Restart the computer and insert the DVD or USB drive and boot from the same. ( F8 for Boot Options usually )
Hit Enter to start Fedora.
Now click Install to Hard Drive.
Select your required System Language and Keyboard Layout and click Continue.
Click Installation Destination, if you want to change the partition to install.
If you are installing Fedora in a complete hard disk, you can skip this step. ( All the existing partitions will be erased in Automatic Partitioning )
Now click the radio, I will configure partitioning and click Done.
Select Standard Partition from the drop down and click + to add a partition. In my case, I’ve 20GB hard disk and I have added complete disk as a single partition. You can set it as per your wish with the following configuration.
If you like to change the name of the partition, you can do it here.
Once you are done, click Done.
You will get the above warning. In Linux, it is recommended to have a SWAP Memory, which I have not configured.
It is highly recommended to use SWAP Memory twice the amount of RAM.
Now you will get a summary of changes to be done to your hard disk. Click Accept Changes.
Now click Begin Installation. The system will start installation process.
Meanwhile you can create and configure user accounts by using the options in the screen.
In my case, I have used a simple password. But it is recommended to use strong passwords.
Wait till the installation is complete. Once it is done, you are ready to go.