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Supporting Windows 7

Installing and maintaining windows 7 chapter 1

A windows 7 feature that allows you to view the desktop when you mouse over the small rectangle to the right of the taskbar, causing all open windows to become transparent. click the rectangle to minimize all open windows is called Aero Peek
Jump List provides access to some of the major functions of the program
Windows 7 has Windows Touch that supports a multi-touch screen without additional software.
Aero Snap automatically maximizes a window when you drag it to the top of the desktop
Aero Shake allows you to place the cursor in the title bar of a window, shake the window and minimize all other open windows
A collection of one or more folders and their contents. These files and folders can be located on any storage media on the local computer or network is called Libraries
Windows XP Mode allows you to run older applications that are not compatible with Windows 7
The Windows 7 Action Center replaces the Vista Security Center Is a centralized location that alerts the user to issues that might need to be addressed
In Windows 7 networking, a Homegroup is Used to share resources on the computer with other computers on the local network belonging to the homegroup.
Windows 7 Starter: comes only in the 32-bit version. Has the most limited features. Intended for use on networks or in developing nations.
Windows 7 Home Basic: designed for low-cost home systems not requiring full security and networking features
Windows 7 Home Premium Similar to Windows 7 Home Basic. Includes additional features such as the Aero user interface.
Windows 7 Professional Similar to Windows Vista Business. Computers can join a domain, support Group Policy, and use the Encrypted file System for better security. Multiple site licensing available(also called volume licensing)
Windows 7 Enterprise. Includes additional features over Windows 7 Professional Major additional features include BitLocker Drive Encryption and support for multiple languages. Multiple site licensing available(also called volume licensing)
Windows 7 Ultimate includes every Windows 7 feature
Before installing Windows 7, determine if: The system’s hardware resources qualify. The hardware devices are compatible. The system has a DVD drive.
Minimum/recommended hardware for Windows: Processor: 1GHz. RAM 1GB for 32-Bit 2GB For 64-Bit. Free HDD space: 16GB for 32-Bit For 64-Bit 20 GB. Video device and driver: DirectX 9 device with WDDM 1.0 or higher.
A_______allows you to install the new OS without disturbing the old one so you can boot to either OS. dual boot
Run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor before you upgrade
Compatibility mode: A group of settings that can be applied to older drivers or applications.
Both the upgrade and full license can be used for a clean installation or in-place upgrade installation
In-place upgrade: launched from the Windows desktop and carries forward user settings and installed applications
Clean install: creates a fresh installation and does not carry forward settings or applications.
To Installing Windows 7 when the computer doesn’t have a DVD drive Use an external DVD drive.Download it from the Internet.Copy setup files from another computer on the network that has a DVD drive. Perform a network installation of Windows. Use a USB flash-drive.
To install Windows 7 For an in-place upgrade Boot the system to the Windows desktop. Close open applications and scan for viruses. Install the Windows 7 DVD and launch Windows setup. Follow the instructions on the screen. Locate the product key.
To perform a clean install or a dual boot: Begin the installation from the Windows 7 DVD or from the Windows desktop. If no operating system is installed on the PC, start booting from the DVD.
When installing the upgrade to a replacement hard drive: Install Vista or XP first, then install the upgrade. Install Windows 7 twice.
Information available in the Action Center includes: The Security and Maintenance Settings and Support tools provides options such as virus protection settings. View performance reports and adjust Windows for best performance. Recovery, back up, and troubleshooting tools are also available.
The OEM(Original Equipment Manufacturer) version of Windows 7 comes with a sticker, called Certificate of Authenticity, which attached to the outside of the DVD case.
A_________is made of any open files so that files that are currently open are included in the backup. Shadow copy
Restore point: a snapshot of the Windows system and includes files that have changed since the last restore point was made
The system image on a hard drive can be found in the path D:\WindowsImageBackup\computer name
A backup of the entire Windows volume which can be used to restore the entire Windows system to its condition when the backup was made. is called System image
Windows Backup and Restore offers two ways to create a system image: Backing up the system image as part of the regularly scheduled backup procedure and Create a system image apart from the regularly scheduled backup procedure.
The system image you create using Backup and Restore can only be installed on the computer that was used to create it
To use the system image to recover a failed hard drive is called Reimaging the drive
A_________is procedure to install Windows, device drivers, and application settings, and user data files from an old installation to the new installation. Deployment strategy
High-touch with retail media strategy Recommended for fewer than 100 computers. Windows Easy Transfer can be used to transfer user settings or User State Migration Tool (USMT). upgrade installations, applications must be manually installed after the OS is installed.
User State Migration Tool (USMT)Included in the AIK can be used to transfer user and application settings and user data files from the old Windows installation to the new one.
Lite-touch, and zero-touch high-volume deployment strategies use a distribution share stored on a file server.
Lite-touch, high-volume deployment strategy uses Windows PE to boot the PC. Windows PE can be loaded from a bootable removable media or from the deployement server using the PC's reboot eXecution Environment(PXE)
The Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit is used to automatically scan multiple computers on a network to verify that each computer and its applications qualify for Windows 7.
A link, sometimes called the local link is a local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN)bounded by routers.
A subnet is one or more links that have the same 64 bits in the first part of the IP address (called the prefix)
Neighbors are two or more nodes on the same link
An interface is a node's attachment to a link
The last 64 bits or 4 blocks of an IP address identify the interface and are called The Interface ID or interface identifier
Windows 7 supports IPv4 and IPv6 on the same network
Three tunneling protocols used to transition from IPv4 to IPv6 are: ISATAP, Teredo, 6TO4, which send IPv6 packets over an IPv4 network.
Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise, editions offert the ability to install a fully functioning version of Windows XP Professional in a VM (Virtual Machine) without having to own a lisense for Windows XP. The installation is called Windows XP Mode, and you can use it to run legacy software that normally would not work in Windows 7.
For system to qualify for Windows XP mode, you need either the Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise, editions of Windows 7. In addition, your CPU must support hardware-assisted virtualization (HAV), and this feature must be enabled in BIOS setup or you must download and install a patch to override the use of HAV.
If your PC does not support HAV, you can still use WINDOWS Victual PC and Windows XP Mode by installing a Microsoft Fix after Windows Virtual PC is installed.
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