installation process is a simple operating system.In most cases, it is fully automated and only requires the user to following the instructions that appear on your computer screen.Install Windows 7 from the disc is also simple and can be performed fairly quickly.
Turn off the computer and run it again.During the boot process, press Delete, F2, F10 or another (depending on the type of motherboard).As a result, you get into the BIOS settings of your computer.Go to the Boot and select Boot Device Priority.You will see a list that defines the order of the boot.Line 1st Boot Device, select the device CDROM, so you indicate that in the first place the computer should try to boot from a CD or DVD.When finished with the settings, press F10 to save changes and confirm by clicking Ok.Wait until the computer is restarted.
Start installation Insert the Windows 7 operating system in the disk drive and restart the computer.You will see a window operating system installation Install Windows.Selec
t the installation language (Language to install), time and currency format (Time and currency format) and the input method to the keyboard (Keyboard or input method).Then click Next.
Select the type of OS
Select the type of operating system you want to install.It depends on your computer architecture (x86 or x64).This step is not always present during the installation, its availability depends on the assembly of the installation disk Windows 7.
Select the hard disk on which you want to install the operating system, and then click Next.Then begin the automatic installation process, during which the computer can be rebooted several times.At the main part of the installation of the system finishes.
After installation of the operating system you will be asked to carry out additional settings: credentials and passwords to them, the key to activate the license set up the system, a way to protect the system, time and time zone, the type of computer network, etc..d.All these settings are carried out in sequence, following the simple instructions on your computer screen.