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With all the important housekeeping taken care of, we're now ready to begin the actual upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows ...
7. If you've followed along with this tutorial series and looked after all the backup, defragmenting and cleaning up, the process of upgrading Windows Vista to Windows 7 will be a piece of cake. And who among us doesn't like cake?
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Hi, this is Michael Callahan doctor file finder and welcome back to our special Butterscotch series on upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7. In this segment which a part where we’re going to be ready to install Windows 7. We've clean up our PC, defragmenter got everything ready to go.
So the first thing we have to do is push in our Windows 7 discs into the DVD drive. That should spin up all by itself. If for some reason it doesn’t there are comments in the show notes to tell you how to get the DVD drive to run the disc. So at the moment here the Windows 7 disc will spin up and present a dialog Windows so we just wait for that.
So here we go, here's our dialog window. There's an option there to check compatibility online. But the purpose of this tutorial we’re going to assume that you’ve already checked the compatibility before you enough and purchase the Windows 7 upgrade disc. So we’re going to click on install those seven type screen and you can see that set up its copying temporary files. All right, with the temporary files copied set up is starting.
Now the length of the installation upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7 will very depending on the size of your hard drive, the amount of memory you have and other factors. So now we get presented with some options we want to go online get the latest update, which is recommended. For the purpose of this tutorial we’re going to that get the latest updates I'm going to install it and I want to also to me Windows installation better so I check that box and I click here.
Now we have to agree to the license terms which its always wise to read and click next. Now, do we want to do a custom installation or an upgrade? We were talking about doing an upgrade, so we click there. It telling us here that the one thing that won’t happen is that Windows of Vista ultimate extras have been discontinues or won’t be available in Windows 7, and that’s okay and we click next.
So now, the very familiar screen that anyone whose install vista it’s copying Windows files that that will be gathering files, settings and programs expanding files installing features and updates, transferring settings and programs. Once again, I want to repeat that the three version of Windows Vista that can upgrade are the only three that migrate your programs, settings and data with all other installations of other version to Windows Vista and Windows XP we need to do a clean install.
So the installation is going along we’re now at 10%. I'm going to continue this in the next segment. Keep remind this is a multiple part series so be sure you watch all of the parts.