How to Install Windows 10 | Running 1809 LTSC 64 Bit Step by Step

In this article, we will examine how to install a clean Microsoft Windows 10 step by step on a new PC / Laptop.

How to Install Windows 10

How to Install Windows 10 Enterprise 1809 LTSC

Windows 10 is an operating system designed and developed by Microsoft for personal computers, tablets, and embedded devices. Windows 10 was the first release after the Windows 8 operating system.

Let’s examine the basic system requirements before starting to install it.

1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor or SoC is sufficient.
1 gigabyte (GB) for 32-bit or 2 GB for 64-bit is sufficient.
16 GB for the 32-bit operating system, 20 GB for the 64-bit operating system
DirectX 9 or later with the WDDM 1.0 driver is sufficient.
Screen Resolution

What are Win 10 Versions?

You can review the Windows 10 versions in the following table.

  • Home Version
  • Home N Version
  • Home Single Language Version
  • Pro Version
  • Pro N Version
  • Enterprise Version
  • Enterprise N Version
  • Enterprise LTSB Version
  • Enterprise LTSB N Version
  • Enterprise LTSC Version
  • Enterprise LTSC N Version
  • Education Version
  • Education N Version
  • Mobile Version
  • Mobile Enterprise Version

What are Win 10 Build Versions?

You can review the Windows 10 build versions in the following table.

 Servicing option
 Availability date
 OS build
 Latest revision date
Semi-Annual Channel
Semi-Annual Channel
Semi-Annual Channel
Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted)
Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC)
Semi-Annual Channel
Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted)
Semi-Annual Channel
Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted)
Semi-Annual Channel
Current Branch (CB)
Current Branch for Business (CBB)
Current Branch (CB)
Long-Term Servicing Branch (LTSB)
 1507 (RTM)
Long-Term Servicing Branch (LTSB)

Which is the Latest Win 10 Version?

The latest version of Windows is the Version 2004 update, released on May 27, 2020. The latest Build version is 19041.388.

How to Build Windows 10 on a Laptop or Desktop Computer

To install Windows 10 cleanly on the computer you buy or on the computer you use, you first need the ISO file.

After downloading ISO, you will need a Flash Memory of 8 GB minimum. You must burn the operating system that you downloaded to your computer into a Bootable Flash Memory.

You can download the Windows operating system using Microsoft’s Media Creation Tool and prepare Bootable Flash Memory. You can also burn a Windows ISO file to Flash Memory using a tool such as Rufus.

You do not need to have Flash Memory for it. Otherwise, you can install it on your computer’s CD/DVD drive. For example, you can burn the Windows ISO file you downloaded to a DVD media using a program such as Nero and start the installation.

How to Configure Windows 10 Enterprise

Before you begin the installation step by step, prepare a Bootable Flash Memory using Microsoft’s Media Creation Tool. You can download only Home and Pro versions of Windows to your computer using the Media Creation Tool.

Download the Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC ISO file that we published in the previous article to your computer and print the ISO file to Flash Memory.

Then, follow the steps below to install the Windows 10 operating system step by step on a PC.

   Step 1

Restart your computer after creating a USB media for a UEFI-supported setup. While the computer is restarting, press the key on the keyboard (Del + F2 + F11 + F12 + ESC + F10) to switch to the BIOS configuration screen.

On the BIOS configuration screen of your computer, go to the Boot setting and then configure the following settings to enable the UEFI option.

Note: Don’t forget to save your settings!

OS Type: Windows UEFI Mode
Secure Boot State: Enabled
Fast Boot: Disabled

After configuring the settings for Windows 10 UEFI installation, insert your Flash Memory/DVD installation media into your computer and restart your computer again.

After you see the message in the picture below, press any key on your keyboard to start the installation.

Press any key to boot from CD or DVD

   Step 2

We are preparing the installation of the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system.

Preparing Windows

   Step 3

In the Windows Setup window, configure the display language, time, and currency, as well as your keyboard layout. Then click Next.

If you want to use Windows in a different language, you can configure your system language in this step.

Language to install

   Step 4

Click Install Now to start the system setup.

Install Now

   Step 5

Wait while your computer is starting Windows, and do not turn off your computer!

Setup is starting

   Step 6

You will see the versions in the Select operating system window you want to install. In this article, we will not install a Windows 10 Home or Pro version, so there are no options in the following window.

Select the Enterprise LTSC version and click Next.

Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC Evaluation

   Step 7

To accept the Win 10 license agreement, select I accept the license terms and then click Next.

Accepting Microsoft License Agreement

   Step 8

If you want to install Windows on the system you are using (Windows 7, 8, 8.1), you can do this either from scratch or by upgrading.

To install a clean Win 10, click Custom: Install Windows only (advanced).

Custom: Install Windows Only

   Step 9

You will see your hard disk or SSD disk inserted into your computer. To configure the disk you want, click on it and then click New.

Unallocated HDD Space

   Step 10

If you want to use the entire area of your disk, click on the Apply button without making any changes to the Size section. If you don’t want to use all of the disk space, you can type the size you want to separate in Size for Windows setup and create a new Partition.

Creating a New Partition

   Step 11

Click OK in the “to ensure that all Windows features work correctly” window.

Windows Additional HDD Spaces

   Step 12

After clicking the OK button, you will create Partitions as below on your hard drive for Windows UEFI setup.

Drive 0 Partition 4

   Step 13

We are preparing files for the installation of the Microsoft Windows operating system.

Getting Files Ready for Installation

   Step 14

The setup wizard will reboot your system after copying the necessary files for Windows. If you do not want to wait for the restart time, you can click the Restart Now button.

Restarting PC

   Step 15

Preparing Microsoft Windows 10.

Getting Ready

   Step 16

Select the location where you live and click Yes.

Let's Start with Region

   Step 17

Select your keyboard layout and click Yes.

Configuring Keyboard Layout

   Step 18

In the “Want to add a second keyboard layout?” window, click on the Skip button.

Second Keyboard Layout

   Step 19

In this step, you can sign in to Microsoft. If you have a Microsoft account, you can sign in to this window. Or, if you want to set up a local account, click Domain join instead.

Domain join instead

   Step 20

Type your Win10 user name and click Next.

Create a User Name

   Step 21

If you wish to set a password to remember, enter your password and click Next. If you do not want to assign a password to your Windows operating system, leave the box blank and click Next.

Create a Super Memorable Password

   Step 22

If you want to send your user data to Microsoft, click Yes.

Do More Across Devices with Activity History

   Step 23

Read your computer’s privacy setting descriptions carefully and make a decision. After configuring the privacy settings, click on the Accept button.

Choose Privacy Settings for Your Device

   Step 24

Preparing your Windows 10 desktop…

Just a Moment

   Step 25

You have completed the Windows 10 installation steps on a desktop/laptop! You can find out the features of your system by clicking on the Right Key on this PC and clicking on Properties.

Windows 10 System Properties



In this article, we have talked about Windows 10 system requirements, versions, and build versions. Then, we prepared the installation media to make a clean Windows 10 UEFI installation on a PC / Laptop. Thanks for following us!

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