Upgrade Windows® 7 in Fujitsu® LifeBook P770
Tips to upgrade Windows 7 in Fujitsu LifeBook P770
Fujitsu LifeBook P770 is a 12.1-inch laptop that comes built with a weight of 1.5 Kg and thickness of about 30mm. The system features the latest in the Intel Core i7 technology for its processing power. The features of the system make it useful even for its smaller size and light weight. The system includes three expansion USB ports and wireless connectivity with Wi-Fi, 3G as well as Bluetooth. The Bluetooth can be used to connect and establish small scale networks for immediate data transfer. The system comes with HDMI cable for external output as well as DVD burners and fingerprint scanner for extra security.
The tips to upgrade the Windows 7 on Fujitsu LifeBook P770 and the points to be remembered while doing so are described below:
- Check for the Windows 7 Operating System
- Check the hardware of the laptop
- Download the upgrade advisor
Check for the Windows 7 Operating System
There are several versions of the Windows 7 Operating System that has been released in the market. You can choose the version of the Operating System that best suits your needs. The features of each of the Operating System will be provided online. You can refer to this to see the features and functions that are needed by you before you decide to upgrade the version. The different versions of the Windows 7 Operating System are Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate. The higher version of the Operating System includes features such as switching the Operating System language and protecting the system from data loss or theft.
Check the hardware of the laptop
The hardware of the laptop must be checked before an upgrade is made to the Operating System. Fujitsu LifeBook P770 comes with the latest hardware in the market that makes it compatible to most Windows Operating Systems; but check out individual system requirements such as the RAM and the Processor used. The 32-bit processor cannot allow a 64-bit Operating System to run on it. Also ensure the hardware and device drivers are downloaded for the system if it is not available from the component manufacturer. The 32-bit Operating System cannot support more than 4 Gigabytes of RAM.
Microsoft® has released software which is known as the Windows® 7 Upgrade advisor. The software will scan the system and provide the recommended upgrades that need to be done to the system before it can be upgraded to a different version of the Windows® 7. All the needed upgrades of the hardware will be described by the PC advisor. Thus, once the upgrades are done to the system, it will be compatible to run an upgraded version of the Windows® 7 Operating System.