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Installing Windows 7

  Shared By: joebland101      Date: May 21      Category: Windows OS     
anthonyblando.com Installing Microsoft Windows 7 RC First of all the why would you want to do this? There are a couple reasons. 1.Hardware and software are becoming more sophisticated so in order to stay in front of the curve you should know what technologies are available. 2.Increase productivity - people often forget that increasing production is the main reason that they invest in technology to begin with. 3.Its Free for 13 months. (I like free). 4.Vista is an abomination. Well maybe it's not that bad but certainly 7 is a lot faster and a lot better. 5.You can always go back to XP or Vista if it does not work for you. Very little risk. Check if it will run on your system: A PC for testing with these system requirements: o1 GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor o1 GB RAM (32-bit) / 2 GB RAM (64-bit) o16 GB available disk space (32-bit) / 20 GB (64-bit) oDirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor: Not a bad idea to run this on your current system: www.microsoft.com Here's what you'll need: 1. DVD burner 2.Blank DVD 3.ISO burning software. download.cnet.com 4.Partitioning software: you do not need to partition. (www.partition-tool.com ) And in fact I set off for partitions in this demonstration but you can get away with one or none 5.Microsoft Windows live account 6.Download of Windows 7 RC 7. External hard drive for backup, or something comparable. Step one: Get everything backed up. This is a great time to take <b>...</b>

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