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If you have Windows XP then upgrading to Windows 7 will be more of a chore than upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7. ...
Windows XP users can only upgrade to Windows 7. In this installation overview, Michael "Doctor File Finder" Callahan lets us know what we're in store for. Watch this series to learn all you need to know about upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7.
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Hi, this is Michael E. Callahan Dr. File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com special series on upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7.
If you look on the internet you’ll find all kinds of information about upgrading from XP to Windows 7 and we are going to show you in this series of tutorials the easiest, most comfortable way to find out if your PC can run Windows 7, to find out whether your processor is 32 byte or 64 byte and that will use through the process step by step.
So upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7 is not easy because they clean and install. But we’ll need to get the windows upgraded visor to see if you are capable of running Windows 7, get the program securable. Just test your processor, get all the programs you use all the time because your programs will not be migrated they will need to be reinstalled. Back-up all of your data and an image of your XP drive might be even better and then decide if you’re going to do a dual boot instead and keep your XP partition and create a new Windows 7 partition. Use Microsoft easy transfer to transfer over some settings and so we will download that or if you want to start completely fresh install all new programs, install all of your new settings and start Windows 7 fresh.
So inn this series we are going to walk it through all of this different options. Keep your mind that this is a multiple part series and be sure to watch all of the parts.