Upgrade

If i have this:

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2864286&SRCCODE=GOOGLEBASE&cm_mmc_o=VRqCjC7BBTkwCjCECjCE

can i safely upgrade to this:

http://www.discountmountainsoftware.com/miwi7ulupoem1.html

and still keep all my files, aswell as it simply working? Also, anybody think the upgrade isnt worth it?
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  1. Sure you can do that. Windows 7 will install over Vista, just make sure you don't reformat any harddrives. Just do the install... not formating.

    Worth it depends on how you use your computer... and also what hardware you have. Windows 7 is better certainly... but if budget is tight and you only use it for general computing/net surfing, save the money.
  2. I use it for much more than general computing a net surfing. i have 250$ to blow for upgrades on my computer, and i was going to buy:

    http://www.discountmountainsoftware.com/miwi7ulupoem1.html

    http://www.journeyed.com/item/Microsoft/Office+Professional/100973759?show=overview

    then save up for a new case. btw, if it helps, my hdd is a 640gig WD caviar black.
  3. Zeus24 said:
    I use it for much more than general computing a net surfing. i have 250$ to blow for upgrades on my computer, and i was going to buy:

    http://www.discountmountainsoftware.com/miwi7ulupoem1.html

    http://www.journeyed.com/item/Microsoft/Office+Professional/100973759?show=overview

    then save up for a new case. btw, if it helps, my hdd is a 640gig WD caviar black.


    You might consider samsung F3 drive. Current champion of the 7200 rpm drives, if I am not badly mistaken. I personally have a 1TB and 500gb on a relatives pc assume sequential transfer rates.
  4. yeah, 500 gig platters make a big difference, but id rather save up for a smaller ssd boot drive when prices drop a tiny bit. the caviar black is quite fast enough for now.
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