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Installing new os on a new build.

delaatdigitalimaging
  • 37 months ago

Ok. It has come down to this.the last of my parts will be here tomorrow and i plan on finishing my first build. The next step is the os. I have always in the past installed 98 and upgraded through xp -7-8 and ended up at 10(free download) I guess my question is is there any shorter way to accomplish this without spending 150+ for windows 10. This will be a new 250gb ssd for the os with a 2tb hhd for file storage Its not that i am cheap.but .....ok maybe just a little. :D Any tips would be great. I only ever bought 98 full version all the rest have been upgrades. Thanks in advance :)

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  • 37 months ago
  • 2 points

Existing topic: PCPartPicker

  • 37 months ago
  • 1 point

Definitely your best legal option. Unless they have a Win 10 sale again soon...

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