There should be studs around the window opening so you would be doing both. If you are asking when to do it, the windows go on top of the sheathing.
windows is important because if there are a lot of windows and you lost window you would lose everything
• How would you create an answer file for Windows XP? How would you create one for Windows Vista
If you are installing windows XP with Windows 9x or me than the I would recommend you to use FAT32 as if you use NTFS than you wont be able to access Windows XP with NTFS partition. If you are installing Windows XP with Windows NT or Windows 2000 than you can use any partition type. But I would recommend to use NTFS.
Yes, but you would have to buy a DVD/CD of a version of Windows to install it, so it would cost money.
The Windows Update service is/was available to Windows 95, but there was no specific utility for it; you would have to manually go to the website.
Windows 7 systems requirements is where you would look. During Windows 7 one would use the Upgrade option and install an edition of Windows Vista to Windows 7. Windows Update in Control Panel will open and install Windows Vista if you already have automatic update turned on.
There is no version of Windows known as "Windows 2007." The closest to that would be Windows Vista, released worldwide on January 30, 2007.
Yes, it would very likely work on Windows XP if it advertises compatibility with Windows 2000.
That would not be a good idea. Just air the area you are painting out by opening the windows.
The only way to stop them completely would be to cover the opening with a mesh.
Set the primary partition containing Windows XP to active
Skyscrapers have non-opening windows for safety reasons. If a window was open on the 23rd floor, and a co-worker accidentally stumbled over a ream of paper, the co-worker would plummet to his death because someone left the window open, so after the co-worker would trip, he'd fall and smack into the concrete, ultimately ending his life. Thus, to prevent silly mistakes like that from happening, skyscrapers have non-opening windows.
Windows 8 does have the ability to launch applications in compatibility modes which support older Windows versions.
In Windows 7 AIK (Automated Installant Kit) provides Windows PE
i have an windows 8 pro and i just have a windows movie maker
A VW Kombi does not have 23 windows. If it did they would either have to be very small windows of the bus would have to be much longer.
The Hard Drive with Windows Vista installed on it would not work in Windows 98 unless you reformatted it using the FAT32 File System, thus erasing all data. Windows Vista uses the NTFS file system, which is not supported by Windows 98.
windows 7 would be my choice
That would be Windows Live Movie Maker.
they don't have to be away from windows. why would they?
It would have to be Windows 8 Professional.
More people would prefer Windows 7 over Windows XP, if they weren't too stubborn to upgrade or buy a new PC or notebook.
There is no upgrade path from Windows ME to Windows 2000. You would have to reformat the hard drive to remove ME before you install Windows 2000 from scratch.
You would need to buy Windows XP and install it on your hard drive to replace Windows 7. However there are programs that can run a simulator of XP while running Windows 7.