It will tell you if you need to update your drivers or apps to make them work in 7. Make a copy of your hard drive, just in case things go horribly wrong.The last thing before we get to the actual Windows 7 disc is to download and run the Windows Easy Transfer Wizard.Windows XP has officially been put out to pasture, while Windows Vista users are no longer receiving mainstream support (free patches and fixes).
This will allow you to back up all your files and settings to an external hard drive. Launch the wizard and make sure your external drive is plugged in.
You can send your data to a network location; in this example we're choosing an external drive.
As before, make sure that you broadcast a Yes, using the JNI registry classes.
A bigger issue is that your app probably doesn't run elevated. If you only want a small portion of your app to run elevated (i.e.
It will let you know if your computer can handle any version of Windows 7. Windows 7 will put your data in a file for you, but it won't reinstall your apps.