For those of you who have been paying attention to the latest news regarding Windows 7, you will know that Microsoft has just released a chart/guide on how users should upgrade to Windows 7 from Vista:
As you can see, it is by no means an easy to interpret diagram with plenty of meaningless technical jargon. So the folks at DownloadSquad has come up with the below in return, a much more simpler and understandable guide on how to choose the appropriate OS upgrade for your system.
Got a spare netbook and some spare time? If you’ve been hooked up into the latest trend of downloading Windows 7 RC and testing it out, then it looks like here’s an opportunity to do the same, but on your netbook. John from Gizmodo has written a nice post on how you can install the recently released Windows 7 RC on just about any netbook.
The main problem encountered so far has been the fact that netbooks don’t have a disc drive and their small capacity SSDs don’t offer much help neither. The solution you’ll see if you hit the link below is that you’ll need to boot from a USB drive of at least 4GB of free memory and do make sure that your netbook has at least 8GB free from its SSD!
By the way, you’ll need to have already downloaded a copy of Windows 7 RC before you can begin!
Sotec (Onkyo) C101K3W, powered by Intel Atom N270 CPU (1.60GHz), 1GB of RAM, Intel 945GSE Express and 120GB of HDD is the latest Hello Kitty Limited Edition netbook which kei from Akihabara recently got a chance to review.