possible to reinstall Windows XP to Windows 7?



Windows XP operating system is widely used in different organizations and some of them still use this system.With the advent of Windows 7, many users began to weigh the potential costs and benefits associated with the transition from one operating system to another.Windows 7 is a perfect analogue of the hopelessly outdated Windows XP, service which manufacturer Microsoft today did not produce.Unfortunately, the transition from one operating system to another without difficulty, and various restrictions impossible.To install Windows 7, the user must first improve Windows XP to Windows Vista, and only then install Windows 7. Of course, there's another way out of this situation, which is associated with the purchase of a new PC with pre-in
stalled Windows 7, unfortunately, this approachcapable of strongly "hit on the wallet."

In the event that a user of a personal computer does not care about the difficulties associated with "migration" from one operating system to another, then it will need to fulfill a number of the following, after which it is already possible to start installing Windows 7. First, choose and buy the operating systemand check its compatibility with the PC, where it will be installed.Then, using Widnows Easy Transfer, you can transfer some data and settings made for Windows XP.

Installing Windows 7



To install the operating system you want to install directly the installation CD into the appropriate drive.After starting the installation screen you need to select "Immediate Installation".In this case, the operating system will be upgraded to a new and improved version (in this case Windows 7), and a window will appear to verify the critical updates.After checking for the update is complete, you can proceed directly to the installation.To do this, click on the "Install" button and select Custom (advanced), with the result that the procedure will begin installing the OS.

In the next window, the user can select the partition to install the operating system and click Next.It is worth noting that even if the user installs Windows 7 on the same disk, where there is an old OS, it will be saved in the folder Windows.old.After that, all the steps to install an operating system like normal.User name is required, select the country, language and keyboard layout, enter the password for the account, and a hint.The system will require entering a security key, which is written on the box to drive.If it is entered correctly, the installation will continue and will open a window where you need to specify the time zone settings and install updates.After that start directly to the procedure itself, and when it is complete, the user has to work on Windows 7.