Thursday, 22 October 2009

Windows 7 upgrade

Microsoft's new Windows 7, which goes on sale Thursday, has already scored points for being a better operating system than Vista because it's easier to use and control.

There are a variety of upgrade options, priced from $120 for Home Premium — the version most consumers are likely to want — to $220 for the Ultimate version. (If you're purchasing the full version, the costs range from $200 for Home Premium to $320 for the full version.)

Microsoft has also updated their software Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor two days ago. Consumers organizations advice to use it before upgrading especially if you still use Windows XP.

Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor is a tool that runs on Windows XP and Windows Vista.

It can be used to audit the computer system to find out if it is compatible with Microsoft’s latest operating system Windows 7.

To do that the program will scan the computer system’s hardware and software for compatibility issues. It also offers guidance and explains how to overcome these issues to make the system compatible with Windows 7.

The program needs to be installed before it can be used to audit the system. A scan takes less than a minute to complete.

You can read more details about these subject from:

=> NPR

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