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You usually don't notice them until you go looking for them, but Windows 7 comes with a number of support tools. This excerpt from William R. Stanek's Windows 7 Administrator's Pocket Consultant wil...
Answered by blackbear : Oct 06 2009 06:17 AM
I just did such an upgrade. Be aware that there is really no "upgrade" path from XP to Windows 7, you need to do a full install. If you used NTFS under XP, the install can run without a re... full answer >