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If anyone does not have the version (101,60) beta of the RTM of Windows 7, you can download the part for download the files (ISO) from http://www.upgrade-windows.com. You do not need to download (103,59) or (103,60) to see the UI, it will simply be there on the system bus. This is a new upgrade method that has been introduced by Microsoft.
If you're not comfortable with a Windows RTM, then you can download a copy of Windows 7 Pro. After you've got the ISO, you just execute it in a flash drive, then boot from it. It looks very similar to Windows 7 Home Premium, but it's also Windows 7 Professional, it has enterprise-grade hardware support options; is suitable for] your home or small business needs when compared to the Home Premium edition.
It is actually a pretty clean experience. It does have some downsides we'll get to, later on, but it's very easy to set up, and it will work with much of your desktop apps and drivers. The worst part may be some of the new Metro apps that Microsoft has crammed into it, like Skype and Twitter.
I have a Dell inspiron e1505 laptop which had a Windows VISTA Home Edition before. I loaded it Win 7 just to check it working condition. Since this software was not activated I decided to load Windows XP. But i couldn't find the Win XP software. Then i went the format option at Dell website and format the hard drive. After this i started to repaire the laptop and now the Win XP software can be found by me. But then the restore option ask me to restore the files or install a new Operating system. I don't know what I should do now. Please help me....
Watch for frequent releases of Windows XP and VISTA software. If the included drivers don't work for your computer, look for the software that includes the Windows Device Definition (WDD) files you need to use plug-and-play devices. If the virtual machine isn't booting, then the Hyper-V settings aren't correct for the virtual machine.
Now you're ready to reboot the machine. After Windows XP starts, install VirtualBox and load your XP CD. If everything is successful, you should be greeted by a start menu. Only before you get in the way, know this: If you've made all of this complicated only to be greeted by the Windows XP sign-in screen, then you'll need to upgrade to the full Windows XP. After that, install VirtualBox again to try the Windows VISTA. Once you get past that hurdle, you'll be able to boot into VISTA and Windows 7 in your Virtual machine. Just be grateful that the world isn't all awash in purple pools of Windows. 7211a4ac4a