Step-by-Step: Windows 7 Upgrade and Migration for Beta

If you’re contemplating about installing the RC of Windows 7 or wondering how to upgrade in the future, this article(http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd446674.aspx) is a must read.

It covers the following scenarios:

  • Upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7. This scenario provides steps to upgrade a computer that is currently running Windows Vista to Windows 7. You can also use these steps to upgrade to a more recent build of Windows 7.
  • Migrate files and settings to a new computer. This scenario provides steps to migrate files and settings from a computer running Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 to a new computer running Windows 7.
  • Upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7. This scenario provides steps to upgrade a computer that is running Windows XP to Windows 7 by migrating files and settings to the new operating system.

Another blog which you should follow, is “Engineering Windows 7” I’d say this blog is a must read for all those interested in Windows 7, it covers so much about Windows 7 internals, it’s plain wonderful.

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Sanjay Shetty is currently putting the finishing touches on his book, the Brand Advocacy quick start guide, which covers his framework for building a brand advocacy program. He blogs at http://www.sanjayshetty.com
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