Let’s get started –
2. The texture pack that you’ve extracted goes into the folder named ‘Resource_packs’.
3. Paste the extracted folder here and Minecraft will be able to access it.
5. Scroll down the left column, and click on Global Resources.
6. You will see a list of active, and available texture packs and it should include the one you moved to the resource_packs folder.
7. Select it, and click the Plus button to enable it. At any given time, you can have more than one texture pack enabled.
Note – If a texture pack doesn’t appear, it’s likely incompatible with this version of Minecraft.
Installing a Skin Pack
1. Find and download skin for Minecraft. It’s going to download as a single PNG file.
2. You can save the PNG file anywhere but it’s a good idea to place it somewhere it won’t accidentally be deleted.
3. Open Minecraft and click the little wire hanger icon under your avatar on the start screen.
4. This will take you to customize the skin screen. In the Default box, click the avatar outline, and click the ‘Choose New Skin’ button in the Custom box.
5. Select the PNG file you downloaded, and the skin will be applied.
This is how you can install Skin and Texture packs on Minecraft in Windows 10.