Now that you’re running the Windows operating system, what happens when it’s time to upgrade? In this video, you’ll learn about upgrading Windows and the options you’ll have to upgrade to Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
How does Windows organize files and folders? In this video, you’ll learn about referencing storage devices, folders, and individual files in Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
Windows Vista was the successor to Windows XP, and it included a number of enhancements and user interface changes. In this video, you’ll learn about the editions and installation requirements of Windows Vista.
One of your associates is using Windows Vista Ultimate, but she is experiencing poor performance and slowdowns. She is using a laptop with a 1 GHz processor, 512 MB of RAM, and 40 GB of free disk space. Which of these would be true about this configuration?
What is the recommended video RAM requirement for Windows Vista Business?
You’re currently running Windows XP Home, and you’d like to run Windows Vista Ultimate. Assuming your hardware is sufficient to run Windows Vista Ultimate, what’s the best way of moving from XP Home to Vista Ultimate?
The upgrade process from Windows Vista to Windows 7 can be a seamless process if you prepare before the upgrade. In this video, you’ll learn about Windows 7 upgrade paths, how you can check your computer prior to the upgrade, and how to install Windows 7 with the best upgrade options.
You’re planning an in-place upgrade from your existing Windows XP Professional system to Windows Vista Ultimate. Which one of these methods can be used to perform this upgrade?
You’re planning to upgrade from Windows Vista Home Basic to Windows Vista Home Premium. How much additional memory is recommended for this upgrade?
You need to confirm that a recent memory upgrade to a Windows Vista computer is working properly. Where can you find the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool?