Slough took the lead with the opening chance of the match. Garath McCleary worked some space on the right and swung the ball in. Dave Tilbury ducked out of heading the ball away and Ian Hodges was able to run in behind to slot past Kieron Drake from an angle.
Whilst chances were not exactly flowing, Slough were certainly having the better of the openings. Hodges played in Josias Carbon who shot narrowly over from the right side of the box.
Slough went into half time with a two goal advantage. A long ball into the area from Aaron Steele was headed into his own top corner from Jamie Jarvis under pressure from Hodges.
Slough extended their lead early in the second half. Carbon was played in down the right and as he neared the byline in the area, Ralf Little lunged in and the referee awarded a penalty. Hodges stepped up and sent Drake the wrong way, putting Slough three in front.
Steve Daly was on hand to clear the ball off the line for Slough with an acrobatic sliding overhead clearance after a looping Lee Charles header was about to cross the line.
Slough were content to soak up any pressure from the home side and did so comfortably whilst having efforts from Darron Wilkinson and Glen Harris narrowly off target at the other end.
Windsor & Eton Line up
Keiron Drake, Justin Skinner, Dave Tilbury, Ralf Little, Jamie Jarvis, Paul Coyne, Paul Holsgrove, Jon Case, Lee Charles, James Edgerly, Adam Wallace. Subs: Peter Holsgrove (for Little), Dave Carroll, Spencer Walsh (for Edgerley), Chris Cahill (for Skinner)