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Upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 8/7

At the end of 2001, Microsoft set a milestone and released Windows XP – one of the best operating systems of all time. After 13 years of dedicated service, on 8th April 2014 Microsoft finally ceased support for Windows XP. Now is the time to upgrade to a newer and safer Windows version. You can either install a current Windows 8 or 7 version on to your existing computer, or you can buy a new computer that already has Windows 8/7 pre-installed on it. In both cases, you will be faced with the dilemma of how to get your beloved data and settings from your XP computer on to the new machine. No problem: in this article, I’ll show you how to transfer all your settings and files from your old PC to your new one using the Windows Easy Transfer tool.

Category: Issues, Optimisation, Updates
Issue: 2014 Issue 5 May/June
Operating Systems: 7, 8
Article Reference: U450

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