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Kamis, 29 Oktober 2015


Microsoft Windows 7 has been launched into the market, and many received a positive response, praise with the features offered. Microsoft claim this is the best Windows operating system ever made.
Here are some useful tips and tricks about Windows 7.
(TIPS 1) HOW TO INSTALL WINDOWS 7 (with a custom installation)
The following tutorial explains the installation steps of Windows 7. If you are still using Windows XP, then select Custom Installation of Windows 7 and do not use the Upgrade option. Upgrade option is only used if you have previously installed the Windows 7 (the version of Windows 7 Windows 7 Beta or RC).
Step by step install of Windows 7

* Select diatara 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7 cd installation, depending on your decision to install 32bit/64bit Windows 7 on your PC.
* Run anti-virus program to clean the virus. Then turn off anti-virus program. (This step is only optional / optional, you can ignore it if it was not necessary).
* Prepare a 25-character Windows Product Key. It can be seen on the installation CD packaging or via e-mail confirmation when buying or download Windows 7 online.

How to install Windows 7?
The following installation steps Windows 7:

* Turn on the computer and boot into Windows XP. Enable Internet connection on a PC to download updates during the installation process.
* Insert the DVD installer Windwos 7 on DVD ROM, and Windows 7 setup will be activated immediately. If not, click on Start - My Computer and open the DVD drive Windows 7 installation, and then double-click the file setup.exe. If you do not have a Windows installation disk, because buying online, then open the installation file.
* On the Install Windows page, click Install now
* On page Get Important updates for installation, make sure you get the latest updates to help smooth installation. You need to be connected to the Internet to download updates, but if there is no Internet was still able to install properly, although the online update is strongly recommended.
* On page Please read the license terms, read and approve / accept license terms and click Next.
* On the Which type of installation do you Want?, Click Custom.
* Select the partition / partition containing Windows XP (mostly using Drive C:) and then click Next. Be sure not to choose external USB hard drives.
* The BOC Windows.old dialog, click OK and continue to follow the instructions to complete installation of Windows 7, including the naming of computers and setting up the initial user account (initial user account.) Note: You can use the same name with the name you use in Windows XP, or choose a new name.

 (TIPS 2) Restore / RETURN to the original position FILE-FILE AND SETTING / SETTINGS IN WINDOWS 7
If you want to restore computer files and settings in Windows 7 after upgrading from Windows XP or Windows Vista, then use the Windows Easy Transfer and follow the steps below. But with a note that before doing this, you first have to process Transfer Computer Files and settings from Windows XP or Vista, use Windows Easy Transfer.
How to restore files and settings in Windows 7 after upgrading XP or Vista?
Also note that step restore files and settings can also be done in Windows XP using Windows Easy Transfer.

* First you connect the external hard drive or other data storage media that contains the Windows Easy Transfer migration file, to your computer.
* Start Windows Easy Transfer, to restore the files and programs that should be.
* Browse to the location on the External Hard Drive, where you save a file called Easy Transfer Windows Easy Transfer (or other name as the name you provide) and double-click on the file
* Enter the password / password if Easy Transfer files protected by password, then click Next.
* On the page Choose what to transfer to this computer, you can specify how user accounts from Windows XP you will be transferred to Windows 7.
o In order to account mapping, click Transfer.
o To change the mapping of Windows XP account on Windows 7, click Advanced Options.
* On Your page transfer is complete, click See what was Transferred to view the list of users and files that have been moved from Windows XP to Windows 7. Click See a list of programs you Might Want To install on your new computer to see what had previously been installed on Windows XP.
* Click Close. When prompted to restart the computer, click Restart now.

When you transfer more than one user account, you will get a warning to change the password the next time you log on. If getting the warning, click OK, and the dialog box that appears, do the following:

* If you want to give the password for the user (recommended), type the new password, type it, and press Enter. No need to type the old password from Windows XP.
* If you do not want to use a password, leave the box blank and press Enter charging