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How To Install Xp On Vista

How To Install Xp On Vista

If you want to change the operating system on your computer from Windows Vista to XP, then this video shows you how. It tells you about the ways and devices needed to install windows XP on your computer.

So, what I am going to talk about is how to install Microsoft Windows XP on Microsoft Windows Vista. Now, why might you want to do this? Well, quite a lot of the time particularly with all the laptops, notebooks have become very popular in the last couple of years, they ship with Microsoft Windows Vista. Now, the problem is that with these older laptops and notebooks, is that they don't have a great deal of processing power.

And that's in orbs with how Vista tends to work. So what a lot of users want to do is get more performance out of their laptop and they can become productive. And a lot of people do that by installing Windows XP on their computer instead.

And the good thing about Windows XP is that it is very current. Most of the programs still run on it, but it requires a lot less of your system resources, allowing it to run a lot faster. So let's talk about a couple of other ways that you can get XP onto your Vista machine.

Now, the first thing that you will need is a copy of your Microsoft Windows XP. Now, a lot of laptop manufacturers give you a copy of Microsoft XP alongside a copy of Vista. Now, with this laptop here, that's exactly what they did.

Now, other laptop manufacturers may not do that. So you need to get hold of the copy of XP for yourself. Now, you can download this nowadays from Microsoft.

com. But also you can buy it from some shops and also online. Now, in terms of installing the operating system, what you need to do is to put the CD into your machine.

Now, the problems with some notebooks are that they don't come with a CD drive. To get around that, you can buy fairly cheaply an external CD drive that you plug into your computer via USB cable. Now, another thing to bear in mind is your computer would be able boot from the installation CD.

To do that, you may need to go into the bios. And this may be by pressing F2 as the computer starts by pressing another key and then changing the boot order so your computer looks at the CD drive before looking at what is on the hard drive. So, to summarize, quite often with older or slower computer, putting XP on them instead of Vista really help you to get more use out of your computer.

To do that, you need an XP installation CD and if you are working with a computer without a CD drive, you will need to get an external CD drive and install the operating system from there. And really at a very high level, that's as simple as it is. So, that's how to install Microsoft Windows XP on to Microsoft Windows Vista.

If you want to change the operating system on your computer from Windows Vista to XP, then this video shows you how. It tells you about the ways and devices needed to install windows XP on your computer.