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Does changing Windows XP for Windows 7 affect the information fund on my PC?

10/28/2011 09:21 by maxkitty

Hi. Most of my friends have laptops with Windows 7. They say its great and that it is much faster than Windows Vista and Windows XP. I would like to change from Windows XP to Windows 7. Does the chang affect the information and the programs found in the computer? I need your help please!!

Thanks a lot!
First answer posted by JPhillippy at 10/28/2011 09:22
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  • Installing Windows 7 on a computer will COMPLETEY erase the hard drive (to upgrade u need Vista) and of course you will have to REINSTALL ALL THE DRIVERS SOME OF YOUR COMPONENTS may not work.
    Windows 7 is a tiny faster than Vista BUT NOT XP...
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