Setting up Windows 7 in the HP ProBook® 4415s
Method of setting up Windows 7 in HP ProBook 4415s?
The HP ProBook 4415s is a laptop meant for small business professionals. Basic business requirements can be fully satisfied on this easily. It comes with Windows 7 as its operating system. It has all the latest and advanced hardware and software in it. It supports, Bluetooth, Ethernet and wireless LAN. It also has a good battery life. Windows 7 is a user friendly version that gives improved performance with multi-core processors and if you want to set up it in your system, you should backup all the data onto another medium, so that you don’t lose any files that you need. The Windows 7 set-up can be done in a partition of your hard drive that is unused.
Set up of Windows 7 in your HP ProBook 4415s can be done by following the tips below:
- Activation of Windows 7
- Register Windows 7
- Configure Windows 7
Activation of Windows 7
To activate the Windows 7 operating system in your HP ProBook 4415s, first insert the Windows 7 CD or DVD. To have Windows 7 properly installed, the product key should be known and this should be activated before the assigned period of time. After providing the input mode, time, click Install. Then accept the license agreement and go to customize and driver options.
Register Windows 7
In the official Microsoft website you have options to register your details in the registration form provided on the site. This will keep you informed regularly through mails with the updated profiles and tips about the Windows 7 operating system for your HP ProBook 4415s laptop. It is a free utility service provided by Microsoft especially for its users.
The users are free to change the settings of the Windows operating system, depending on their needs. This process of making changes in the settings of the operating system that you have installed on your HP ProBook 4415s laptop is called configuration. This is applicable to many options like Windows Firewall, autoplay settings, parental control etc. This depends on how you want yourself and others (if any) to use your system.