Windows 7 upgrade chart Released

Microsoft porvided an “Official Windows 7 Upgrade chart” to Walt Mossberg, which provides at a glance view of, which existing Windows version can be upgraded to which version of Windows 7. The green box says ‘In-place Upgrade’ will upgrade keeping all your files, settings, programs as it’s been in the current Windows version. While the blue box ‘Custom Install’ (clean […]

Microsoft porvided an “Official Windows 7 Upgrade chart” to Walt Mossberg, which provides at a glance view of, which existing Windows version can be upgraded to which version of Windows 7. The green box says ‘In-place Upgrade’ will upgrade keeping all your files, settings, programs as it’s been in the current Windows version. While the blue box ‘Custom Install’ (clean Install) gives you the option to either completely replace your current OS or install Windows 7 on specific drive or partition you select. You can also do a custom install if you don’t have any OS or if you want to do a dual/multiboot on your system. Windows Easy Transfer and Windows 7 Upgrade advisor are useful tools that can assist the upgrade. More details here.