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Windows 7: Win 7 update from Home Prem to Win 7 Ulitimat

03 Dec 2009   #1
TerSans

Win 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 
Win 7 update from Home Prem to Win 7 Ulitimat

Well that sound easy and in all reality it was easy except: I got new computer DellStudi XPS 9000 with Win 7 Home Prem direct from Dell here in the US. My son, who lives in Wales, England decided I needed to upgrade so he bough me an upgrade to Ultimate (very nice of him actually) so he sent me the key and I did online upgrade which worked just fine. Now my new computer is working just finr and I love Win 7.

However him living in England and me in Montana no biggie except everything I do now starts in serveral places with me in the United Kingdom rather than in Montana. It is nor a really big issue but it sure does rattle me brain everytime I see it.

Iam wondering if there is a quick or for that matter any fix for this. Anyhelp is appreciated.


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03 Dec 2009   #2
gregrocker
Microsoft MVP

 

Start>Control Panel>click on Clock, Language & Regions>Date & Time>Change Time Zone
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