Windows 10 Installation with UEFI and SecureBoot Video Demonstration// //
- Part 1 Downloading Windows 10 and Rufus.
- Part 2 Creating the Bootable USB (GPT for UEFI and SecureBoot)
- Part 3 Preparing Preinstallation SATA Drivers
- Part 4 BIOS Settings – UEFI and SecureBoot
- Part 5: Windows 10 9926 Installation
- Part 6: Downloading System Drivers
- Part 7 Installing System Drivers
Additional Notes Before Installing – Dell Backup and Recovery Playlist
- SSD/HDD Configuration – Ability to Remap User Files During Installation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQXlya8Lljo
- Make Microsoft Mathematics the Default Calculator: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ecH-vXpvWo
- Do not make the Windows 10 .iso Downloader like the Microsoft Software Recovery Tool; make it like the Windows 8.1 Media Creation Tool (and fix its bugs): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3jUe9Q_Wg8 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hs6JbJTlxc8
- Don’t make Media Centre an upgrade for Home users require an upgrade to Professional
- Don’t bloat the alphabetical start menu with preinstalled Metro Applications. The tiles to the right are already infested by them at default settings. Put these Apps in a folder called Windows Apps.
- Allow Drag and Drop of Icons from the Start Menu to the Left to the Tiles to the Right.
- Windows Explorer icons look terrible, like they have been made from Microsoft Paint. Bring Back the Windows 8.1 icons or have an option for users to change them.
- Update the Windows and X Menu (Right Clicking the Start Button) to make it look like part of the Start Button.
- Add Windows Defender (Right Click Context Menus) and Add Windows Defender to the Windows and X Menu.
- Add Windows Defender Offline to the Windows and X Menu.
- Add a Utility to turn a Windows 10 .iso into a Bootable USB to the Windows and X Menu (and possibly download the .iso).