well, i am using Windows 7 Evaluation copy, Build 7100 for the last few months.
well, by day before ysterday, it shows a warning after loading desktop.that, there is only 10days left to finish my licence, and to backup al datas.
also, i am not able to see the Desktop Notes now. that was really usfull to me.frm where i can retrieve?
We've known for months that the evaluation copies of Windows 7 were going to start losing functionality in March. It's never sensible to ignore the inevitable. Don't be a cheapskate - buy the thing now.
Dear WR2, 'thanking you for oyur wise reply. an alo, i have solved the note pad ptoblm,
i was got mistaken the Sticky pad as Note pad
i am sorry for that, and let me try to to install a clean RTM soon
if then, i need a little more help, that,
how can i backup my most precious datas from Favorites in IE 7 and from Firefox ?? last time i have done by going on the on the stting of backups. but after that, that was not proper to retriev my datas.
While most people who tested Windows 7 have now moved to the final version, some are still running the Release Candidate. If you haven’t moved yet, it’s time to replace the RC. Starting on March 1, 2010 your PC will begin shutting down every two hours. Your work will not be saved during the shutdown. The Windows 7 RC will fully expire on June 1, 2010. Your PC running the Windows 7 RC will continue shutting down every two hours and your files won’t be saved during shutdown. In addition, your wallpaper will change to a solid black background with a persistent message on your desktop. You’ll also get periodic notifications that Windows isn’t genuine. That means your PC may no longer be able to obtain optional updates or downloads requiring genuine Windows validation. To avoid interruption, please reinstall a prior version of Windows or move to Windows 7. In either case, you’ll need to do a custom (clean) install to replace the RC. As with any clean installation, you’ll need to back up your data then reinstall your applications and restore the data. For more details about replacing the RC, see the Knowledge Base article KB 971767 available here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971767 . For more information, visit the Window 7 Forum available at the following link: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/category/... . Thanks again for helping us test Windows 7.
If you have a backup solution with enough space, you can just back up your entire User folder... that will contain all your data (documents, pictures, email, etc.). Of course, if you've save anything outside of those folders, then that doesn't get backed up.