Join Steve Fullmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Installation methods, part of Learning Windows 7.
- We've talked about the various editions…or versions of Windows 7…and we've talked about the hardware requirements…that you need before you can install a Windows 7 system…and we just wrapped talking about the difference…between a clean installation,…a upgrade in place and a migration.…Let's take that thought a little bit further…and talk about Windows 7 installation methods.…Now, there's an actual course, Windows,…Microsoft official curriculum 6294…that talks about customizing and managing…Windows 7 images and looking at the various installation…or deployment methods in far more depth.…
This lesson is really just an overview…of the concepts that you will need to understand…how to make clean decisions regarding…your installation of a new Windows 7 edition…in your environment.…We have talked before about the ability…to either use DVD's or network or USB.…The big decision factor on that is…when you have a new system or hardware system,…Windows 7 supports either BIOS or UEFI,…the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface…
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