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I have some questions about windows 7 before upgrading.

Is windows 7 HP smaller in size than vista HP 64bit? If so, once I install windows 7 Hp, will I recuperate the leftover gigs that were used by vista HP 64bit?

Should I remove my vista programs before upgrading and re-installing once the upgrading is done? Will my vista programs work in windows 7?

Does window 7 bring a fax program as windows xp?

Can I install it in more than 1 pc?

Should I wait in purchasing windows 7 until all glitches, if any, are worked up?

is it easy to install?

Thatís all the questions I have. Iím a disabled person on a budget and wanted to know this before spending $120.

Thank you.
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http://www.microsoft...de-advisor.aspx

Well that will solve all of the 2nd set of questions.

Question 1. The install size of Win7 is about the same as Vista. Yes you can recover that space back.

There is a Fax. Windows Fax.

http://www.microsoft...s/fax-scan.aspx

No you can not install it on more than 1 PC. 1 Serial = 1 PC.

No you shouldnt wait.

It is as easy to install as Vista was.
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