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Windows 7 hardware requirements and tools: Study guide

This study guide tests solutions providers' knowledge of Windows 7 hardware requirements and provides resources on Windows 7 tools, upgrades and licensing.

Windows 7 hardware requirements can cause headaches for your customers. But if you know how to take advantage of Windows 7 tools, you can ensure that your customers' systems are prepared for Windows 7 installations.

Use this study guide to learn about the different options for upgrading customers to the Windows 7 operating system.

Windows 7 tools for system monitoring, such as Reliability Monitor and Windows 7 Event Viewer, can examine behavior and find the root of potential problems within your customers' computer systems. Other Windows 7 tools, such as ping and tracert, can make Windows 7 maintenance and configuration a simpler process. This guide also includes resources on Windows 7 troubleshooting tools, including the Windows Resource Exhaustion Detection and Resolution tool, which alerts your customers when their virtual memory is low.

You'll find resources on Windows 7 hardware requirements, such as speed and disk space and the amount of RAM needed for successful implementation, in addition to information on Windows 7 tools. You'll get expert advice for managing and upgrading Windows 7 hardware, and you'll learn about the effects that licensing can have on your customers. This guide can also direct you on how to properly add and remove Windows 7 hardware.

After you take this quick 10-question quiz, you'll get access to a variety of resources on Windows 7 hardware requirements and tools.

This was last published in February 2010

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