In Windows 10 you will notice how Microsoft encourages you to use the cloud for storage and sharing, and even installing programs or apps will be completed mostly on-line as well. To use any of these features, you will need to have Microsoft account. In this moive, you will know how to create your free account before beginning the installation process where you will be prompted for this account.
- [Voiceover] One thing you're going to notice…after you've upgraded to Windows 10…is how Microsoft encourages you to use the Cloud.…You're gonna get some free storage space in the Cloud…called OneDrive, where you can store files,…and access them from any computer…or device that's connected.…You'll be able to download apps,…if you're using Microsoft Office,…share files with other people through the Cloud,…and you will be encouraged to save things to the Cloud,…and so on.…Now, to do this, you need to have a Microsoft account,…some type of Microsoft Account.…
Windows Live, Outlook.com, even a Hotmail account,…if you already have one, is going to work,…and you're ready to go.…This movie is for those of us…who don't have a Microsoft account.…We're gonna create one here…and we're gonna do it for free.…It all starts with opening up your browser.…Mine is Firefox.…You might have Internet Explorer or something else.…Just click in the address field though…and type in Outlook.com.…It's going to take you to a sign in page.…Yours may look different than mine.…
Note: Windows 10 is not a free upgrade for XP users. You will need to purchase Windows 10 before proceeding with the migration.
- Getting a Microsoft account
- Backing up files on Windows XP
- Upgrading to Windows 10
- Customizing Windows 10 settings
- Restoring files and folders