Re:Windows 7 any issues

DELFTship forum Feature requests Windows 7 any issues Re:Windows 7 any issues



Ever though of using a program like “True Image”?
You can install it under XP and then create an image of your harddisk, for example to a second harddisk or even a network storage device or an USB drive.

Then you can install your New OS.
If you don’t like it, the reinstall “True Image” on your new OS (or any other backup program) and make it restore your previous backup. Once the backup is restored you will again have XP installed. I use it all the time.

And yes, it feels good not to have to adapt the software each time a new OS comes out.
I put a lot of effort in making my own components, that way I don’t need to rely on third party software without having acces to the source code.