Windows easy Transfer
A type of virus
Good universal indicator
There is no such a thing
Graphical user interface
Analysis, design, testing, programming
Design, testing, analysis, programming
Design, programming, testing, analysis
Analysis, design, programming, testing
A web browser
A word processor
An operating system
None of the above
Log- in Credentials
Restore from back up
Format remote host
Home Premium does not support more than 3.2 GB of RAM.
A 32-bit Windows operating system can recognize only about 3.2 GB of RAM.
The processor is not configured in x64 mode.
D.The processor is an x86 processor.
Install windows XP first
Install windows 7 first
Install operating system on same partitions
Install windows XP first, and Install both operating systems on different partitions.
A clean install includes applications and settings from previous installations.
An upgrade includes applications and settings from previous installations.
A clean installation starts by formatting the hard drive.
There is no difference; they are the same.
Yes; the user can do an upgrade directly to Windows 7.
Yes, as long as the file system is formatted with NTFS.
Yes, as long as both versions are 32-bit versions.
No; XP cannot be directly upgraded to Windows 7.
Create an image of the installation media and copy it to a bootable DVD.
Copy the contents of the installation DVD to a USB flash drive and install Windows 7 from this drive.
Copy the contents of the installation DVD to a USB external drive and install Windows 7 from this drive.
Copy the contents of the installation DVD to a network location and install Windows 7 from this drive.
Installation using the installation DVD.
Installation over the network.
Installation using images
Installation using USMT
File and Settings Transfer (FAST)
Windows easy tranfer
Windows Back up
The service applet
The system applet
The performance tab of the task manager
The process tab of the task manager
Application tab of Task Manager.
Performance tab of Task Manager.
User Tab of the Task Manager
Service Tab of the Task Manager
Managing user interface
Managing client requirements
Bootable network card
An answer file
An XML page
All of the above
Run command line interface