Ok, you have Windows 7, either the 32 or 64 bit version and looked over the new features and either burned the image to disk or set it up on a 4 gig memory stick and are ready to jump in the deep end and install Windows 7.
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WordPad can now read and write both the Word 2007-compatible Office Open XML file format but also the OpenDocument specification that IBM and Sun have been advocating.
Right click on an .ISO image (from Windows Explorer) and select "open with" and you'll see the "Windows disk image burning tool" option to burn the image to a blank disc - - without installing additional software.
If you have an application open on your desktop and you want to open a
* Download UNetbootin tool (free) from here: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/pro...indows-357.exe
* Run the tool, and browse to your Windows 7 ISO image file and click OK and select the drive letter of your USB.
Thatâ€™s all! It takes about 15 minutes to finish.
(Remember the boot sequence in your bios must be set to use the USB first.)
Advantages: You can delete ei.cfg and it will install any version, (home,
Hello, whoever reads this... if anyone. I'm the former publisher of a newsletter I sent to subscribers for over 9 years. It was called Cracktalk.
I've been testing Windows 7 and keeping notes of my tips and tweaks. I'll start posting one or two a day... so here goes... #1..
1. Windows Internal Tools
Windows 7 has over 280 tools that enable you to customize your system. This
trick will setup an easy to navigate list to directly access them all.
I must say, I'm easy when it comes to operating systems. I was lucky enough to get into the Windows Vista, and subsequently, Windows 7, Beta testing. I therefore had the advantage of not having to dig to deep into my pocket to examine the OSâ€™s. Although my preference is Windows in all flavours.I try others, and they all have their advantages. My desktop dual boots Windows 7, 32 and 64 Bit. I experimented with a Linux server, as it has less overheads. I got no further than the