Using Windows Update. If you're running an Ultimate or Enterprise edition of Windows, you can download available language packs by using Windows Updates. Language packs installed using Windows Update provide a fully translated version of Windows dialog boxes, menu items, and help content. All the languages available for this type of download have "Windows Update" listed in the right column of the table below.
Using the links on this page. You can download Language Interface Packs (LIPs) from the Microsoft Download Center by using the links below. You can install LIPs over any edition of Windows, but they provide a translated version of only the most widely used dialog boxes, menu items, and help content. To install a LIP, you will need to have the required parent language installed on your PC.The table below shows if the language you're looking for requires a premium edition of Windows or a particular parent language.
To get started, you will first need to have a licence to install Windows 10. You can then download and run the media creation tool. For more information on how to use the tool, see the instructions below.
If you downloaded an ISO file for Windows 10, the file is saved locally at the location you selected. If you have a third-party DVD burning program installed on your computer that you prefer to use for creating the installation DVD, that program might open by going to the location where the file is saved and double-clicking the ISO file, or right-click the ISO file, select Open with and choose your preferred DVD burning software.
If your computer does not support Dell SupportAssist OS Recovery, Dell provides operating system recovery image for Windows, Ubuntu, or Linux that was factory installed on your computer. You can download and use the Dell operating system recovery image to perform a clean installation, or reinstall Windows, Ubuntu, or Linux on your Dell computer. The Dell OS recovery tool provides an interface to quickly download and create a bootable USB drive to reinstall the operating system.
The Dell OS Recovery Tool helps you download the operating system recovery image that is customized for your Dell computer and create a USB recovery media. The Dell OS Recovery Tool allows you to download either Microsoft Windows, Ubuntu, or Linux operating system recovery image that was preinstalled on your Dell computer.
Yes. The Advanced Mode in Dell operating system Recovery Tool allows you to create a USB recovery media using an operating system image file in ISO file format. This is useful if you downloaded the operating system recovery image using a Linux, Mac, or Android device.
Typical operating system recovery image files in an ISO file format are between 5-16 GB in size (the file size varies between different operating systems). Once the file is downloaded, the Dell operating system Recovery Tool verifies the integrity of the file before creating the USB recovery media. The time to download and verify that the integrity of the file can vary depending on network speed and file size.
If you download a large file through a Dell online application (such as the Dell operating system Recovery Tool), you may receive a "Not enough space on drive" error. This is due to a space limitation on the hard drive where the files are being saved to. Some operating system recovery images can be up to 16 GB in file size.
The operating system recovery image may not contain the latest device drivers for your Dell computer. The latest device drivers are available at Dell.com/support/drivers. After the operating system is installed, Dell Technologies recommends that you download and install the latest device drivers.
Not only is it a complete change for legacy Windows users, but it can cause more problems than simply popping a CD or USB into your computer, downloading and installing the software. Not least because if your computer crashes halfway through the update, it may leave some scary-looking errors on the startup screen.
When Windows 10 was first released, the company made a big mistake automatically downloading the software onto everyone's PC, without permission. Unsurprisingly, the company came under quite a substantial amount of fire for that and as such, its unlikely the company will ever use such bullish tactics for upgrading computers again.
But Microsoft does still advise everyone when a new update is available. You know, just in case you do want to update it. In fact, even after the Windows 10 automatic upgrade fiasco, some users reported closing down the pop-up upgrade notification by clicking the x resulted in Microsoft downloading the upgrade anyway.
3. Once these updates are installed, you'll see a tiny Windows icon in your System Tray. Click it and follow the on-screen prompts - a wizard will check your computer for compatibility and reserve' your copy of Windows 10 in Microsoft's staggered worldwide download queue.
4. When your reserved copy of Windows is ready, you'll see a dialog box prompting you to download the installer. Accept and the long wait begins. The exact size of the installer will vary depending on your existing setup, but it will be in the region of at least 2.5GB.
5. Once the installer has downloaded, another dialog box will prompt you to finally start the installation itself (hooray!) either straight away or at a later time. The lengthy download will be followed by an equally lengthy preparing for installation' phase, so scheduling for installation will be a good idea. Follow the on-screen prompts to start installation - it'll be another lengthy process, but it'll be worth it.
4. Download the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool. Although intended primarily for creating a Windows installation DVD or USB stick, you can also use it to upgrade Windows in place. Make sure you download the right version for your PC - either the 32-bit version or the 64-bit version.
5. Once the Tool has downloaded, run it and follow the on-screen prompts to download and install Windows 10. Download and installation can take a long time, so don't do it if you're in a hurry. The exact size of the installer will vary depending on your existing setup, but it will be in the region of at least 2.5GB.
Most people unaware that after installing Windows 10, the previous version of the OS is still lingering in the background taking up valuable space. When you upgraded, your old version of Windows didn't just disappear into thin air. Oh no, it's still there in the back of your system going by the name of windows.old' and taking up disk space.
Windows will do some more calculations and give you another a very similar looking box, this time with the option to delete previous windows installation(s). You might have to scroll down to find it, but it should be taking up a sizeable bit of drive space, in our case, almost 5GB. Tick this option and click OK. In the separate message box that appears asking if you're certain you want to send this, click Delete Files, and you're done.
This ZIP file contains sample scripts to deploy and configure Citrix Workspace app. It is an optional download, provided on an as-is basis by Citrix to serve as an example. Before use, IT administrators must customize the scripts to suit their environment. The uninstall and install scripts may be used as noted in the upgrade guide for Citrix Workspace app for Windows (CTX135933). Version: 184.108.40.206(2212)
This ZIP file contains ADMX and ADML files to deploy and configure Citrix Workspace app using group policy object editor. It is an optional download, to be used by IT administrators, and not meant for use by end-users. The administrative templates (ADMX and ADML files) may be used as noted in the upgrade guide for Citrix Workspace app for Windows (CTX135933). Version: 220.127.116.11 (2212)
When you accept the invitation, the EA app download process will begin. Origin will be uninstalled automatically - this ensures you will not experience any conflicts or errors related to having both clients installed on your PC simultaneously. Once you complete the update process, your games and content will be ready for play.
This page contains download links for the latest released version ofPuTTY.Currently this is 0.78, released on 2022-10-29.When new releases come out, this page will update to contain thelatest, so this is a good page to bookmark or link to.Alternatively, here is apermanent link to the 0.78 release.Release versions of PuTTY are versions we think are reasonably likelyto work well. However, they are often not the most up-to-dateversion of the code available. If you have a problem with thisrelease, then it might be worth trying outthe development snapshots,to see if the problem has already been fixed in those versions.Package filesYou probably want one of these. They include versions ofall the PuTTY utilities (except the new and slightly experimentalWindows pterm).(Not sure whether you want the 32-bit or the 64-bit version? Read theFAQ entry.)
The download links above will attempt to download GIMP from one of our trusted mirror servers. If the mirrors do not work or you would rather download directly from our server, you can get the direct download here.
Windows 10 is a major release of Microsoft's Windows NT operating system. It is the direct successor to Windows 8.1, which was released nearly two years earlier. It was released to manufacturing on July 15, 2015, and later to retail on July 29, 2015. Windows 10 was made available for download via MSDN and TechNet, as a free upgrade for retail copies of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users via the Windows Store, and to Windows 7 users via Windows Update. Windows 10 receives new builds on an ongoing basis, which are available at no additional cost to users, in addition to additional test builds of Windows 10, which are available to Windows Insiders. Devices in enterprise environments can receive these updates at a slower pace, or use long-term support milestones that only receive critical updates, such as security patches, over their ten-year lifespan of extended support. In June 2021, Microsoft announced that support for Windows 10 editions which are not in the Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) will end on October 14, 2025. 1e1e36bf2d