Upgrade Windows® 7 in Toshiba® Satellite Pro T110
Tips to Upgrade Windows 7 in Toshiba Satellite Pro T110
Toshiba Satellite Pro T110 is the lightest device in the satellite series that has a complete configuration despite its small size. Its large keyboard, touchpad and palm-rest area makes it more comfortable to use. It has Intel Pentium SU2700 CPU, which is a low voltage single core CPU that doesn’t have Hyper-threading. The Toshiba Satellite Pro T110 is delivered with Windows 7 Home Premium OS. It has a 4GB RAM. If 32 bit version of Windows 7 is used, only 2.58GB of RAM will be available for you. If 64 bit version is used, you will be able to use 3.84GB. If you upgrade Windows 7 Home Premium to any other version, more features can be added to your Toshiba Satellite Pro T110.
The following information gives you an idea about how to upgrade Windows 7 and the things to consider while upgrading:
- Upgrade to Windows 7 Professional
- Upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate
- Things to consider while upgrading
Upgrade to Windows 7 Professional
Toshiba Satellite Pro T110 is preinstalled with Windows 7 Home Premium, which is designed for personal users and it has features like Windows Media Center, Windows aero and Multi-touch. By upgrading from Windows 7 Home Premium to Windows 7 Professional, which is designed for power users and small business users, you can have some extra features along with Windows 7 Home Premium features like location aware printing, encrypting file system, presentation mode etc. You could also run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP mode.
Upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate
Windows 7 Ultimate is the latest version among Windows 7 operating systems. It has more features than Windows 7 Home premium and Professional. Using Windows anytime upgrade, Windows 7 Professional users have the option to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate for a fee. Ultimate makes for ease of use with the entertainment features of Home Premium. The business capabilities of Professional and the ability to run Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP mode are enabled by the upgrade. Bit Locker is another important feature in which you can encrypt data for security and also you can work in any of the 35 languages available.
First you need to figure out which edition you want. You need to decide between 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Not all computers support 64-bit OS. For supporting 64-bit OS, you need 64-bit-capable CPU. If you are using 32-bit version, you can only upgrade to 32-bit versions of Windows 7. If you download Windows 7 versions from Internet, you have the option to allow Microsoft to inspect your computer and check for any problems. Download only from a reliable source. Otherwise there is a chance of downloading malware alongwith the OS, that may corrupt your software. Also before upgrade take a copy of all important files and folders in a storage device.