It is not an uphill task to upgrade the computer from Windows Vista to Windows 7. It can be completed effortlessly. In the beginning, we should keep in mind that either the upgrade can be done manually or through software. If we go with the option to update the Windows manually, we will need to explore the application types in Windows Vista are not compatible with Windows 7. Once we are done, we will require two software, i.e., Upgrade Advisor for Windows 7 and Windows Vista service pack. The upgrade advisor usually determines the incompatible versions which won’t run on Windows 7. It is essential that both these software applications are used during the update process as one determines the updates that need to be done while the other determines the software which will be incompatible with Windows 7 and the updater will not be able to use them.
Let’s say if someone is updating Windows Vista on a workers machine; he should be fully aware of the current version or else the update won’t be possible, and it will be difficult. It could also be possible that the installer might show unexpected error. Once they are done getting familiarity with the Windows Vista version, they need to check the service pack which is essential for the upgrade. Once the service installs, the upgrade advisor for Windows 7 will be necessary. One can also use Upgrade Advisor for Windows 7 from the vendor’s website. The Microsoft website is a reliable source. Once the download and installation process completes, quickly initiate upgrade advisor for Windows 7. An individual shouldn’t ignore any suggestions or requirements which the installer might display that needs to be fulfilled. If any requirements are to be met, those should be met. After this, they can complete the update in little time.
Spector, L. (2012). Best Way to Upgrade Vista to Windows 7. Retrieved from http://www.pcworld.com/article/247401/best_way_to_upgrade_vista_to_windows_7.html