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I recommend doing a fresh install of Fedora 21 - there is no upgrade functionality from 10 to 21 (see comments above)

  1. Backup your system (all files in /home/user)
  2. Download your iso image: (32bit)
  3. Make a bootable USB thumb drive (use UNetbootin)
  4. Change your BIOS setting in order to be able to boot from USB
  5. Start the Fedora Installer/Live system from the USB drive
  6. Create completely new partitions for F21 during install (you will need 10-15GB for the Fedora system, depending on what programs you want to install)

I recommend doing a fresh install of Fedora 21 - there is no upgrade functionality from 10 to 21 (see comments above)

  1. Backup your system (all files in /home/user)/home/user including hidden files and folders (CTRL+H))
  2. Download your iso image: (32bit)
  3. Make a bootable USB thumb drive (use UNetbootin)
  4. Change your BIOS setting in order to be able to boot from USB
  5. Start the Fedora Installer/Live system from the USB drive
  6. Create completely new partitions for F21 during install (you will need 10-15GB for the Fedora system, depending on what programs you want to install)