Lightning at the speed of sound

You are installing Windows XP Professional in an older PC, but you’re not sure the system specifications will support the minimum XP requirements. The computer has a 233 MHz processor, 64 MB of RAM, 1 GB of free disk space, and an SVGA video display. Which one of these specifications does not meet the minimum requirements for Windows XP Professional?

The upgrade needs something else

One of your associates has brought you an old computer for you to install a clean version of Windows XP. The computer has a 200 MHz processor, 64 MB of RAM, a 20 GB hard drive, and a video card that only supports 800×600 resolution. Which of these hardware specifications do not meet the minimum requirements of Windows XP Professional?

Find the way

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?

How can you upgrade Windows XP?

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?

CompTIA A+ 220-701: 3.3 – Upgrading Windows

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 >>