Uninstalling Windows® 7 from HP Pavilion® Slimline s5350z
Suggestions for the un-installation of Windows® 7 from HP Pavilion® Slimline s5350z
Windows® 7 is one of the most feature-enriched operating systems, but many times a user may desire to remove it from their computer due to a number of reasons depending upon his preferences. Uninstalling Windows® 7 from HP Pavilion Slimline s5350z series, is a critical task and must be accomplished with lot of care and precaution.
Various issues related to the un-installation of Windows® 7 from HP Pavilion Slimline s5350z are discussed in the following points.
- Take a proper backup
- Get compatible drivers for your new operating system
- Is it necessary to uninstall the operating system?
Take a proper backup
Before you begin with the un-installation process in HP Pavilion Slimline s5350z series, do not forget to create a proper backup of your important files and folders over some safe location on the network or a secondary storage device. If you fail to create backup copies, it will lead to permanent loss of your valuable data.
Get compatible drivers for your new operating system
In most of the cases, Windows® 7 is uninstalled from HP Pavilion Slimline s5350z to install a different version of the operating system. After installing your preferred operating system, you will be required to install the compatible versions of device drivers for that operating system. It will be good to search and get the device drivers in advance before removing Windows 7.
Windows® 7 is perhaps the best operating system available today. It is easy to use, highly secure and contains many advance features. It will be a bad idea to remove Windows® 7 just for little reasons. If you are facing some compatibility issues then you can try implementing a dual boot rather than uninstalling the OS.
If you have upgraded your previous version of Windows® to Windows® 7 and you need to remove Windows® 7, you can do this by using the windows.old folder on the primary partition. To know more, you can visit the official Microsoft® Windows® website. To install some different operating system, you will have to format the primary partition and then install a fresh copy of the desired operating system.