Thursday, August 13, 2009

Plan to Upgrade to Windows 7

Do you plan on upgrading to Windows 7? I think the first question you have is whether your personal computer has the right specs to run the latest operating system of Microsoft. If you are running Windows Vista, chances are your computer can run Windows 7. If you are however, running Windows XP, you would need to look at your specs and determine it’s readiness for the newest operating system from Microsoft.


The basic requirements for Windows 7 are as follows:

1. 1 GHz of computing power, either 32-bit or 64-bit would do

2. 1 GB of memory for 32-bit and 2 GB of memory for 64-bit

3. 16 GB available hard disk space for 32-bit and 20GB for 64-bit

4. DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver

The features above is enough to run the basic functionalities of Windows 7.

Other features you want to use for Windows 7 requires additional resources across memory, hard disk space, graphics power, etc.

Post from: Windows Vista Weblog

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