|03 Sep 2011||#1|
Keeping programs after a windows 7 upgrade.
At the moment I'm running a computer with windows vista.
I want to upgrade to Windows 7, but I have a lot of programs installed on my Vista (that also are compatible with windows 7). Many of these programs work on a license you have to buy via the internet and I don't want to reļnstall all these programs and explain to the developers that I upgraded and need a new key.
Is there a way to upgrade and keep all my programs available ?
Like Office, Nero, Neat Image, Photoshop, etc.
I've looked into the "easy transfer" from windows itself, but I just don't wanna take any risks.
Anyone any info about this ?
Thanks in advance.
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