Set-up Windows® XP in Lenovo® G460 laptop
Do you want to set-up Windows XP operating system in your Lenovo G460 laptop?
Lenovo G460 is an entertainment laptop that comes configured with the latest Intel Core i3 or Intel Core i5 processor which clock at a speed of 2.26GHz. The operating system that comes preloaded in Lenovo G460 laptop is Windows 7 Home Premium. The laptop features 14.0" WXGA LED Backlight TFT screen with a resolution of 1366x768. The laptop has a RAM of 4 GB and Intel HD graphics card. You can easily install Windows XP operating system in Lenovo G460 laptop, if needed. The setting up of the operating system is important after it has been installed on the laptop. The operation basically involves the activation, registration and the configuration process. The activation is basically done to see if the operating system that is installed on the system is genuine or not.
The tips to activate, register and configure Windows XP operating system in Lenovo G460 laptop are explained in the following points:
- Activating the operating system
- Registering the software
- Configuring Windows XP
Activating the operating system
Windows XP operating system comes with a 30 day time period within which you must activate it. You can activate it through the Internet, phone line, etc. The activation can be done very easily. You need to enter the product key that you have received with the operating system and allow the system to automatically activate when connected to the Internet. You can directly connect to the Microsoft activation server and activate Windows XP in Lenovo G460 laptop.
Registering the software
The registration of the operating system is not essential and you can skip the step while setting up of Windows XP in Lenovo G460 laptop. Registration involves entering your personal information that is needed to be registered with Microsoft. You can enter your e-mail ID and personal details so that you can receive the necessary information via e-mail notifications. This will include the latest updates as well as other information from Microsoft.
Configuring Windows XP
The configuration of Windows XP operating system can be done at any point after it has been installed on the system. The configuration of the operating system involves various steps, including setting the password for the system, changing the graphical appearance, selection of the startup programs, etc.