A couple of months ago I bought a new laptop, and I had to do some digging to figure out how to get started.
The first question was how to install Windows 10.
The answer was in the installation guides.
I’d installed it in Windows 7 and it was just a matter of a few clicks to go from there.
I didn’t have to do anything to get it installed, but I wanted to see if I could get the same thing with Windows 10 now that it’s available.
After looking through the various guides, I decided to try Windows 10’s business support.
That was a big relief.
But the real relief came when I opened up Windows 10 in the browser.
When I clicked on my Microsoft account link, I was greeted with a blank screen.
What I saw in the Windows 10 Help Center was a series of questions and answers.
One of the answers was: “Windows 10 does not support the use of Microsoft Edge or the Edge browser on your PC.
You can use Microsoft Edge to access the Windows Store and browse the web, but it’s not supported by Windows 10.”
It was an easy question to answer, but there were a few more I wanted answered.
I needed help setting up a Microsoft account and then running Microsoft Edge on my PC.
So I tried opening the Windows help center again.
This time I was presented with the same blank screen, and a different screen with the exact same answer.
And then I started reading through the answers, hoping I’d get the answer to the question I was looking for.
Then I looked at the screen and realized I had no idea what to do next.
There was no way to create a new Microsoft account or get Microsoft Edge installed on my computer.
As it turns out, the Microsoft account setup wasn’t supported either.
Microsoft didn’t even support using the Microsoft Edge browser with Windows 7.
If I wanted Windows 10 to be able to access Microsoft Edge, I had only to install it.
Windows 10 has come a long way since then.
How do I use Microsoft’s Edge browser?
I tried to make the switch to using Microsoft Edge by installing it on my desktop, but that was a little trickier.
In fact, I could only do that by installing Windows 10 on a Windows 7 machine, which is a huge step up from a Windows 10 PC.
The best solution is to install Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 Home.
You can’t do that on a PC with Windows 8.1, Windows 8, or Windows 8 Pro.
A Windows 10 desktop is a big step up over a Windows 8 or Windows 7 desktop.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at how to use Microsoft Office on your Windows 10 home PC.
First, we need to download and install Office 2017.
This is a free upgrade for existing Office users.
If you’re using Office 365 and haven’t already upgraded, you can do so in one click.
For more information on the upgrade, visit Office.com/Office365Upgrades .
Next, download Microsoft Office 2016 for Windows 10 and install it on your home PC in the same way you would any other version of Office.
Open the Microsoft Office Web App, go to Microsoft, and select Microsoft Edge.
Now go to the Start Menu, type in the name of your Office installation, and click Next.
Enter the email address that you created for the Office installation and click Create.
Choose an Office 2016 license and click Finish.
After the installation completes, you’ll get a notification that your new Office installation has been installed.
Your new Office installations are stored on the drive where you installed Windows 10, so you’ll need to back up your documents before they’re available to use again.
Finally, go back to your Windows Home directory and run the Microsoft Security Essentials installer.
Click the Start button and type in Microsoft Edge and click Continue.
Once the installation is complete, you will be prompted to allow Microsoft Edge access to your computer.
Microsoft Edge should be able access your Windows PC from anywhere.
While it’s possible to use Office for work or school, it’s much more convenient for most users to use it for personal or business use.
To learn more about how Microsoft Edge works and to get more details on Office for Windows, visit Microsoft Edge Help.
Download Windows 10 for your PC to get the best possible Windows experience.