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The Windows 10 May Update is the latest revision of Microsoft’s desktop operating system. The previous version, called the October Update was launched in October 2018. Users running previous versions of Windows 10 will be able to upgrade to the latest revision multiple ways. One of the most reliable and convenient ways is to use the ISO file. The ISO file provides the option of upgrading multiple systems especially for users with limited bandwidth. In this article, we show you how.
If you prefer to upgrade using Windows Update, please review the following article for instructions:
[How to Install a Windows 10 Feature Update Using Windows Update]
[PSA: Create Backup Reinstall Media for Your Current Version of Windows 10 Before Upgrading to Windows 10 Feature Updates]
For users running previous version of Windows such as Windows 7, Windows 8.0 or Windows 8.1, you will [need to purchase a license for the Windows 10]. For computers already running Windows 10 Home, Pro, Pro Education, Pro Workstation, Windows 10 S editions, Enterprise or Education versions 1507, 1511, 1607, 1703, 1709, 1803 or 1809, you can upgrade to the latest Windows 10 Feature Update for free.
If you are upgrading from older releases of Windows, review following links:
- [How to Upgrade to Windows 10 Feature Update from Windows 7] New!
- [How to Upgrade to Windows 10 Feature Update from Windows 8.0 or Windows 8.1] New!
Windows 10 Feature Updates are a part of Microsoft’s ongoing strategy to deliver Windows as a service.
How to get the Windows 10 Creators Update ISO?
The Media Creation Tool will be updated so you can download the latest version ISO containing the Windows 10 Feature Update. To learn more about how to download the ISO file, check out the following article:
[How to download official Windows 10 ISO files]
For troubleshooting instructions, please scroll down further.
Starting the Upgrade
Boot to the Windows 10 desktop. If you have the Windows 10 ISO, you can right click the ISO file then click Mount. If you are installing from a DVD or USB thumb drive, insert or connect it, then click the on screen notification. If setup does not start automatically, click Start > File Explorer > This PC > open the drive containing the Windows 10 setup files, then double click Setup.exe.
After mounting the ISO file, right click the drive containing the installation files then click Open. Click Run setup.exe Click Yes to allow the installation to Start. Wait while setup is initialized. You can select download and install any important updates before upgrading. This is recommended since it can help to ensure a smooth upgrade. If you are not connected to the Internet, select the Not right now radio box instead. Click Next. Wait while setup checks for updates that might make the installation go smoothly.
Wait while Windows 10 setup checks your system for compatibility issues.
Accept the End User License Agreement.
Wait while Windows 10 setup does one final check to ensure your system is ready.
Windows 10 setup will check if you have enough disk space. If you don’t, review the following article for instructions how to upgrade to Windows 10 feature update on a system with limited disk space:
[How to Upgrade to Windows 10 Feature Update on a Drive with Limited Space]
Please note, you have the option of choosing what you would like to keep, which includes personal files, apps and settings.
If you want to perform a new install or just keep your files click Change what to keep. Once you have chosen the desired options, click Install to begin.
To learn more about performing a clean install: [How to: Perform a clean install of Windows 10]
This will be your screen for a little while. During the installation, your computer will restart several times.
After the first restart, Windows 10 setup will resume. You will notice the setup experience has once again been refined from the previous animated circle. This will be your screen for a while. When complete, Windows 10 setup will restart automatically.
Sign into your account.
- Click on the In Meeting(Advanced)section.
- Enable the Virtual Background function.
- Open the Zoom app and start your video conference.
- Click on the three More dots in the lower-right corner.
- in the menu that opens, click on Virtual Background.
- Select one of the preset backgrounds.
To add your own background, just scroll the list of funds to the right and click on the + button, and then select a photo from the gallery.