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Windows setup begins in a similar fashion to what we have seen before -- using the 'Windows Phone' Metro-style user interface, with the thin fonts and the large lettering. Though there will probably be no updates to the brand new preview build, future builds and final copies will be able to download updates before the installation has begun.
You will notice as the screenshots move foward, how open Windows setup is with its language. It is more down to earth and 'friendly', almost, interacting with the reader as though they are an ordinary person. Back in the day, it would be almost unheard of for operating systems to be installed by the end user. Nowdays, it is perfectly common.
'Checking your PC' appears a few times during setup, to ensure that you have the correct hardware requirements, an Internet connection and other prerequisites to ensure that Windows can run properly.