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IE help http://windows.microsoft.com/sv-se/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-help

= uppgradera gratis till windows 8.1

Uppdatera gratis till Windows 8.1 http://apps.microsoft.com/#wsl=WindowsUpgrade

Support och uppdateringar för Windows XP upphör 8 april 2014. Låt inte din dator vara oskyddad. Ta reda på vad du kan göra. http://windows.microsoft.com/sv-se/windows/end-support-help?ocid=xp_wol_eos

nLite (freeware) http://lib.giveawayoftheday.com/NLite_42637/ is a program that allows you to slipstream (integrate) or remove windows updates and components from the original (Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server) setup Disc. You can also create unnattended (automatic) Windows Installations, integrate drivers and patches. The main reason for using nLite is for slipstreaming serial ata drivers for hard drive to the original installation, because XP lets you load those driver during the setup using a floppy drive, a device that isnt common on portables. However with the release of Windows Service Packs, nLite become really useful for restoring windows without the hassle of then install all service packs or even configuring regional settings. nLite is also used to remove windows components, the main reason for this is to save space, unfortunatelly this measure could aso reduce the operating system compatibility and security. The program user interface is easy to use for even first time users because it divide its function and process in "steps" that you can skip if you dont want to modify one of those settings. nLite doesnt support Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008, those operating systems are supported on vLite, another version of nLite built for them.

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windows appar http://windows.microsoft.com/sv-se/windows-8/apps?ocid=GA8_O_WOL_Hero_Home_Apps_Pos2_01#Cat=t1

windowsXP supporten upphört http://windows.microsoft.com/sv-se/windows/end-support-help?ocid=GA8-1_O_WOL_Hero_Home_XPEOS_Pos3_01

windows 8.1 http://windows.microsoft.com/sv-se/windows-8/meet?ocid=GA8-1_O_WOL_Hero_Home_Meet81_Pos1_01

Is my PC running the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/find-out-32-or-64-bit

= Applies to these editions of Windows 7 The terms 32-bit and 64-bit refer to the way a computer's processor (also called a CPU), handles information. The 64-bit version of Windows handles large amounts of random access memory (RAM) more effectively than the 32-bit version. Follow the steps in the sections below to find out if your PC is running the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows and what edition of Windows is on your PC. Computers running Windows XP Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. If "x64 Edition" is listed under System, you’re running the 64-bit version of Windows XP. If you don’t see "x64 Edition" listed under System, you’re running the 32-bit version of Windows XP. The edition of Windows XP you're running is displayed under System near the top of the window. Computers running Windows Vista or Windows 7 Click the Start button Picture of the Start button, right-click Computer, and then click Properties. If "64-bit Operating System" is listed next to System type, you’re running the 64-bit version of Windows Vista or Windows 7. If "32-bit Operating System" is listed next to System type, you’re running the 32-bit version of Windows Vista or Windows 7. The edition of Windows Vista or Windows 7 you're running is displayed under Windows edition near the top of the window.

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