Setup Windows® 7 in Lenovo® IdeaPad Z360
Process of setting up Windows 7 in Lenovo IdeaPad Z360
The Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 has the Intel Core i3 processor that can clock 2.26 GHz and the Intel Core i5 processor that can clock 2.4 GHz. The system comes with a primary memory of 4 GB that can run a number of applications and the laptop can support a bigger RAM when the system is run on a 64 bit operating system. The screen of the Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 comes with a smaller screen size which is about 13.3”. The graphics card on the system is the Intel HD graphics card, and can be further upgraded to the NVIDIA GeForce 310M. The laptop has the features needed for wireless connectivity such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The system comes preloaded with the latest Windows 7 Operating System.
The steps to setup Windows 7 by activating, registering and configuring it are explained in the following points:
- Windows 7 Activation
- Registering the Windows 7
- Configuring the operating system
Windows 7 Activation
The Windows 7 activation is done at the end of the setup; it is a fundamental step to see if the software that is running on the laptop is an original Microsoft product. The activation can be done via an Internet connection. The activation is done at the end of the setup process; the product key that has been entered for the Windows 7 Operating System is checked during the activation process. The product key is validated online; you can manually activate your Windows 7, if this process is not needed, from the Control Panel. If an Internet connection is not available for the laptop, then you can activate the operating system through a phone line.
Registering the Windows 7
The registration of Windows 7 is a simple process where you enter your personal details and register it with Microsoft. The registration of Windows 7 will help you get notifications and emails about the latest offers that Microsoft provides to its users. You will be notified of the important updates on the system and the information that is needed to effectively use Windows 7.
The configuration of the operating system can be done at any point after it has been installed on the system. The configuration of the operating system is initially done to set important features like setting the password to the system and the different individuals that are given access to the system. The other configuration on the system involves configuring the start up programs and the services that need to be run in the background.