Is it safe to use Windows 7 Loader?
In Windows 7
Yes. Some antivirus programs may wrongly detect it as a virus, but it is not.
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the loader of practically all computers EXCEPT MAC is dos. for mac it is lunix(unix)
Both yes and no. Yes: It does have to be purchased if you want to buy the installation disks located within a Windows 7 CD/DVD case from Walmart, TARGET, Meijer (only found in the Midwest ), BEST BUY, HHGREGG CIRCUIT CITY. No: You can go to Softpedia and download the Windows 7 Beta … from there. The Windows 7 Beta will delete all of your XP files or Vista files (depending on whether you have XP or Vista) and install Windows 7. (NOTE: You need a blank re-writable DVD-RW disk in order to installl the Windows 7 Beta.) OR you can download Virtual Clone Drive and install it using that program instead of using a blank rewritable DVD-RW disk. (MORE)
Format the Drive with NTFS using a Vista computer (or Win7) . go into disk manager and set the Pen drive to Active . Then just copy the whole DVD to the Pendrive. . then you can boot from it (on most USB 2.0 computers)
inCD install directory (C:\Program Files\Nero\Nero 7\InCD) contains (between others) these files: InCD.exe, InCDL.exe, InCDsrv.exe, NBHGui.exe. I marked all of them (properties / compatibility) in the mood of compatibility with Windows Vista SP2. And InCD seems to be working well for me (tested on W…7 32). (MORE)
windows7 loader is a program that will make a non-genuine copyof Windows 7 activated permanently. Windows 7 RTM UltimateActivation with OEM Information This activator works only for RTM ULTIMATE (Retail and OEM Edition) It does NOT work on Ultimate 'E' (European) Edition. Tested and working on both… x86 and x64. Works in Virtual Environment. Works with dual-boot No key is needed for install or activation. The activation adds the OEM master key for you. Select your OEM Information No BIOS modification needed. It has no boot text. Uses OEM SLP method. Supports SLIC and non-SLIC enabled BIOS: Emulate a SLIC 2.1 enabled BIOS on a PC without SLIC 2.1 present... Use 'Install 7Loader' to install the certificate & key toactivate offline... (MORE)
Yes, you can use Windows Mail in Windows 7 but there are some things you need to do first to get it working. The Windows 7 Windows Mail program file is not active, so Windows Mail will not run from this file. So what you need to do is to delete the Windows Mail program file for Windows 7. And repl…ace it with the Windows Vista Windows Mail program file. The Windows Mail program file in Windows 7 is locked, and if you try to delete the file, Windows won't let you do it. So you need to download Unlocker which unlocks and deletes any program file. Then simply delete the Windows Mail program file using Unlocker and empty the Recycle Bin. Then download and install the Windows Mail program file for Windows Vista.Or if you have a Windows Vista computer you can transfer the Windows Mail program file from your Windows Vista computer to your Windows 7 computer. Once you have got the Windows Mail program file from Windows Vista onto Windows 7,unzip and extract the files to Programs on C drive. And that's it. Windows Mail is installed and will now work on Windows 7. The download links are for Windows Mail. The first link is the Windows Mail zip installer file that will install Windows Mail on Windows 7. The second link is registry key to set Windows Mail as the default program on Windows 7. Windows Mail will then appear in the default programs menu along with your other Windows programs. And the third download link is the registry key to enable the Windows Mail splash screen if it becomes disabled. (MORE)
I am not able to view my Boot loader screen today after I installed Windows Xp Sp3 in another partition Earlier I could select either Windows Xp-sp2 Windows 7-32bit or Windows 7-64bit?
I had the exact same problem with my own computer. Apparently, Windows 7 doesn't work that well with Windows XP's boot loader (when dual booting). I solved the problem (well...sort of) by booting into my Windows 7 partition, Installing EasyBCD (http://neosmart.net/dl.php?id=1) and adding Windows XP …to the boot loader again. The only thing is that when ever I boot into Xp (which is rare now) and then shut down, the Windows 7 boot loader is erased an I have to recover the computer with the Install DVD. The Windows Boot Loader begin erased may or may not happen to you, but it may Best of luck with it, ~Dex1010 (MORE)
As long as the computer meets the system requirements for Windows 7, and you are able to locate drivers for all of your hardware, yes.
Parents get a chance to control their children with Windows 7 Windows 7 allows you to filter web and permits you to block certain websites and file downloads. You can exactly specify the logging time which enable the user to log on to the computer at the mentioned time only and by setting limit…s your child can't play or use computer beyond limits. It also allows you to specify the games the user can play, you can also block the access of the programs which you don't want the user have access to. . Monitoring and reporting capabilities are the most interesting of the parental control in Windows 7 Resource: http://windows7.iyogi.net/features/security-features/parental-get-a-chance-to-control-their-children-with-windows-7 (MORE)
The 32-bit systems are limited to 3GB. The 64-bit can handle 24GB (that's the highest I've seen on a computer - the Maingear Shift) although where its actual limit is I don't know.
You have to go to the Nexon or Maplestory folder and you will see a Game launcher. Put it on destop and name it Maplestory, then click on it and you will play. Do not click the one that says >Go to Website
Windows 7 cannot be used on multiple computers. The license is onlygood for one computer unless you buy a corporate license whichallows you to install it on multiple computers.
You must download the web browser from Mozilla's official page, install it and run the .exe file. The use is pretty much same as any other web browser.
Answer: Yes, and it's called Dualbooting. The steps to create a dualboot system with WindowsXP, Vista and/or Windows7 are too detailed to list here, but here are the basic steps. First you need to divide the hard drive into two logical sectors (sections) 1. Using the Windows Disk management progra…m, shrink the original partition 2. Create a new partition large enough to install the second Windows OS 3. Insert the Windows CD which you intend to instsll 4. Logoff and restart your computer (make sure the CD drive is bootable) Install other version of Windows 5. Install the second version of Windows on the new partition which you just created (likely will be E or F) Make absolutely sure that you choose the Correct Partition before installing the second version of Windows. You don't want to overwrite the existing partitiion. 6. Once installing the second Windows version (this takes at least 45min) the system will restart and you should be presented with an option of choosing between two versions of Windows * These are only the very basic steps to take to Dualbooting. Do a Google search for more in-depth steps. Particularly when it comes to partitioning your hard drive correctly or data loss can occur (MORE)
There are two ways you can do this. Assuming you can get into your computer, you can set it up to automatically reboot in Safe. 1. Press and hold the Windows key + R to execute "Run" 2. Type "MSCONFIG" without quotes, press enter 3. Open the second tab: "Boot" 4. Find the "Boot Options" b…ox (just under the "Advanced" button") 5. Tick the "Safe boot" checkbox 6. Click "Apply", then "OK" 7. Restart Windows 7 as you normally would. This will automatically start Windows 7 in Safe Mode. REMEMBER TO GO THROUGH THE ABOVE PROCESS TO REMOVE THE SAFE BOOT OPTION, ONCE YOU'RE DONE, OR YOU WILL CONTINUE TO START UP IN SAFE MODE! The second method is infinitely easier, but it requires a little bit of precision timing, to pull it it off. 1. Start your computer 2. After the Manufacturer's screen splash, press "F8" 3. Enure you do this before the "Starting Windows" splash comes up. 4. This will bring up the OS's "Boot Options" 5. Select "Safe Mode" 6. If you need Internet while in safe, select "Safe Mode with Networking". Unlike the first method, this will launch the OS in Safe Mode only when you press F8 to access boot options; when you restart Windows 7, it will launch normally. You may need a couple of tries to get your timing right, between the manufacturer's screen, and the "Starting Windows" splash. -Josh (MORE)
No, Windows 7 CANNOT be used on any computer. Windows 7 can only be used on computers that have 3 gigabytes (gigs) of RAM.
I am pretty sure there is a site called microsoft technet or something that can tell you.
If you look at your task bar, you will see an icon that looks like a couple of file folders. click on that and it will open the windows explorer for windows 7. alternatively if you right click on the start menu button, there will be the option to open windows explorer. but clicking the icon mentione…d above will bring about the same result. (MORE)
Yes! Windows 7 can be used on an Apple computer by using Boot Camp. Very detailed instructions are available on Apple's website, as well as the download for Boot Camp. Note also that you need a valid Windows DVD, which can cost upwards of 100 dollars.
Use Microsoft Virtual PC (it's free and can be download together with image of XP from Microsoft's website), it allows you run applications created for Windows XP under Seven.
Seven uses NTFS, FAT, and FAT32 that I know of. If you are formatting a hard drive, use NTFS. If you are formatting a memory card or usb drive use FAT32.
Yes, I would suggest installing Linux last, makes it so you don't have to reinstall grub/grub2/lilo
Drag one window to the left and another to the right. They will snap in to place using half the screen.
Absolutely ! I've been using OpenOffice on this Windows 7 computer ever since I bought it. It works perfectly.
go to F11 on our computer once you restart it or go to safe mode like you put it on
I'm not sure what you mean. But Windows installation disks have all required software to start and proceed with installation or any other activity.
Operating systems including Windows 7 do not "care" about router you have. It means that any router will work just fine as far as you have established connection. Which is in its turn depends on if you have proper drivers for your network adapter (either wireless or wired).
Try to start last working version... If you laptop (netbook) is having problems to start in Safe Mode there is not much you can do... One of things you can do is to load the system in command line mode and see where it stops. And go from there...
No, Not on any windows including windows 7. It is for a PS3 and if you mean the Dual Shock 3 it is supposed to be Bluetooth and will be under used to only play with the USB connection if it did work.
Simply Right Click anywhere on the desktop and you will have an option for "Gadgets" Select that and you will be able to choose from a bunch of different gadgets that show you information. There is even a "Get more gadgets online" option to get new ones directly from Microsoft's website
Mac computers are supplied with MacOS; it is possible to install Windows 7 on a Mac using a system called boot camp, but you would have to buy the Windows 7 separately.
Connect a microphone into the microphone input on your computer. You can use an audio recording program to record your voice.
Yes, you can have many "Virtual" different systems running on your computer. Linux, Win98, Winxp, Win7, Beos, etc. All you have to do is download a free program from VMWare. Search the internet for "VMWare" and follow the instructions. A time limited program, you can run under virtual winxp and when… it expires, you can easily re-image it to continue using it. Very cool VMWARE. (MORE)
because it is so much better then the previous versions of windows both graphically and in performance. its faster and smarter than the previous versions of windows
yes, right click on the file or files and click send to then click compressed zipped folder
You get a whole pile of good looking features, including... Aero Desktop (improved) . Aero Peek: A specific open window or all open windows can be made transparent . Aero Snaps: Open windows can be snapped to screen borders, Maximized by dragging to the top, snapped to the left hand side by …dragging the window to the right, similarly with snapping to the left. . Aero Shake: Desktop items can be minimized or maximized by shaking them . Maximize a window by dragging its border to the top of the screen . Dragging the bottom border expands the window vertically . Dragging two windows to opposite sides will resize them to fill half of the screen . Windows Taskbar (the Superbar) (improved) . Graphic thumbnails for open windows . Switch between multiple windows by just hovering over the taskbar thumbnail . Icons are big enough to be selected easily with the new touch feature . Applications can use the taskbar to provide information (a progress bar for example) Libraries (new) . Libraries are containers similar to folders, but their content is based on file properties such as file type, pictures by date taken, or music by genre . There are default libraries (documents, music, pictures, etc.) and one can create personalized libraries . Libraries can contain files, not network shares, which are indexed by Windows Search . Easier to navigate through files because you can just add a folder to the library Jump lists (improved) . Jump lists are automatically populated links in the Start Menu to frequently accessed sources (apps, documents, etc.) . Taskbar items, the Internet Explorer, and Windows Media Player will have them too, allowing you to jump directly to a certain task of a program . Right click on a program in the taskbar or hold down primary click and drag upwards. Windows Sidebar (improved) . Is no longer a sidebar. They can't be docked, but you can still line them up. . Gadgets are now placed on the desktop. Just freely placed. . Gadgets are resizable . Aero Peek lets you see gadgets behind open windows. (Aero peek must be enabled) Windows Explorer (improved) . New user interface, quick access buttons like print, open with, burn to disc, share, share with a homegroup, A new folder button and organize, all appear when you click on a file just below the address bar. . New copy engine: fewer prompts, shows file names being copied, more reliable. Shows more info, like transfer speed more accurately. Ribbon Interface (new) . Paint and WordPad now have a ribbon similar to the one in Office 2007 & 2010 . Third-party developers can integrate ribbons into their apps. They can use the ribbon for themselves. Start Menu Search (improved) . Searches in Libraries (also external files) . Search results are grouped according to Libraries . System administrator can define up to five external search destinations . Search will be executed on the server Windows Search 4 (improved) . Input recommendations based on previous searches . Dynamic filters to narrow down results . New relevance algorithm . Word highlighting in results . Search Federation: search external resources (servers, Sharepoint, Web sites (OpenSearch)) Tablet PC enhancements (improved) . Supposed to have improved handwriting recognition . Supports handwritten math expressions . Personalized custom dictionaries, and supports new languages . Automatically learns your style of writing. Sticky Notes (improved) . Ink support (graphic tablets) . Paste support . Note colors . Resize possible Accessibility (improved) . Improved speech recognition . Magnifier (whole desktop or portion of the screen) . Accessibility support tools for developers Windows Touch (new) . Windows 7 can be controlled by touching the screen . It also supports multi-touch allowing you to use more than one finger . On some PCs of course Other desktop enhancements (improved) . More styles . Region specific styles . Multilingual browsing no longer requires font installation, language-based fonts (MORE)
Nope - to recover your Windows 7 system - you need to use the recovery partition on the hard-drive.
Yes, you can. Split the disk in at least 2 partitions. First install Windows 2000 on disk C and then install Windows 7 on the disk D. You can install Windows 2000 on disk D and then Windows 7 on disk C. But the order of installation must be preserved.
Yes you can. Ubuntu's WUBI uses the Windows bootloader (NTLDR) to boot Linux. It also uses the Windows filesystem (NTFS). This, however, is not the traditional way to do things. The traditional way to dual-boot Linux and Windows is to use a generic bootloader such as Grub to boot both Windows and Li…nux. (MORE)
Following are the boot loader features of windows 7: a) Windows Boot Manager(Bootmgr.exe) b) Windows Operating System loader c) Windows Resume Loader
I'm not sure what you mean by loader but to activate windows 7 Home Premium all you have to do is open the start menu, right click on Computer and click properties. Then click activate windows and you should be good to go.
Java is needed for running Java applications like some games, online banking etc. Without it you will not be able to use these applications at all. Unless they upgrade to HTML 5. Then the users won't have to install and maintain the software for the applications.
You can choose all the languages if you have Windows 7 Ultimate. It is cheap and works great on a laptop.
Yes you can download a compatible version of iTunes on their official site for Windows.
Everything included(software) to run Windows 7 is in the DVD. Read up on "Operating systems" or Microsoft's "Windows Virtual PC".
The operating system "Windows 7" was released for public use in October of 2009. The Operating system that it replaced was "Windows Vista", a very troubled Operating system. The new OS to upgrade from Windows 7 is Windows 8 and it was released in October of 2012.
Yes - Physically & electrically, the hardware will still work. However - you may need to install a driver program for the mouse on the Windows 8 machine.
the name of windows 7 boot ladder program is WinLoad.exe and it islocated in C:\Windows\System32
Type "Uninstall" into the start menu, wait a second for the results to appear then click "Uninstall a program" under the "Control Panel" section
Yes it is safe to delete factory recovery partition if you thinkthat you are not going to use Windows 7 operating system again. Butyou should have Windows 10 license with an installation disk andyour Lenovo computer's drivers in case you need to recover orformat your computer.