reboot your PC and what the recommended upgrade path is.
If a reboot is required, click Continue.
Windows 8 does not automatically upgrade your system to the latest versions of Windows, so you will need to download and install the update yourself.
You’ll be asked to enter your computer’s serial number, your name, and an optional password.
You must enter these details as well, but Windows will not prompt you for them.
Once the Windows update is downloaded, click Start and wait for the update to complete.
Windows will then reboot your system and install Windows.
You should see the following message in your Start screen:Now, you are ready to go.
You might notice that Windows will automatically reboot your computer if you leave it for too long.
If that happens, just wait a few minutes, and then restart your computer.
If everything went well, you should see a reboot prompt that shows your new Windows installation.
If everything went wrong, or if you have any problems during the reboot, click the Restart button in the top-left corner of the screen.
After your computer has restarted, you now have Windows 8 running.
Windows 8 will automatically start and you can navigate to a new tab.
Windows needs to install any required applications that it needs to do its job.
It will need this information to install new apps and programs.
This includes anything you installed previously, as well as any applications you installed on the old Windows version.
It also includes the location of any saved files.
The Windows Store apps are the most commonly installed apps.
They are also the most popular apps on most computers.
You have access to these applications in the Settings menu, and you’ll find them in the apps section.
The other apps that Windows installs include the games, media, and applications that you install on your computer as well.
You also need these applications to use Windows apps, like Word, PowerPoint, and so on.
The last section of the list is known as the Updates and Updates Features.
These include the newest versions of apps and updates that Windows is aware of, and they can help to protect you from viruses and other malware.
These features can be useful if you install apps that you never used before.
This allows you to install these apps with