First, install the drive in your computer: connect data and power cables. Next, run Samsung "Magician" software and perform a "Secure Erase" on the new SSD. This will return the drive to "fresh-out-of-the-box" status.
Next, go to Windows Disk Management and right click on the new drive: select "New Simple Volume". This wizard should walk you through the steps to create a new Simple Volume on the SSD. Suggestion: leave at least 10% of the new SSD's capacity as "Un-allocated" for the purpose of over-provisioning. You don't want to completely fill an SSD as this will cripple performance.