Pls give me link to download window 10 LTSC 2021

Tuấn Anh 0 Reputation points

Pls give link download Office2021 LTSC,ProjectPro2021,VisioPro2021,Window10 LTSC 2021 and also I have a 500 GB SSD drive, I divided it into 2 drives C = 150 GB to install windows according to UFI / GPT standards, and drive D = 350 GB already contains data inside, now I want to repartition C drive  using DISKPART On Command Prompt to install new windows, I already have a USB containing small Windows that can boot to use the small windows Command Prompt to delete C drive and repartition, Please show me the steps to repartition C drive according to UFI standard by DiskPart on CMD , Thanks,

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  1. Ian Xue (Shanghai Wicresoft Co., Ltd.) 32,236 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor


    You can download the Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2021 through this link

    To delete the C drive by diskpart, you need to use the select command to shift the focus to the partition first, then use the delete and create commands to recreate the partition. Please refer to this link for more details.

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  2. Limitless Technology 44,061 Reputation points


    Diskpart general information can be found here:

    All all, for Windows installations, is usually more confortable to manage the partitions from the Custom installation process when proceeded with the Windows installation. This will allow to delete not desired partitions (Reserved, System, etc) and Windows to create the right additional partitions for the system.

    To delete the current partition:

    At a command prompt, type diskpart

    At the DISKPART prompt, type select disk 0 (Selects the disk.)

    At the DISKPART prompt, type list partition

    At the DISKPART prompt, type select partition <Number of the desired partition>

    At the DISKPART prompt, type delete partition

    At the DISKPART prompt, type exit

    To partition again the space, you will need:

    At a command prompt, type: diskpart

    At the DISKPART prompt, type list disk (Note the drive number you wish to manipulate.)

    At the DISKPART prompt, type: select disk 0 (This selects disk to edit; make sure to type in the disk number from step two.)

    At the DISKPART prompt, type create partition primary size=100000 (The size parameter refers to the size in megabytes. In this case, 100000 equals 100 GB. Change the word primary to extended to create an extended partition. If you do not set a size, then all available space on the disk will be used for the partition.)

    At the DISKPART prompt, type assign letter=D (Choose an unused drive letter.)

    At the DISKPART prompt, type exit

    From the command prompt, use the format command, or the Disk Management utility in Windows or any disk format tool to format the drive.

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