easy by upgrading to windows xp :-)
Upgrading windows has 2 meaning, one is upgrading the version (service pack) and second is the operating system. To upgrade the service pack, all you need to do is to update your windows via online. For the upgrading of operating system, just install new windows operating system eg. XP to VISTA or Vista to Seven
more software programs are supported with xp, windows ME is buggy
Try reinstalling the drivers.
If you are upgrading to Windows 8 from an older Windows version like Vista or 7 you should not lose any files as Windows has developed the transition to be nice and smooth. If you are clearing off the OS completely and manually installing Windows 8 then it is recommended to have a backup of your files.
One benefit to upgrading to Windows XP is that it may work faster that your previous software. Another benefit is that it may provide you with features you don't currently have.
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Windows 98, Windows ME, and Windows 2000 all support upgrading directly from Windows 95. Your system must meet the requirements in order to upgrade, however.
advantage of window 97
There are no benefits to upgrading to Windows XP. This is because Microsoft has decided that it will no longer support Windows XP. Therefore, Windows XP will not be given automatic updates anymore to stop viruses. It is better in the long run to just get a Windows 8 capable computer because that operating system is the newest on the market.
When looking for any Windows upgrade, a good place to begin would be the Windows website. If one goes to the website there is a search bar located in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Simply search 'Upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7' and below Windows provides a handy step-by-step guide to upgrading, including a tutorial and helpful tips.
Windows 2000 applications and settings are kept and Windows XP upgrade is quicker than a fresh new installation of XP.
Yes, you can. Office 2007 works fine on Windows 7.
Try reinstalling the driver for the CD drive
because its Windows Vista, it always stuffs up :P
The internal changes in the process of upgrading are vast and complicated. What do you as the user need to change to upgrade? Nothing. Just put the disk in and go, your computer will do the rest, all your files and programs will be left just as they were (assuming nothing goes wrong. It's windows, so you can never be sure.)
This is a common occurrence, particularly if you did not upgrade the computer beforehand. Windows XP requires more RAM and a faster processor than Windows 98.
See the related link to the Microsoft web-site. Upgrading from Windows 7 Starter to Premium is currently priced at £69.99
Hardware requirements Type of upgrade required Windows components required
Not much, probably a Gigabyte which is about 1024MB
your best bet is to scrap it. And wait for win 8 as its in beta at the moment haha!
No. Windows XP supports upgrading in-place from Windows ME. However, a clean install is usually recommended, since it can help avoid errors in the conversion process and leaving unneeded files behind.