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Windows 7 can be installed by a variety of methods although the one we are interested here is the 'Clean Install' method.
This method can cause anxiety due to the 'Bios' changes that are used especially if the user is unfamiliar with entering the Bios and making changes.
I must add that not all Bios's are the same and yours may look very different to the one you see in the screenshot but just take your time and look at each individual setting or category until you see something similar
Updated 02-21-2010 at 07:28 AM by kemical
Get away from the browser wars: How to uninstall IE6 in XP, which has become obsolete, and update to the latest Internet Explorer or Firefox.
Hello there, this is Mike from Windows 7 Forums. I am just here to notify you about a problem we've identified with Internet Explorer 6 when browsing Windows7Forums.com. We have known about this problem for some time. Several weeks ago, we upgraded our forum software to vBulletin 4.0.
Updated 02-18-2010 at 03:40 AM by Mike
Proof of concept demonstration: Some have stated it is not possible to upgrade from XP to Windows 7. Here is the one way to do it.
Hello again, and welcome to another tutorial from Windows7Forums.com. This tutorial is a little special; it's a little different from most. What we plan on doing is proving a proof of concept to update and upgrade Windows XP Professional to Windows 7. How this is done is quite complex, but it is in
Updated 02-15-2010 at 11:59 AM by Mike
With the introduction of Windows Vista, a new type of security feature was added to Windows called User Account Control. User Account Control prommpts the user any time a serious change may be made to the computer. If an application requires administrator privileges, or is even asked to run, a User Account Control dialogue box usually appears.
Many users, familiar with Windows XP, but who, ironically, complained about the lax