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  • Caio
    +3

    This article will help you.

    Unfortunately it doesn't seem to be possible to just convert a Windows 7 key to a Windows 10 key, you'll have to install Windows 7 first, upgrade it and then do a clean install of Windows 10 from there. It's pretty complicated, but that's the Microsoft way.

    • SevenTales
      +3

      Wow. Thanks for the link, I'll check it out, but the microsoft way is really not the easiest of ways. :P

      • Caio
        +3

        They always seem to try to make it as complicated as possible.

        Be careful when you set up your dual-boot, when you install Windows it'll erase your existing bootloader, so you need have a live-usb handy to re-install grub (or whatever it is you use). Otherwise you won't be able to boot into Linux anymore.

        • SevenTales
          +2

          They still do that shit? Man, it feels like 2004. -_-