How to create Amazon Machine Instance (AMI) in AWS Free Usage Tier?

Amazon EC2 - Request Instances Wizard - Windows and Ubuntu AMI for Free Tier

create Amazon Machine Instance
EC2 Management Console
EC2 Management Console
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Launch Instance from EC2 Management Console
Launch Instance from EC2 Management Console
Create New Instance in AWS with Classic Wizard
Create New Instance in AWS with Classic Wizard
Amazon EC2 - Request Instances Wizard - Choose an AMI
Amazon EC2 – Request Instances Wizard – Choose an AMI
Amazon EC2 - Request Instances Wizard - Windows and Ubuntu AMI for Free Tier
Amazon EC2 – Request Instances Wizard – Windows and Ubuntu AMI for Free Tier
Amazon EC2 - Instance Details
Amazon EC2 – Instance Details
Amazon EC2 - Instance Details - Advance Instance Options
Amazon EC2 – Instance Details – Advance Instance Options
Amazon EC2 - Storage Device Configuration
Amazon EC2 – Storage Device Configuration
Add Tags to Amazon EC2 Instance
Add Tags to Amazon EC2 Instance
Amazon EC2 - Choose from your existing Key pair
Amazon EC2 – Choose from your existing Key pair
Amazon EC2 - Choose or Create Security Group
Amazon EC2 – Choose or Create Security Group
Reviw Amazon EC2 instance Details
Review Amazon EC2 instance Details
 Amazon EC2 Instance - Pending State
Amazon EC2 Instance – Pending State
Amazon EC2 Instance - Running State
Amazon EC2 Instance – Running State

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