Windows 7 Starter OS – Upgrading to Higher OS

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I am currently using Windows starter as my OS.  I want to upgrade it to Professional or Ultimate.  Are there any rules when upgrading OS?

Especially Windows 7, because I have heard on the other websites, it is difficult to upgrade, because some of the software may not be compatible with it.

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Windows 7 Starter OS – Upgrading to Higher OS

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  • No its not a problem, you can upgrade it very easily.
  • Nowadays there are more than enough software and drivers for both Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit editions.
  • You can simply use Windows anytime, upgrade in windows update. You don't need to do a clean installation to  replace your system with newer versions.
  • All you have to do is purchase a Windows professional or ultimate license and go to any time upgrade and enter key and validate it. All you need to have is a good Internet connection.
  • Later you can work in the same environment with more and more options as Windows 7 starter, home basic, home premium, win 7 professional and win 7 ultimate vary on their available features. So you can enjoy the benefits of the Windows upgrade.

100% you don't need to worry about it.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #127683

Windows 7 Starter OS – Upgrading to Higher OS

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Hi,

  • What you heard is right. Windows 7 have some kind of difficulty to upgrade and also some of the software will not be compatible with it.
  • Because Windows 7 was designed for upgraded software or application programs to run, it has a very limited back flash. So most of the software those we generally use in windows XP, will not be installed in Windows 7 or can not run properly.
  • So your best option is upgrade it with Professional or Ultimate. There is no rule for this. You can update it with software or you can use bootable CD/DVD for it. No big deal.

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