We are seeing consistent leaks of Windows 7 Beta and it signifies the official debut of Windows 7 is drawing near. We hear pleasant news from people who testing it on their machines; more new features and more importantly, it performs better than Windows Vista at low-specification machines. Majority of Windows users are no doubt considering to upgrade their existing Windows OS to the latest Microsoft OS Windows 7. But how can we be sure that our machine is completely capable of running Windows 7 flawlessly?
Confused? Don’t be. Microsoft has recently released a tool that can be used to determine whether or not your PC is able to run Windows 7. Windows 7 upgrade Advisor helps you in to analyze your PC compatibility for a Windows 7 upgrade. This freeware, however, is currently only available in English.
This tool check processor, storage, memory and graphics as well as identifies any compatibility issues with installed devices. Don’t worry this tool will not leave you in the dark should you have any compatibility issue; it provides you guidance on how to sort out the problem.
- Operating Systems: Windows Vista; Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows 7
- .NET 2.0 Framework or higher if running on Windows XP