Set-up Windows® 7 on Lenovo® ThinkPad SL510 Laptop
Lenovo ThinkPad SL510 is an alternative for users who don’t want to shell out money for higher end ThinkPad models. It comes with Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 processor and supported by Windows 7 Professional Operating System. Ports include three USB ports, an eSATA/USB combo port, HDMI, VGI, and audio jacks. It also includes an SDHC card slot and Express Card/34 for expansion. It is equipped with a 320GB hard drive. For network connectivity, it has got Intel 5100AGN and Bluetooth 2.0. Intel Graphics media accelerator 4500MHD is used for system graphics. Windows 7 Operating System is more reliable, more secure, and more productive that helps to deal with things you do every day more easily.
Activation, in a way, gets your copy of Windows 7 Operating System stamped from the manufacturer and making it legal. Windows activation, which is not completed within a given period of time, disables some Windows features and prevents you to use all the properties of your system after the activation period. Sometimes, you might not be able to update your system with the recent product updates from Microsoft. So, in order to derive benefit with all the features and enhancements, it is recommended to give importance to activate Windows 7.
The process of registration is optional. You can register your copy of Windows and receive e-mail with exclusive offers, tips, and advice for getting the most from Windows products and services. It is the process of entering information to sign up for tools and tips, product support, and other benefits. In order to register, go to the Windows registration website, fill in the requested information and you are done.
It is an advanced tool that can help to identify problems that might prevent Windows from starting correctly. You can start Windows common services and start up programs turned off and then turn them on one at a time. Configuration is intended to find and isolate problems but it is not a start up management program. To remove or turn off programs or services that run at startup, you can uninstall or change a program. You can do the settings for your desktop and user accounts too and configure your OS.