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Please note:

  • Support: Although Windows 10 is available for installation through our agreement with Microsoft, CUIT does not currently support Windows 10. If you need help with this software after installing it on a home computer, please contact a third-party provider in your area.
  • Applications: Management applications are not currently certified to run on Windows 10.
  • Installation: Permission to download Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise is generally limited to university officials, support staff, and faculty, with exceptions for certain graduates / professionals at CUIMC and Business School. All students should have the Microsoft-Softwareportal for MS downloads on personal devices. If you do not have authorization, you will not be able to download the installer and you will be directed to a page with additional information.
  • CUIT managed computers: This upgrade must not be installed on CUIT managed desktops. CUIT is responsible for all upgrades of the machines it manages.

How to download and install Microsoft Windows 10

  1. Ensure that your computer has the necessary Requirements for installing Windows 10 .
  2. Download the appropriate one ISO-Image for your computer (requires login with your UNI and password.):
    • Windows 10 64-Bit (20H2) (6.2 GB)
    • Windows-10-ARM (20H2) (6.0 GB)
  3. Visit the Microsoft-Website if you need help determining the correct version for your computer.
  4. to save the ISO image to your hard drive and note where you saved it.
  5. The ISO image (Win_10_xxxx_xxx.iso) must be recorded on a blank, writable DVD. Please follow the instructions of your burning program to record the ISO onto a DVD.
    • If you don't have ISO burning software, you can get one of the many solutions available on the market such as Nero or Roxio. Please note that these applications are not supported by CUIT.
  6. After the ISO is recorded, start anew Your computer with the DVD you just burned.
  7. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation / configuration of Windows 10.
  8. After Windows 10 has completed the installation, please Follow the activation instructions to fully activate it.

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