I have already done all the deleting and undoing of google that I could find and it hasn't helped a bit. In fact, it happens more often. I did a START/search for google and in the drop down (or pop up) box, DELETE is not an option. I really thought that would do the trick. I was wrong!
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If you are asking could you upgrade directly from Windowx XP to Windows 7 as a direct upgrade, the answer is yes but it's not recommended.
The much better method is to use Windows Easy Transfer to move your important files from your computer onto an external hard drive. After all your files are backed up safely, it's best to start the Windows 7 install and when you get to the "Upgrade" or "Custom (advanced)" screen to choose Custom. This will open up the drive view. Click on "Drive options (advanced)" which will bring up the ability to delete the partitions.
If you find that you have more than one shaded area in the Drive 0 bar, you have more than one partition. Unless you have experience creating and modifying partitions, only delete the partitions on Disc 0 which are marked Drive (C:). Otherwise, you can decide what partitions you need to delete to make enough room for Windows 7.
I'm not sure if you've already done your homework or not but before you upgrade to Windows 7, run the update advisor to ensure your system and software is Windows 7 ready and make sure to collect the hardware drivers that work with the exact version of Windows 7 you are installing... 32 bit and 64 bit are totally different monsters!!!
Having all of your software install disks on hand, and all your backups (and a bootable copy of the backup software!!) and Windows 7 hardware drivers on an external hard drive is the best way to approach an upgrade.
It depends on which browser you are using (i.e. Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox or Apple Safari) but the general rule is to look for a "settings" or "options" menu point either in "File" or "Help" on the menu bar (across the top of the desktop). Once you are there you should be able to locate a "Home Page" option that you can type in www.google.com and then hit save. The option may say "Home page" and have an address already listed or it may say "Open to a specific page" with an address listed. You can delete that page and type in www.google.com as before.
do you mean someone sent you with virus attached before that is why you encountered a problem which you can not open an email even though it was been already scan with anti virus. ok since your account has been compromised or hacked you will need to check of the following things.account securitysettings >accounts and import>google account settings>change password (choose a new password)settings> accounts and import>google account settings>change password recovery options ( you can verify secret question, sms and secondary email address) potential spam settings> general > signature settings> general > vacation Responder ( make sure it was empty or it was disabled ) email theftsettings>accounts and import > send mail as ( just make sure using the correct email address)hope this can help to fix the problem that was you encountered good luck.
Open Internet Explorer, click on tools then internet options. In the first tab, under browsing history select delete... have check marks in everything except Form data, Passwords, and InPrivate Filtering data. Now click delete. Depending on how full you histroy is, this can take a bit to complete. Once completed, close IE and try to log back into facebook. If this still does not work, search for facebook on google, and try again. If the search option works, delete you current shortcut to facebook and re-add from the open page.