Upgrade To Windows 7

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Ask a computer user about Windows 7 – you will be showered with an unending list of applauses; such is the sophistication and high utility of the operating system from the global IT bellwether Microsoft. The new theme in Windows 7 looks much more smooth and modernized than the Vista. Unlike the previous Microsoft Windows operating systems, Microsoft Windows 7 intends to be more focused and accumulative and proves to be a more user friendly upgrade to the series. It moreover aims at being fully compatible with all hardware and applications which are compatible with Windows Vista. Newly added features include a new and redesigned Windows interface with new task bar, a multi touch support, improvements in performance and a home networking system known as Home Group. Some previous applications which were accessible with older version of Microsoft Windows such as Windows movie maker, Windows photo gallery and Windows calendar will not be on hand with this version; however, you can get them separately as part of the Windows Live Suite.

Microsoft Windows 7 exists in 6 different editions, but in most countries only Home Premium, Ultimate and Professional versions are presented for retail sale. Most of the other editions aim at the entrepreneurship market for enterprise use. Each edition is comprehensive of all features and capabilities of the edition lower than it, and with exclusion of the most basic version, each supports 32 bit as well as 64 bit processor architecture.

Windows 7 Home Premium is one of three most bought versions of Windows 7 that Microsoft has devised for the mid to high end market segment. It is the first Windows 7 edition that comes with all fundamental features included. Windows 7 Home Premium contains all the features of both the Starter and Home Basic edition and gets rid of all the limitations these offer. The additional feature set includes Home Group Join and Create, Full Windows Aero support, Multi-Touch, Premium Games, and Windows Media Center Aero Glass, Media Center, DVD playback and authoring. 

It is practically straightforward to upgrade from Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium or from a 32-bit version of Windows Vista to a 32-bit version of Windows 7. The procedure involves inserting the appropriate Microsoft Windows 7 installation disc, running the setup program, and choosing the “Upgrade” installation option. An Upgrade is the easiest type of installation and will preserve your files, settings, and programs.

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This article was published on 2011/05/16