Whichever guide you use, don't forget to delete the ei.cfg file so you can stick to 1 image for home/pro/ultimate/etc. Not making that the default is the dumbest microsoft decision ever. (so many wasted downloads I'm sure)
Also look into adding the UEFI bootloader thing, its not hard and worth trying on a lot of modern systems.
Its tricky to confirm you are actually in the proper install mode, and you really want to manually clean the disk and make sure it goes GPT yourself, but it can't hurt.
TR 1950x 16c32t - 2018: Pretty much done with intel on the desktop.
E5 2696v4 22c44t 2.2~3.7Ghz - The last great gleam of the pre-nerf HEDT era.
E5 1680v2 8c16t 4.5Ghz - "Yes Virginia, there were unlocked xeons" /weep for them.