• Lab 1.2 Install or Upgrade to Windows 7
  • Lab 1.3 Navigate and Customize Windows 7
  • Lab 1.4 Manage Windows 7 Libraries
  • Lab 1.5 Download and Use Microsoft Security Essentials
  • Lab 1.6 Install and Use Windows XP Mode and Windows Virtual PC
  • Lab 1 Determine Hardware Compatibility with Windows 7




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    Lab 1.1 Determine Hardware Compatibility with Windows 7

    Review Questions


    1. Do your system and all its installed devices qualify for Windows 7? If not, list any components or devices that do not qualify.
      Answers may vary

    2. If your system does not have an internal DVD or CD drive and is not connected to a network, can you still install Windows 7 from DVD? What device can you use for the installation?

    Yes. Use an external DVD drive, a network resource, or a USB flash drive.

    1. Why is it possible for a device to not be listed on the Windows 7 Compatibility Center, but the device still work under Windows 7?

    The product manufacturer provides Windows 7 drivers for the device, but chose not to have Microsoft test and/or certify the device for Windows 7.

    1. Is it possible to install a USB device in a Windows 7 computer when you can only obtain Windows 98 drivers for the device?

    No

    1. If you cannot find Windows 7 drivers for your network card but the other components in a system qualify for Windows 7, how can you still install Windows 7?

    Replace the network card with a newer one before you install Windows 7.

    Lab 1.2 Install or Upgrade to Windows 7

    Review Questions


    1. Was the Windows 7 installation a success? If so, what did you find to be most challenging about the upgrade process?

    Answers may vary

    1. Using Disk Managemeno find out how much free space is on drive C:. Also, how much space did the Windows 7 installation use?

    Answers may vary

    1. What is the size of the Windows.old folder? What is the purpose of this folder?

    Answers for first question may vary.

    The purpose of the Windows.old folder is to hold the older Vista installation. The folder can later be deleted to free up disk space.



    1. When performing a clean install of Windows, setup gives you the opportunity to create a user account and password during the installation process. Why do you think setup skipped this step in an upgrade installation?

    Because the upgrade installation carries forward into the Windows 7 installation all user accounts and passwords already installed in the Vista installation.

    Lab 1.3 Navigate and Customize Windows 7

    Review Questions


    1. How do you open a new tab in Internet Explorer?

    Click the New Tab button near the top of the window

    1. How do you display a Jump List for an application?

    Right-click the application icon in the taskbar

    1. How do you pin an application’s icon to the taskbar?

    Open the application. Right-click the application icon in the taskbar and select Pin this program to taskbar from the Jump List

    1. How do you quickly minimize all open windows except one?

    Shake the window that you want to stay open. All others will minimize.

    1. How can you quickly cause a window to take up the right half of the screen?

    Drag the window to the far right so that your cursor hits the right side of the screen. The window will snap into position.

    Lab 1.4 Manage Windows 7 Libraries

    Review Questions


    1. Which four libraries does Windows 7 create by default?

    Answer: Documents, Music, Pictures, and Videos

    1. Which two folders are included in the Documents library by default?

    Answer: My Documents and Public Documents folders

    1. Which dialog box is used to change the save location of a library?

    Answer: The library’s Properties dialog box

    1. What are the steps to create a new library?

    Answer: Select Libraries in Windows Explorer and then click New library. Type the name for the new library.

    Lab 1.5 Download and Use Microsoft Security Essentials

    REVIEW QUESTIONS


    1. During this lab, what were the purposes of the two new icons added to your Windows desktop?

    Answer: One icon represented the downloaded file used to install Microsoft Security Essentials. The other icon is the shortcut to Microsoft Security Essentials.

    1. What is the name of the executable program file for Microsoft Security Essentials (not the downloaded file)?

    Answer: msseces.exe

    1. What is the name of the file you downloaded to install Microsoft Security Essentials? Based on the file name, is your system a 32-bit OS or a 64-bit OS?

    Answer: If mssefullinstall-x86fre-en-us-vista-win7.exe is downloaded, the system is a 32-bit OS. If mssefullinstall-amd64fre-en-us-vista-win7.exe was downloaded, the system is a 64-bit OS.

    1. Which tab on the Microsoft Security Essentials window do you use to find out the Virus definitions version and the Spyware definitions version?

    Answer: The Update tab

    Lab 1.6 Install and Use Windows XP Mode and Windows Virtual PC

    REVIEW QUESTIONS


    1. What is the name of the installation file used to install Windows XP Mode?

    Answer: WindowsXPMode_en-us.exe

    1. What is the name of the installation file used to install Windows Virtual PC in a 64-bit installation of Windows 7?

    Answer: Windows6.1-KB958559-x64.msu

    1. If your system does not support hardware-assisted virtualization, how can you use Windows XP Mode?

    Answer: By downloading and installing the Microsoft patch to override the requirement

    1. If legacy software does not work in Windows 7, what should you try before you use Windows XP Mode? Why?

    Answer: Compatibility Mode because it does not drain system resources as much as does Windows XP Mode

    1. Hardware-assisted virtualization might be listed in BIOS settings under another name. What is another name for HAV used by the BIOS for the computer mentioned in this lab?

    Answer: VT (virtualization technology)




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