A Windows 7 upgrade can actually be pain-free. A few reasons include XP mode, shorter installation time, more drivers and easier to setup.
Most small business owners feel software upgrades are about as fun as having a tooth pulled: Not really that much fun at all. But a Windows 7 upgrade can actually be pain-free. Here’s why:XP modeWindows Vista had plenty of compatibility issues. That’s not the case with Windows 7, due to a new feature called XP compatibility Mode. XP Mode allows you to run older programs in Windows XP and simultaneously run every-thing else in Windows 7.If your main business software runs well now in Windows XP it should run just fine in XP Mode in Windows 7.For even more peace of mind, as part of the upgrade process, we will contact your business software vendor and get their approval before beginning a Windows 7 upgrade. You can also try this on a “test” PC before rolling it out on your network.Installation timeThe Windows 7 set-up process is significantly faster than Vista or XP installation, which saves your business money on the upgrade project. Windows 7 also offers some automated setup options that weren’t previously available - again, reducing your investment in an upgrade project. Start up time is significantly - and noticably - faster, which gets your staff to work that much faster at the start of the day.More drivers and easier setupWhen you plug in a new scanner, camera or other device into your computer, you don’t want to fight with pop-up messages that tell you to search for drivers.You just want it to work the way it’s supposed to. With Windows 7 that’s what you get. No hassle. No fear.