Setup Windows® 7 in HP ProBook 4320s
Learn about the installation and customization of Windows 7 in HP ProBook 4320s Notebook PC
ProBook 4320s is a new notebook series introduced by HP. Having the Intel core processor, this system gives an excellent performance to the users. The system uses the Mobile Intel HM57 express chipset. The system has 8GB memory DDR3 SDRAM. It uses a spill resistant keyboard, click pad, integrated camera, well quality graphics card, integrated speakers and microphones, USB ports, etc. For coordinating and controlling these specifications to get powerful performance, the system uses genuine Windows 7 operating system. It is the latest operating system introduced by Microsoft. It is powerful enough to give excellent performance, at the same time it is user friendly. To install the operating system, we have to activate it, register and configure it.
Some tips for setting up Windows 7 in HP ProBook 4320s notebook PC are as follows:
- Activating Windows 7
- Registering Windows 7
- Configuring Windows 7
Activating Windows 7
Activating the Windows 7 allows the users to use all the features provided by the operating system. So we must activate it in the specified time. The activation of Windows 7 can be activated manually, if the activation process is not performed during the installation. For that select ‘Control Panel’ and then select the ‘System and Security’ menu. From that, select ‘System Control Panel’ view. Now you will get a window for activating Windows online. Clicking that, you can activate the operating system successfully.
Registering Windows 7
Registration of Windows 7 will help you in getting information about the latest updates, various tools, tips and product details. Users have to give information like e-mail address to Microsoft for registering the product. Registration is an optional process and is not mandatory. It is recommended that users should register your copy of Windows 7 as it will help you in getting the most out of the operating system.
Configuration implies customizing the settings of Windows 7 to meet individual requirements. User accounts can be created for login purposes. Users can also set the language, date and time of the computer. By default, Windows 7 uses the factory settings.