With the help of a lot of research and ingenious software developing, Windows 8 installation is certain to become smoother, faster and much simpler than Windows 7. It has also been unraveled that there will now be 82% fewer clicks and a big reduction in the installation time.
Microsoft will be able to pre-key the setup image for each and every one of its users. In addition to that, the Upgrade Advisor, Setup, and Windows Easy Transfer have been combined in one single experience for Windows 8 in order to simplify things and reduce as much time as possible.
New Windows 8 Setup process
I am fairly certain that you may have all seen that in a new Building Windows 8 blog post, the software giant has revealed how to make little changes can translate on big improvements. When you are in the process of upgrading the new Windows 8 Setup, you will have to scan the user’s computer and try to determine any possible issues. You are sure to find that the Windows 8 Setup detects whether there is an issue that needs to be communicated to the user, as well as instructions on how to remedy the situation and whether or not to spend money on improvement of Windows 8.
New Windows 8 download manager
The next important feature is a new integrated download manager that provides validation, the ability to pause, resume, and re-download parts that are not working properly. The setup process will already have detected all the components in your computer, and there will no need to ask for language or operating system architecture.
Users will have the choice to be able to install Windows right from Windows, or install on another partition. Also Microsoft will offer to save the downloaded installation files into an ISO file format or create a bootable media so as to install the operating system at a later point of time.
When you reach the next setup process step, you will be asked whether or not you want to keep their personal files, Windows settings and applications. Windows 8 upgrade will also assist in wiping clean everything and proceed with the upgrade. The new option “Just personal files” will be able to simplify the process by permitting the user to do a clean install of Windows 8 and by still keeping their personal files, and without needing to use Windows Easy Transfer.
This article has therefore successfully compared the process of installation of Windows 8 when compared to Windows 7.