This is a quick guide for installing Windows 10 onto an existing system after hardware changes (Such as after installing an SSD in a Lenovo IdeaPad 110S – Storage Upgrade ).
The basic installation applies to most laptops/PCs where you want to install Windows 10.
You will need the following –
- Your device!
- A Laptop or PC where you can install the Windows image creator.
- USB Key of at least 8GB in size
- Internet Connection
Over the years in IT I’ve experienced most brands in both laptop and PC form and the difference between brands can at times be quite substantial – Even in the same price range build quality can be excellent or very poor.
Because of this when it came to home PCs, I always opted to build my own, it saved some money and allowed me to pick and choose parts – but then prices came right down and it made more sense to buy pre-built systems.
So the other day I decided I wanted to actually fully write my blogs when out and not wait until I was home to finish them off. The iPad is good but image editing isn’t that easy and adding images to WordPress is much easier on a fully functional laptop.
Not having a huge budget meant looking around for something small, functional and cheap – I found the Lenovo IdeaPad 110S-11IBR at Argos for £169.99.