You can use Acer e Recovery Management to back up the entire system and create a bootable CD/DVD.We highly recommend that you back up your full system volume to CD/DVD with Acer e Recovery Management to ensure that your personal data will not be lost during the system upgrade. Please follow these steps: Step 1: Back up your data before proceeding.And while these devices will be able to continue to run Windows Vista without a hitch, it is not recommended.End of support means that Microsoft will no longer update its in-built anti-virus solution, dubbed Security Essentials, which in turn means users will need to be extremely careful when using their device.To identify the manufacturer and model of the computer's video adapter or chipset, use the Direct X Diagnostic Tool included with Windows 8, Windows 7, and Vista.In Windows 8, if you're in Metro mode, choose Desktop, then open the Search Charm, which is where you type in dxdiag.
For XP: e Data Security v2.2.1084, 2.2.2086, 2.2.4087, 2.2.4088 For Vista: e Data Security v2.5.3028, 2.5.3032, 2.5.4032, 2.5.4033, 2.5.4034 Premium Ready, please click here. Step2: Back up personal data Before the upgrade, you should back up all your important data.Step 2: Reboot the system and press ALT-F10 during the POST to start Acer e Recovery Management and reinstall the 64-bit operating system. Step 4: The wizard will lead you through formatting the designated drive and installing the 64-bit operating system from the computer hard drive to the designated drive.This document describes how to install an updated version of the graphics driver on a computer that runs Windows 8, Windows 7, or Vista.Users complained about file transfers being slower than Windows XP, video games were sluggish, and on-screen prompts constantly pestered PC owners.But despite the harsh criticism of the operating system, Netmarket Share statistics show that Vista still runs on some 0.78 per cent of devices.