With the advent of more modern and advanced versions of the operating system, users may need to be updated, for example, Windows Vista to Windows 7. This requires a licensed installation disc or downloaded from the internet distribution.
Decide which version of Windows you want to install.If your computer is running Windows Vista Home Basic or Premium, you can upgrade to Windows 7 Premium or 7 Ultimate.If you are using Windows Vista Business, you can upgrade to Windows 7 Professional or 7 Ultimate.If your computer runs on Windows Vista Ultimate, you can only go to Windows 7 Ultimate.Obtain a copy of the relevant Windows 7.
Turn on your computer and internet connection.Installation of Windows 7 Upgrade Program will use the internet connection to get updates during the installation process.However, even if you do not have access to the network, the installation of Windows 7 will work, but asks to download the updates after the completion of the work.
Place the installation disk into the drive and double-click the executable setup file you downloaded Windows 7 online.Prepare the product license key Windows.It is a 25-digit code listed on the box with the license disc or in the annex to the installer a text file.
Click "Install Now", will start as soon as the installation file.If your computer is connected to the Internet, select "Get important updates for installation."Check out the information offered, select "I accept the terms of the license agreement" and go to the next screen.Select "Update" as the installation type, and then click "Install".Do not turn off the computer during installation.It will happen automatically, and upon completion of her computer is restarted.
Your computer must be running Windows Vista Service Pack (Service Pack) 1 or 2, otherwise updating the system may be denied.If updates are available, download them using the system tools Windows Update, which runs through the menu "System Properties."