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Upgrade your Windows 7 PC with Windows 8 Pro.
Start up quickly
Customize your Start screen with Live Tiles
Browse faster with Internet Explorer
Stay safer with Windows Defender
Get great apps at the Windows Store
Plus Mail, Photos, SkyDrive and more built-in
Encrypt your data with BitLocker
Connect to company networks with Domain Join
Virtualize with Client Hyper-V
Upgrade from Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP
Have questions about upgrading, what's
different in Windows 8, and how to get started? Here are some quick answers.
There are two versions to choose from:
Windows 8, and Windows 8 Pro. Windows 8 comes with everything you need to
connect, share, work, and play - even for power users. Windows 8 Pro adds
enhanced features for people who need to easily connect to company networks,
access remote files, encrypt sensitive data, and other more advanced
A whole new family of desktops, laptops,
tablets and other devices - many with touchscreen capabilities - come pre-loaded
with Windows 8. In general they're faster and more energy-efficient than
previous models and the portable and ultraportable devices are thinner and
lighter, with better performance and battery life.
Yes. Your upgrade
experience will depend on what version of Windows you currently have. For
example, if your PC is running Windows 7 Home Basic or Home Premium, your files,
programs and settings will easily transfer to Windows 8. If your PC is running
Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate, Windows XP or Windows Vista, you'll need to
reinstall your programs. Some features (like those that support touchscreen) may
require a new PC.
To find out if your PC is ready for Windows 8, simply go
to www.windows.com/upgradeassistant and download Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant,
which will provide you with a full compatibility report.
Windows 8 generally works with the same
peripheral devices and apps that work with Windows 7. In some cases, a device or
program might require an update, or you might need to uninstall some apps, and
then reinstall them after you upgrade to Windows 8.
The best way to tell
if your apps and devices will work before you upgrade is to run Windows 8
Upgrade Assistant, a free program that scans your current hardware, apps, and
devices for compatibility. Make sure all the devices that you need to work with
your PC, like printers and monitors, are connected to your PC and turned on
before you run Upgrade Assistant.
After Upgrade Assistant scans your PC to
determine what's compatible, it provides a compatibility report that lists any
issues that you might need to address when you upgrade. You can save or print
this report to use later.
If you'd like to look up compatibility info for a
specific device or program, you can search for it in the Windows Compatibility Center at
You can upgrade to Windows 8 from Windows 7,
Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 8 Release Preview, Windows 8 Consumer
Preview, or Windows Developer Preview, but you might not be able to keep all of
your files, apps, and settings. The following table shows what you can keep
during an upgrade, depending on the version of Windows you currently have
running on your PC:
||What you can keep|
|Windows 8 Release Preview
|Windows 8 Consumer Preview
Windows Developer Preview
||Nothing (but your files will be
saved in the Windows.old folder)|
||Apps, settings, and personal
||Windows settings and personal
you choose to boot from removable media created during the download process, you
won't be able to keep your apps, Windows settings, or personal files when you
Windows 8 works great on the same hardware
that powers Windows 7.
- 1 GHz processor
- 2 GB RAM
- 20 GB available hard disk space
- 1366 x 768 screen resolution
- DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM
Additional requirements to use certain
- Internet access (fees may apply)
- For touchscreen, you need a tablet or a
monitor that supports multi-touch
- Microsoft account required for some
- Watching DVDs requires separate playback
- Windows Media Center license sold
- To access the Windows Store and to download
and run apps, you need an active Internet connection and a screen resolution of
at least 1024 x 768
- To snap apps, you need a screen resolution
of at least 1366 x 768
If your PC has a 64 bit-capable processor
(CPU) but is currently running a 32-bit version of Windows, you can install a
64-bit version of Windows 8, but you cannot do this as an online upgrade. You'll
need to download the Upgrade Assistant to a DVD or a bootable USB device and
install Windows 8 from there. You also won't be able to keep any files,
settings, or apps when you upgrade from a 32-bit to a 64-bit version.
You can upgrade online or using a DVD that
you purchase from participating retails stores to upgrade a PC running Windows
XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Developer Preview, Windows 8 Consumer
Preview, or Windows 8 Release Preview. If you want to upgrade from an earlier
Windows operating system than Windows XP (for example, Windows 95 or Windows
2000), you'll need to purchase the Windows 8 System Builder from your nearest
system builder or participating retailer. You won't be able to keep any files,
settings, or apps when you install the new operating system.
If you're running Windows Developer Preview
or Windows 8 Consumer Preview when you upgrade, or if you choose the option to
"keep nothing" when you upgrade, your files won't come with you to Windows 8.
However, you might still be able to copy your files over after you upgrade. If
you don't reformat your hard drive during installation, your files are saved to
the Windows.old folder, where you can retrieve them after the upgrade.
Not exactly. To go back to your previous
version of Windows, you'll need to format your hard drive and then reinstall the
previous version of Windows from the recovery or installation media that came
with your PC. Typically, this is on a DVD.
If you don't have
recovery media, you might be able to create it from a recovery partition on your
PC using software provided by your PC manufacturer. Check the support section of
your PC manufacturer's website for more info. After you install Windows 8, you
won't be able to use the recovery partition on your PC to go back to your
previous version of Windows.
The easiest way to
change your language is to upgrade to the same language you currently have on
your PC, keep your apps, settings, and files, and then add a new language
afterwards. If you switch from one language to another during the upgrade, you
won't be able to keep your apps or settings.
The Windows Store is where you can find apps
for your Windows 8 device. It's got something for everyone, and it's built right
into Windows 8, so it's fast and easy to use. Just tap or click the Store tile to get started.
Yes. Your Microsoft account lets you buy and
install your apps on up to five devices from a single account. Signing up is
easy. Tap or click Store >
Settings > Your Account > Sign in > Sign up for a Microsoft account.
Apps and programs are the same thing in
Windows 8: software that runs on your PC. Windows 8 apps you download from the
Windows Store will run on your Windows 8 PC or tablet. All apps in the Windows
Store are screened and check for viruses and are compatible with Windows 8. And
many apps created for Windows 8 are designed to work together - so the more you
download, the more you can do.
You can install any of the apps you bought
from the Microsoft Store on up to five PCs or tablets running Windows 8. To
install your apps on other devices, just open the Microsoft Store on the device
you want to add the app to, sign in, and tap or click Your apps - then choose the app and tap or click
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