Right after the recent Windows 7 launch all over the world, Microsoft has started releasing interesting giveaways to enhance Windows 7 look with themes, screensaver etc. Microsoft has also released an interesting tool to make and create a bootable DVD or USB drive which lets you install Windows 7 on your computer.
Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool is a free utility which lets create a bootable copy of your Windows 7 ISO file on a USB flash drive or a DVD. The reason why of this tool is that Microsoft gives you the option, whne you buy Windows 7 from the online store, to download an ISO file or compressed files. Here is the quick procedure to follow:
- Download downloaded Windows 7 ISO from Microsoft Store.
- Download (and install, of course) Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool.
- Run the tool. A window will appear. Click the Browse button and select the .ISO file.
- Now, choose between two options. Copy on a USB flash drive or DVD. Click Next.
- After the procedure is completed and the all the file have been copied to your USB pen or DVD, you are done.
- At this point in your USB pen or DVD you will find a file called SETUP.EXE. Click it to install Windows 7 on your PC.
- Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit)
- Pentium 233-megahertz (MHz) processor or faster (300 MHz is recommended)
- 50MB of free space on your hard drive
- DVD-R drive or 4GB removable USB flash drive
If you want to know more, visit Microsoft official webpage.
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