If you want to install Windows 7 but keep your existing operating system intact, then a dual-boot installation is for you. In this video, you’ll learn how to perform a dual-boot installation and how to configure the Windows Boot Configuration with bcdedit.
One of the most fundamental Windows 7 installation methods is to install the operating system on an empty hard drive without any upgrade or dual-boot requirements. In this video, you’ll perform a clean installation from beginning to end and learn how configuration files can completely automate the installation process.
Most of us are accustomed to installing new software from a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM, but Windows 7 can be installed from many other sources. In this video, you’ll learn about Windows 7 installation sources and how you can create a bootable USB flash drive and a Windows PE boot disk.
If you’re planning a rollout of Windows 7, then you’ll need to know what each Windows 7 edition includes and what kind of hardware requirements you’ll need. In this video, you’ll learn what’s included with all six Windows 7 editions, and you’ll find out how much memory and disk space you’ll need to get them installed and running efficiently.