Upgrade Windows® XP in Toshiba® Satellite M500
Do you want to upgrade Windows XP in Toshiba Satellite M500?
Toshiba Satellite M500 is a new stylish notebook with lots of advanced features. It has a 14.1 inch widescreen excellent display. It has an inbuilt HD Widescreen AutoMacro Camera that helps the user to log in to the system without entering password and username. HD Widescreen AutoMacro Camera is embedded with Toshiba face recognition technology. The hard drive of Toshiba Satellite M500 features 3D motion sensor. This 3D motion sensor has shock absorber technology that helps in preventing data loss. It also helps to shutoff the hard drive in case of fall or vibration. Other features of Toshiba Satellite M500 include 6-in-1 bridge media slot which is capable of supporting memory stick, SD media, multimedia card etc. It comes pre-loaded with the Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium operating system. You can install Windows XP on your Toshiba Satellite M500 and could upgrade it to higher versions.
The following are the tips to upgrade Windows XP in Toshiba Satellite M500 and the things to look out for when upgrading:
- Upgrade software
- Upgrade Windows XP
- Unwanted files must be removed
While upgrading Windows XP certain existing software would not be compatible with the upgraded version. So you need to make sure that you have all the compatible software with you. It is possible to download the software for new version of Windows from the Microsoft website. Choose a trusted site for downloading software so that your system is not affected by virus.
Upgrade Windows XP
For improving the functionality of your system, you could upgrade your present operating system to any other higher versions. For this you need to make sure that you have the installation CD of the higher version. Make sure that you have the original CD with you to enjoy full functionality. You could perform clean installation of higher version OS to upgrade your present operating system. You can upgrade Windows XP from Microsoft website.
There might be certain unwanted files on your system. These files might affect the upgradation process. So make sure that all the unnecessary drivers, software and infected files are removed from your system before starting the upgradation process. There might be certain conflicts or you might face warnings and error messages while upgrading due to the presence of unwanted files.