Updating from xp to window 7

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We explain how to install Windows 7 on a laptop or PC running Windows XP.First download and run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor to check whether your current system can successfully run Windows 7.Most PCs that run XP should run Windows 7, but the Upgrade Advisor will tell you for sure. If you can run Windows 7, you need to purchase the software.Because XP to Windows 7 (or Windows 8) is not a single-step upgrade, you'll need to do a fresh install, so you need a full copy of Windows 7.

You can upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7, but not from XP to 7.MSN default homepage & Bing default search engine Microsoft wants to make your web and search experience better.Set your homepage to to check out the latest news, entertainment and sports each day and turn your searching into doing with Bing.For more, see How to upgrade to Windows 8.1 and How to upgrade to Windows 8.) Before you install Windows 7 on your XP system, you need to back up all of your data, and all of your programs.Windows 7 will in effect wipe and reinstall your system, so everything on it will be lost unless you save it.Anybody still using XP will be stuck with the OS as it stands on that final day, and you can expect any security vulnerabilities subsequently discovered to be ruthlessly targeted.

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