Uninstalling Windows® XP in HP ProBook® 4320s
Are you not happy with the performance of Windows XP operating system in HP ProBook 4320s notebook and want to uninstall it?
Windows XP is reliable operating system. It is light on system resources and has a good visual appeal. Your HP ProBook 4320s notebook has been designed in such a way that any operating system can be installed in it. If you are not satisfied with the performance of Windows XP operating system in your HP ProBook 4320s notebook, then you can easily replaced it with a newer version of Windows operating system. Newer versions of Windows operating systems provide advanced features and security mechanisms. If you want to take the benefits of these features and functions, then it is recommended to uninstall Windows XP in HP ProBook 4320s notebook. Before uninstalling Windows XP from HP ProBook 4320s notebook, you are advised to create a recovery disk of the working operating system so that even if some issues do come up during the uninstall/ removal, the system can be recovered. You must also remember to backup all working drivers on the system.
Few things that need to be kept in mind while uninstalling Windows XP in HP ProBook 4320s notebook are given below:
- Backup data
- Check compatibility
- Power backup
Windows XP uninstallation will erase all of the data stored in your HP ProBook 4320s notebook. This includes all restore points, user preferences and personal files. Therefore, it is recommended to create backup of all data on a separate storage media so that once the new operating system is installed, the data can be copied on to the system.
Before uninstalling Windows XP in HP ProBook 4320s notebook, you are advised to check the compatibility of the operating system which you wish to install on the system. You should always use a genuine Windows operating system, as use of pirated versions in HP ProBook 4320s notebook can cause severe problems.
Before initiating with the task of uninstalling Windows XP in HP ProBook 4320s notebook, you should make sure that there is adequate amount of power backup available. Power interruptions during the uninstallation process can corrupt the operating system and leave the system in an unusable condition.