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A(n) ______ is the set of options you have to upgrade from one Windows oprating system to another.

Upgrade Path

______ is the process of verifying that your copy of Windows is genuine and that it is not in use on more than the number for wich you own licenses.

Activation

A ______ -bit computer is also designated as x86.

32-bit

A(n) ______ installation replaces your current version of Windows with Windows 7 while retaining your files, settings, and programs.

Upgrade

The ______ method involves manual installation of Windows 7 from media such as a DVD or USB drive.

HTI (High Touch Installation)

Windows 7 ______ is targeted mainly toward small buissness users.

Windows 7 Professional

Windows 7 ______ is a retail version that includes BitLocker and AppLocker.

Windows 7 Ultimate

______ is a fully automated, touchless method of installing Windows.

ZTI (Zero Touch Installation)

______ is a server role for Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2 that allows for mostly automated installation of Windows 7 over a network.

Windows Deployment Services

To use Windows Anytime Upgrade to preform an in-place upgrade, you must buy an ______ from Microsoft or your preffered retailer.

Upgrade Key

Wich edition of Windows 7 does NOT support x64 CPUs?


a. Starter


b. Home Basic


c. Home Premium


d. Proffessional

Starter

Wich Edition of Windows 7 are widely available in the retail sector? (Choose all that apply.)


a. Home Premium


b. Professional


c. Ultimate


d. Enterprise


Home Premium


Professional


Ultimate

Which edition of Windows 7 requires a Software Assurance Agreement with Microsoft?

a. Home Premium
b. Professional
c. Ultimate
d. Enterprise

Enterprise

Which of the following features is not included in Windows 7 Professional?

a. Encrypting File System
b. Windows XP Mode
c. Support for joining domains
d. BitLocker

BitLocker

Which tool scans your computer and produces a report of any Windows 7 compatibility issues with your computer?

a. Windows 7 Compatibility Center
b. Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor
c. Windows Easy Transfer
d. Windows Anytime Upgrade

Windows 7 Compability Center

Which Windows 7 installation method uses System Center Configuration Manager for deployment across a network?

a. HTI
b. LTI
c. ZTI
d. Windows Anytime Upgrade

ZTI

You can use the upgrade installation method when upgrading from Windows Vista Business to which of the following? (Choose all that apply.)

a. Windows 7 Home Basic
b. Windows 7 Home Premium
c. Windows 7 Professional
d. Windows 7 Ultimate

Windows 7 Professional


Windows 7 Ultimate

What are two common methods for determining if your computer is running a 32–bit or 64–bit version of Windows 7 or Windows Vista?



a. Run Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor.
b. Open the Computer window.
c. Open the System window.
d. Run the System Information utility

Open the Computer window


or


Run the System Information Utility

Where might a Windows 7 product key be located? (Choose all that apply.)



a. On the installation disc holder inside the Windows package


b. On a sticker on the back or bottom of your computer


c. On the installation media itself


d. In a confirmation e–mail if you purchased and downloaded Windows 7 online

On the installation disc holder inside the Windows package
or
On a sticker on the back or bottom of your computer
or
In a confirmation e–mail if you purchased and downloaded Windows 7 online

You must perform a custom installation to upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7?

True


A 1 GHz or faster 32–bit (x86) processor is required to run Windows 7?

False

You must register Windows 7 to run it?

False

The purpose of a Windows 7 product key is to help avoid illegal installations?

True

The Windows 7 Logo Program tests software to determine if it meets Windows 7 requirements?

True

32bit computer
A system with a 32bit central processing unit (CPU). A 32bit computer can address up to 4 gigabytes (GB) of random access memory (RAM). A 32bit computer is also designated as x86.
64bit computer
A system with a 64bit CPU. The amount of RAM a 64bit computer can address is limited by the computer’s motherboard, but is generally from 8 to 192 GB. A 64bit computer is also designated as x64.
activation
The process of verifying that a copy of Windows is genuine and that it is not in use on other computers other than the number for which the user owns a license.
application compatibility
Being able to run mostly error free in a certain operating system. The Windows 7 Compatibility Center and the Windows 7 Application Compatibility List for IT Professionals can help users identify and resolve application compatibility issues with Windows 7.
cloud
From a computing perspective, the Internet or a server accessible over the Internet.
custom installation
A Windows 7 installation option that replaces the current version of Windows with Windows 7 but overwrites the user’s files, settings, and programs. Also referred to as a “clean” installation.
High Touch Installation (HTI)
An operating system installation method in which you use an installation DVD or USB drive and manually install the operating system on every computer. You must then also manually configure each system. HTI may include retail media or a standard image (ISO file).
image
An exact replica of a computer system.
Lite Touch Installation (LTI)
An operating system installation method that requires some human intervention in the early phase of the installation but is automated (or unattended) from that point on.
product key
A unique, alphanumeric code required by many software programs during installation. The purpose of a product key is to help avoid illegal product installations. Also called the product identification key or CD key.
upgrade installation
A type of Windows 7 installation that replaces the current version of Windows with Windows 7 while retaining the user’s files, settings, and programs. Also called an “in–place” installation.
upgrade path
In the context of operating systems, the options for upgrading from one operating system to another. For example, there are two primary choices when upgrading to Windows 7 from Windows Vista: a standard upgrade or a custom installation.
Windows 7
A PC desktop operating system that is much improved over Windows Vista and Windows XP. Windows 7 is faster and easier to install and set up, it’s more stable, and it has improved Start menu search functionality, and lots more. Windows 7 includes some unique features such as large and animated task thumbnails, homegroups, Jump Lists, libraries, and Windows XP Mode.
Windows 7 Home Premium
The edition that contains features aimed at the home market segment, such as Windows Aero, Windows Media Center, Remote Media Streaming, Internet TV, Backup and Restore, and multi–touch support. Windows 7 Home Premium provides adequate networking and security features to be useful in very small office environments.
Windows 7 Professional
The edition that’s targeted mainly toward small business users but appeals to power users as well. Windows 7 Professional includes all the features of Windows 7 Home Premium and adds the ability to join a Windows domain. Additional features include location–aware printing, acting as a Remote Desktop host (especially useful for tech support), Encrypting File System, and Windows XP Mode.
Windows 7 Ultimate
The edition that contains all of the same features as Windows 7 Home Premium and Windows 7 Professional, and includes the security applications such as BitLocker and AppLocker.
Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor
A utility that helps you determine if a computer can run Windows 7, which editions and features will work, and whether the computer has any compatibility issues.
Windows Deployment Services
A server role for Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2 that allows a user to press the F12 key, log on, and select an image for installation. After that, the installation can be automated.
Window Easy Transfer
A utility that enables a user to save files and settings on an external hard drive, and then “transfer” them to a new installation of Windows 7.
Zero Touch Installation (ZTI)
A fully automated, “touchless” method of installing Windows. An administrator uses System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to deploy and update servers, client computers, and all kinds of devices on a network.