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Windows 7 is an operating system released by Microsoft on July of 2009. The stable release and first service pack were more than a year later in February of 2011. Windows 7 is not the most recent operating system from Microsoft, as Windows 8 was released in 2012. Windows 7 has recently managed to surpass Windows XP in market share, and as of 2012, held over 44 percent of the market.
Windows 7 is generally agreed to be the current best operating system released by Microsoft. Windows 8 and Windows Vista were both met with a great deal of controversy over large changes to the system. Windows 8, in particular, is regarded as a decent system plagued by a terrible user interface, called Metro.
Windows 7 has made great improvements in respect to software security and performance, relative to XP and Vista. Windows 7 also supports a flexible 64-bit system that can almost seamlessly run 32-bit programs without jumping through the hoops that other operating systems, such as Linux require. It is generally recommended that customers wait until at least service pack one is released before switching to a new Windows operating system. These packs are programming fixes
How To Clean Install Windows 7
Most of the time, a Windows 7 clean install means to remove an existing operating system (like Windows XP, Linux, Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows 8, ... it doesn't matter) and replace it with a fresh or "clean" installation of Windows 7.
In other words, it's the "erase everything and start from scratch" process for Windows 7, a procedure referred to as a "clean install" or sometimes as a "custom install." It's the ultimate "reinstall Windows 7" process.
A clean install is often the best way to solve very serious Windows 7 problems, like a virus infection you can't get rid of completely or maybe some kind of Windows issues that you can't seem to solve with normal troubleshooting.
Performing a clean install of Windows 7 is usually a better idea than upgrading from an older version of Windows as well. Since a clean install is a true start over from scratch, you don't risk inheriting any buggy situations from your previous installation.
To be 100% clear, this is the right procedure to follow if:
you want to erase whatever you have have and install Windows 7
you want to reinstall Windows 7
you want to install windows 7 on a new hard drive
This guide is broken into a total of 34 steps and will walk you through every part of the Windows 7 clean install process. Let's get started...
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