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I have windows vista. Icannot use adobe or acrobate reader and thus cannot access my bills on line. I would like to know how I can remove vista and install windows XP.Xp as far as I am concerned is a much superior program. Thank You

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I agree with u bout xp..jeje

if u rili want to switch to xp having a vista at u vista first,,u must have to back up all ur files before u do those task..coz there might some files of urs that u may need it..
then,,reformat ur pc,,and install the xp os..
and,,that's it..u have now a xp os..

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