Upgrading the Windows operating system can be uneventful if you follow some simple procedures. In this video, you’ll learn how to upgrade Windows XP to Windows Vista, and you’ll see what happens when drivers aren’t available after an upgrade is complete. << Previous Video: Installing Windows 2000Next: Post-Installation Tasks >>
You’ve got a Windows XP computer, and you’re working on upgrading to Windows Vista. Your Windows XP computer has 384 MB of RAM, 100 GB of free disk space, and the processor runs at 1 GHz. Does your computer have the proper hardware requirements to run Windows Vista?
The Windows Vista operating system takes a departure from previous Windows versions with a streamlined installation process. In this video, we’ll take you from beginning to end with a clean install of Windows Vista on one of our virtual machines.
You’ve been asked to upgrade a computer running Windows XP to Windows Vista. The computer has an 800 MHz processor, 512 MB of RAM, 10 gigabytes of available hard drive space, and VGA graphics. Will this computer run Windows Vista?
The operating system is the fundamental software component of any computer. In this video, you’ll learn the fundamentals of operating systems and the requirements for Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 2000.