Ako planirate da pređete sa Windows XP na Windows 7, možete preuzeti vrlo koristan utility:
Windows Easy Transfer for transferring from Windows XP (32 bit) to Windows 7
Use Windows Easy Transfer to copy your files, photos, music, e-mail, settings, and more from a computer running Windows XP to a computer running Windows 7. You can transfer data using an Easy Transfer Cable, removable media, or across a network
File Name: wet7xp_x86.exe
Date Published: 9/15/2009
Download Size: 7.3 MB
This software installs Windows Easy Transfer on a computer running the 32-bit version of Windows XP so you can copy your files, photos, music, e-mail, settings, and more to a computer running Windows 7. If your computer is running another version of Windows, you can download other versions of Windows Easy Transfer by following this link.
This software is already built into Windows 7, so it is not necessary to install it on a computer running Windows 7.
Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP
Windows Easy Transfer supports the following operating systems:
1) Windows XP (SP2 and higher) to Windows 7
2) Windows Vista (SP1 and higher) to Windows 7
Windows Easy Transfer supports transfers using any of the following methods:
1) USB Easy Transfer Cable
2) Network connection
3) Removable media (such as a USB flash drive or external hard disk)
Download and install Windows Easy Transfer on your computer running Windows XP PC.
First open and run Windows Easy Transfer on your computer running Windows XP.
Then open and run Windows Easy Transfer on your computer running Windows 7.
You can open the Windows 7 version of Windows Easy Transfer by clicking the Start button. In the search box, type “Easy Transfer” and then click Windows Easy Transfer.
Follow the instructions in the wizard to select and transfer your data.
You can transfer files and settings using a network, USB Easy Transfer Cable, removable media, or an external hard drive.
Windows Easy Transfer does not migrate installed programs.
Both computers must support the transfer method you choose. For example, if you choose to transfer the data across a network, both computers must be connected on the same network.