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Is it worth upgrading my old laptop to Windows 7 Operating System?

My blog reader Dave wonders if it’s worth getting PC World to upgrade his old laptop to Windows 7 Operating System.


I have an Advent 8109 laptop bought in 2006, and I would like to have Windows 7 system installed. PC World, from whom I purchased the laptop, can do this for £102 plus £49 installation fee.


You can sell about £ 150 – £ 160 for one at Christmas 8109, when you get on, it is difficult to justify the expenditure at 151 pounds, she changed into Windows 7 As usual, the Advent 8109 has an Intel Celeron 1.6 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and a 60GB hard drive for about 390 pounds, but I recommend 2 GB for Windows 7 Today, PC World is selling the Acer Aspire 5738 installed with 2.1 GHz Dual Core T4300, 3 GB of memory and a 250GB hard drive with Windows 7 for £ 399. Search 738,415 product code on the side of PC World. There are similar options from other providers, including Tesco Direct. I do buy, sell dear old PC and a new condition that is not the extra 100 pounds an insurmountable obstacle. In both cases, you must reinstall all your old software: PC World will save your data, but it will not reinstall all your old programs.

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