If you are using Microsoft’s Windows Vista Home Premium, there are chances, you would like to upgrade to Windows 7. Since, Windows Vista basic or home premium cannot be upgraded to profession of ultimate versions of Windows 7, the only choice left for you in an Upgrade from Windows Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium.
Windows 7 Geek
The blog tries to cover all the recent activity and update around the globe for Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System.
Microsoft is reigning over the world of computer and none can defy this fact and with Windows 7, the company has gained a momentum, which would be almost impossible for any other company to surpass in next few years. It seems, with Windows 7, a screenplay of Microsoft’s Pride and Prejudice is staged.
Facing problem in logging in Windows Vista or Windows 7… to cope with this issue, you have called your tech support service provider but received no reply from his side. For such odd times, you must know how to handle with such issues.
You have got Windows 7 upgrade on your computer but not sure whether some old programs which were compatible with last version of your operating system would be compatible with new one or not. Few may be compatible with your brand new Windows 7 or few may be not.
Many users who upgrade to Windows 7 will notice that the good old directories and file structure from Windows XP and back is missing in action. While frustrating to some, it is a giant step forward in better handling of data.
Of course many people will have older computers that may not be a good candidate for upgrading. How do you know if your current computer has the necessary requirements?
Being the technical geek that I am, I've given Windows 7 the proverbial shakedown cruise to see what I was going to be up against at work when we start getting the new PC's.I'll admit, I was not expecting much: my enthusiasm being shot down in flames by the Vista rollout had me very skeptical about Microsoft's direction and vision when it came to operating systems.
Some of the time we get in a situation where we do not want to display the installed programme to be visible there in a add or remove programme group. Here a step by step guide that will make you hid a programme from add/remove group in Windows Vista.
Yes, it is possible to Speed Up Your Slow Windows 7 and Windows Vista without upgrading Random Access Memory (RAM). In Windows Vista and Windows 7 it has become possible with the help of ReadyBoost feature.
Until now, you were happy with your Windows Vista but great reviews of Windows 7 have tempted you to upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft’s Windows Operating System. But, you do not want to buy a brand new version of Windows 7 and looking for a cost-effective substitute (How to Buy Windows 7 on a Discounted Price).