June 01, 2011

How to Uninstall Microsoft Windows 7

Windows 7 is a computer operating system developed by Microsoft. Windows 7, the latest in the series of Windows-based operating systems, is developed to make your tasks simpler and easier. There are several ways for move back to an earlier operating system or even transfer your files and settings to another version of Windows 7. Before you uninstall versions of  Windows 7 you can transfer, backup and restore or in some cases restore your previous operating system to the point just before you upgraded to Windows 7


If Only Windows 7 is on Your Drive

1 Connect an external hard drive. This will be necessary only if you have files on your computer that you are needing to back up. Depending on the external hard drive, it will connect through either the USB drive or FireWire port.

2 Backup your files. Click the "Start" icon, which will pop open menu options along with a search field to type. In this field, type "backup" and when the results pop up, select the "Backup and Restore" option in the Programs list. This will walk you through the steps to backup all of the files on your computer.

3 Insert the installation disc from an older operating system, such as Windows Vista or Windows XP. The disc will walk you through the installation process, which will get rid of the Windows 7 OS at the same time.

4 Restore your files. With the external hard drive connected, click the "Start" icon, select "Control Panel" and then click on "System Maintenance." Click on "Select Another Backup to Restore Files From" and then select your external hard drive. This will walk you through the steps to restore your files from the external hard drive.

Windows 7 is a very popular operating system. However, there are actually quite a few problems which can affect users. If your computer is slow you can get few tips to make windows 7 faster along with the blog post available at "How to make Windows 7 faster"

Feel free to get online technical support to fix your computer problems. Just Call on Toll-Free number(1-866-541-1792) & get 24*7 expert help for online diagnostic and troubleshooting.

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