Mr Alex

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1. Windows Easy Transfer supports two types of migrations, called Side by Side and Wipe and Load?

2. When a serious problem occurs with Windows 7, you might be able to repair it by starting the Windows PE operating system and running diagnostic tools, in this scenario, Windows PE is called by another name, which is:

Windows RE (Windows Recovery Environment) - name given to a Windows PE on a computer with Windows 7 already installed.

3. To migrate use profile information from one computer to another, you can use either Windows Easy Transfer - GUI or User State Migration Tool (USMT) – Command Line Interface

4. A computer running Windows PE will automatically reboot after 72 Hours

5. Windows Easy Transfer supports migration using any removable storage medium common to the two computers except Floppy Disks – They have insufficient capacity.

6. The Windows 7 component that enables the computer to support more than one language is called the MUI (Multi-Language User Interface)

7. The reason it is possible to remove the Windows 7 installation disk to supply the Setup program with drivers is that Windows PE run on a RAM disk.

8. To upgrade Windows XP to Windows 7, you must perform a Clean Install.

9. The files and settings that Windows Easy Transfer can migrate to a Windows 7 computer and primarily stored in User Profile Folder.

10. As a pre installation environment, Windows PE is a vast improvement over MS-DOS because it includes internal support for Networking and NTFS.

True/False

1. Windows PE is the latest version of the MS-DOS operating system. FALSE

2. It is possible to perform an in-place upgrade from any 32-bit version of Windows Vista to the 32-bit version of Windows 7. FALSE

3. To create a dual boot environment with Windows 7, you must have two…...

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