I have 2 CD’s of questions and your answers that are “years” old. Are you still producing
these consolidated Q & A CD’s.
Major reason for this is to ask question in an opposite of one you answered on today’s msg.
that was about installing XP on a Windows 7 computer. Now what about the opposite.
I have a computer with XP.. can I install Win 7 on it along with the XP?
Now that my questions and answers are available online at www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions I have not been producing the CDs.
Now for your other question:
It is possible to install Windows 7 on a computer that is currently running XP. If you do it correctly, you will have the choice when you first start the computer to boot into either the old version of Windows (xp) or the new version.
Before you get started though, you need to find out if the hardware on your XP computer is powerful enough to support Windows 7. Microsoft has a list of minimum requirements at:
Remember that these are minimum requirements. I would make sure that the computer has more than the minimum if you want it to run well.
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