Windows 10 is finally out, but many Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users have yet to find their machines upgraded. Some users who reserved Windows 10 for free via the Windows 10 reservation app still have not been upgraded and this has caused a lot of concern. Microsoft has stated that the Windows 10 upgrade may take longer to upgrade some users computers as the new upgrade is released globally. Fortunately, Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Download Tool, which is very easy to use and will start the upgrade process immediately.
The Windows 10 Download Tool will allow you to upgrade to Windows 10 immediately and watch the progress of the Windows 10 setup. You can even work on your computer while it upgrades.
How to use the Windows 10 Download Tool
This guide will help you upgrade to Windows 10 using the free Windows 10 Download Tool provided by Microsoft.
1. To start upgrading with the Windows 10 Download Tool, visit the following link and download the appropriate Windows 10 Download Tool for your specific computer:
2. Once Windows 10 Download Tool has downloaded, double-click on it to execute the program.
3. On the Windows 10 Setup window you can choose to automatically upgrade to Windows 10 or create a bootable ISO or USB flash drive to upgrade another PC.
If you will be installing Windows 10 for the first time (as opposed to upgrading), you might need your Windows product key (xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx). For more information about product keys and when they are required, visit the FAQ page.