How To Upgrade To Windows 7 From Windows Vista
If you are trying to find a way to upgrade to Windows 7 from Windows Vista, then simply follow the 6-steps below and you will be able to do it all by yourself.
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Steps to Upgrade to Windows 7 from Windows Vista
STEP 1 Start Setup
The first step is to insert the DVD into the drive and start the setup for upgrade.
STEP 2 Copy Files
Now it is time to click on the â¬ËInstall now' option in the Windows 7 set up and the set up will start copying the files required for installation. In the â¬ËGet important updates for installation't page, try and get the latest updates for the security of your system.
STEP 3 Accept license terms
Now the licensing page appears. Just accept the license terms, click â¬ËI accept the license terms,' and then click â¬ËNext.'
STEP 4 Upgrade
In the next step, click â¬ËUpgrade' on the â¬ËWhich type of installation do you want?' page if you want to upgrade from existing installation.
STEP 5 Checking
Here, the installation checks for compatibility for upgrade and gives an error report if any installed applications is not compatible with Windows 7. In such a case, you will need to uninstall the programs before you start the upgrade.
STEP 6 Start upgrading
Now the upgrading process starts. Just follow the steps on the screen to configure final Windows 7.
We have used the installation DVD for Windows 7 upgrade from Windows Vista as per your requirement. We recommend that you check the security settings of the newly installed Windows 7 and install antivirus software to protect your PC from external threats.
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