Windows 10

Find tools, step-by-step guides, and other resources to help you deploy and support Windows 10 in your organization.

Explore

Prepare to deploy Windows 10 in your organization. Explore deployment methods, compatibility tools, and servicing options.

Plan

Prepare to deploy Windows 10 in your organization. Explore deployment methods, compatibility tools, and servicing options.

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Upgrade options

Learn about the options available for upgrading Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 PCs and devices to Windows 10.

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Understanding Windows as a Service

Windows as a service provides ongoing new capabilities and updates while maintaining a high level of hardware and software compatibility.

Deploy

Download recommended tools, and get step-by-step guidance for in-place upgrades, dynamic provisioning, or traditional deployments.

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In-place upgrade

The simplest way to upgrade PCs that are currently running Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 is to do an in-place upgrade.

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Traditional deployment

Some organizations may still need to opt for an image-based deployment of Windows 10.

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Dynamic provisioning

With Windows 10, you can create provisioning packages that let you quickly configure a device without having to install a new image.

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Other deployment scenarios

Get guidance on how to deploy Windows 10 for students, faculty, and guest users—and how to deploy line-of-business apps.

Manage

Learn how to manage Windows 10 updates, maintain the security and integrity of corporate devices, and work with virtual machines.

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Manage Windows 10 updates

With Windows 10, there are two release types: feature updates that add new functionality two to three times per year, and quality updates that provide security and reliability fixes at least once a month.

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