Things can go wrong, however, and upgrading a PC is nothing like trying out
Windows 8 on a separate partition of your hard disk. So before you do anything
at all, be sure to back up to a separate storage device any files, photos, music
and video that you want to keep. It’s important to also note the distinction
between upgrading to Windows 8 from Vista or Windows 7; and upgrading
to Windows 8 from XP: cara senam kegel pria
• Windows 7: You can perform an in-place upgrade to Windows 8 or
Windows 8 Pro that will allow you to retain all your files, settings
and compatible applications
• Vista: If you have Vista Service Pack 1 installed, you will be able to keep
personal files and system settings, but you’ll have to reinstall applications.
If you don’t have SP1 installed, only personal files will be retained. cara memperbesar kemaluan pria
• XP: Upgrading from XP is possible without a clean installation if you have
Service Pack 3 installed, but even then, only personal files will be kept.
If you buy a PC or laptop running Windows 7 Home Basic, Home Premium,
Professional or Ultimate between 2 June 2012 and 31 January 2013, you’ll
qualify for the Windows 8 upgrade offer. This allows you to install Windows 8 Proon your computer for £14. 99.