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How should I upgrade from Windows Vista before it becomes unsupported?

I have a Compaq Presario CQ60-215DX. Can I upgrade from Vista to Windows 7 or 10?Leslie

Microsoft will stop supporting Windows Vista on 12 April, so you have less than a month to decide what to do. The short answer is, yes, you can upgrade from Vista to Windows 7 or to the latest Windows 10. Whether it’s worth it is another matter.

The main consideration is the hardware. PC manufacturers installed Vista from 2006 to 2009, so most of these machines will be eight to 10 years old. They are likely to have low specifications, by today’s standards, and their ageing hard drives are increasingly likely to fail. Users could upgrade these PCs to 4GB of memory and replace their hard drives with SSDs to prolong their life, but in many cases, it’s not worth it. They could buy something newer on eBay, or get a refurbished machine from a supplier such as Tier1online.

Bear in mind that doing hardware and software upgrades can involve quite a lot of work with an uncertain outcome. That’s fine for PC hobbyists, but if you were that sort of person, you wouldn’t be using Vista. In fact, you probably wouldn’t have bought a Presario CQ60-215DX. If yours has a dual-core AMD Athlon X2 QL-62 processor, it will be slow. If it has a single-core Sempron, it belongs in the bin.

People who have faster or newer Vista laptops should find they run better under Windows 10. The minimum useful spec is something like a 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo T8300 and 4GB of memory. This processor has a PassMark CPU score of 1482. Search for your CPU’s score at PassMark and see if it’s higher. If it’s much lower, drop the idea. Life’s too short.

If in doubt about Windows 10, try it for free. Anyone can install it at zero cost simply by not activating it (if you can cope with the nagging to buy it): see below.

You could also try installing a version of Linux, such as Mint 18.1, which is free. (If you have problems getting the Wireless LAN card to work, this might help.)

Linux is not directly compatible with programs such as Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Apple iTunes and other mainstream software. Check to see whether you will be able to run all your essentials on Linux, or find usable replacements.

Either way, make a clone of your hard drive first, so that you can go back to Vista if Windows 7/10/Linux doesn’t work properly.

From Vista to Windows 7

If I upgrade to Windows 7, do I need to upgrade my programs etc first?Lynn

The upgrade from Vista to Windows 7 is what Microsoft calls “an in-place upgrade”. All your current programs and data should stay the same as they were before. It is, of course, important to back up your PC and all your data first, because things sometimes go wrong.

Make sure that Vista is patched and up-to-date before upgrading. You could also update all your PC’s drivers to the latest versions – there’s some help online – and check your PC manufacturer’s website for Rom upgrades. However, you don’t need to upgrade your programs.

Windows 7 is no longer the current version, and there are scammers selling pirate copies, so caveat emptor. You will need to buy a version that is as good as or better than your current version of Vista. For example, you can upgrade from Vista Home Basic to Windows 7 Home Basic, Home Premium or Ultimate. However, you cannot go from Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Basic. See Windows 7 Upgrade Paths for more details.

Further, in-place upgrades have to go from 32-bit to 32-bit versions, or from 64-bit to 64-bit versions, not from 32-bit to 64-bit versions, or vice versa. You can upgrade from 32-bits to 64-bits – this is a good idea – but only by doing a “clean installation” that removes all your current software and data. To do this, select the Custom option instead of the usual Upgrade option.

One problem with upgrading to Windows 7 is that the DVD versions are now many years out of date. Once you’ve installed it, you have to download hundreds of updates, and many of them force reboots. The last time I did a clean installation of Windows 7, it was still installing updates three days later.

Either way, I don’t recommend upgrading to Windows 7 today, unless it’s a stepping stone to Windows 10. Windows 10 is much better than Windows 7, and it’s improving all the time. Also, Windows 7 reaches the end of its life in 2020, though you may need to buy a new PC before then.

Upgrading to Windows 10

I have a decent PC running Vista – fast processor, 8GB of memory. Is there an easy way to wipe it clean and do a new install of Windows 10? I have my data files backed up. Tim

You cannot do an in-place upgrade from Vista to Windows 10, and therefore Microsoft did not offer Vista users a free upgrade. However, you can certainly buy an upgrade to Windows 10 and do a clean installation. (In fact, it doesn’t matter which way round you do it. You can install Windows 10 first and then go to the online Windows Store to pay for it.)

You don’t need to wipe your current copy of Vista: the clean installation will take care of it.

To do a clean installation, you can either follow Microsoft’s instructions and create a DVD or thumbdrive, or you can buy a retail copy. (With retail copies, you can remove a copy of Windows from one PC and install it on another. You can’t do that with pre-installed versions, which are locked to the hardware on which they are first installed.)

Technically, it’s too late to get a free upgrade from Windows 7 or 8/8.1 to Windows 10. However, even after last year’s deadline, Microsoft kept providing upgrades when users typed in their Windows 7 product keys. That may still work. Also, Microsoft has left a loophole by offering free upgrades to people who need assistive technologies such as screen readers. This could obviously be withdrawn at any time.

Alternatively, you could get a free copy of Windows 10 by joining Microsoft’s Insider testing program and do a clean installation of that.

Finally, you could skip past the product key screens and use Windows 10 without activating it. Some features are limited, it puts a watermark on your desktop and it will nag you to buy a copy, but it’s still a vast improvement on Vista and costs the same as Linux (ie: nothing).

Of course, Microsoft could clamp down on non-activated copies one day. However, Microsoft wants people to move to Windows 10 so, at the moment, it’s putting adoption ahead of profits. And once you’ve installed Windows 10, all future upgrades are free.

Have you got another question for Jack? Email it to Ask.Jack@theguardian.com

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Windows Compatibility with Live

  • Live Versions: 9, 10
  • Operating System: Windows

Live 10 Compatibility

Live 10 is fully compatible with Windows 10 (64-bit), Windows 8 (64-bit) and Windows 7 (SP 1- 64-bit).

Note: Live 10 is not compatible with any 32-bit version of Windows.

Live 9 Compatibility

Live 9 is fully compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows 7 (SP 1). You can download the latest Live version from your User Account.

Live 9 is compatible with the legacy operating systems Windows XP and Vista only up to version Live 9.1.10. Download links to the Live 9.1.10 installers can be found in our download archive. 

Note: When updating to any new Operating System, make sure that all of your third party plug-ins, hardware drivers and other software programs are officially supported on that OS. Make backups of any important data before upgrading your operating system. If you are working on any time-critical projects, we recommend staying with your current OS for the time being.

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File Name: Ethno_2.0.3_Mac.zip
Type: updater
Date: 2012/12/14
Language: english
Version: 2.0.3
Size: 339.0MB
Platform: Mac OSX

Ethno Instrument 2.0.3 (Mac OS X)

This is a maintenance update of Ethno Instrument. It requires a previously installed and authorized Ethno Instrument version 2.0.0, 2.0.1 or 2.0.2 to install.

This version is a routine maintenance update and is recommended for all Ethno 2 users.

Please refer to the 2.0.3 update notes contained in the download for a complete summary of changes in this version.

Unzip the archive, double-click the updater package, and follow the on-screen instructions.

Ethno 2.0.3 Update Notes

File Name: Ethno_2.0.3_Win64.zip
Type: updater
Date: 2012/12/14
Language: english
Version: 2.0.3
Size: 162.9MB
Platform: Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit

Ethno Instrument 2.0.3 (Windows 64-bit)

This is a maintenance update of Ethno Instrument. It requires a previously installed and authorized Ethno Instrument version 2.0.0, 2.0.1 or 2.0.2 to install.

This version is a routine maintenance update and is recommended for all Ethno 2 users.

Please refer to the 2.0.3 update notes contained in the download for a complete summary of changes in this version.

Unzip the archive, double-click Setup64.exe, and follow the on-screen instructions.

Ethno 2.0.3 Update Notes

File Name: Ethno_2.0.3_Win32.zip
Type: updater
Date: 2012/12/14
Language: english
Version: 2.0.3
Size: 206.0MB
Platform: Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows 7 32-bit

Ethno Instrument 2.0.3 (Windows 32-bit)

This is a maintenance update of Ethno Instrument. It requires a previously installed and authorized Ethno Instrument version 2.0.0, 2.0.1 or 2.0.2 to install.

This version is a routine maintenance update and is recommended for all Ethno 2 users.

Please refer to the 2.0.3 update notes contained in the download for a complete summary of changes in this version.

Unzip the archive, double-click Setup32.exe, and follow the on-screen instructions.

Ethno 2.0.3 Update Notes

File Name: Ethno_2.0.1_Win32.zip
Type: updater
Date: 2010/05/07
Language: english
Version: 2.0.1
Size: 186.9MB
Platform: Windows XP

Ethno Instrument 2.0.1 (Windows XP 32-bit)

This is a maintenance update of Ethno Instrument running under Windows XP (32-bit). It requires a previously installed and authorized Ethno Instrument version 2.0 or later to install. This update includes a key range display for all instrument presets as well as other changes. Please refer to the update notes contained in the archive for all changes in this version.

PLEASE NOTE: if you are running Windows Vista or later, please download and use Ethno version 2.0.2 or later, available on the Windows download page.

Unzip the archive, double-click Setup32.exe, and follow the on-screen instructions.

Ethno 2.0.1 Update Notes

File Name: Ethno_2.0.1_Win64.zip
Type: updater
Date: 2010/05/07
Language: english
Version: 2.0.1
Size: 137.0MB
Platform: Windows XP Pro

Ethno Instrument 2.0.1 (Windows XP 64-bit)

This is a maintenance update of Ethno Instrument running under Windows XP Pro (64-bit). It requires a previously installed and authorized Ethno Instrument version 2.0 or later to install. This update includes a key range display for all instrument presets as well as other changes. Please refer to the update notes contained in the archive for all changes in this version.

PLEASE NOTE: if you are running Windows Vista or later, please download and use Ethno version 2.0.3 or later, available on the Windows download page.

Unzip the archive, double-click Setup64.exe, and follow the on-screen instructions.

Ethno 2.0.1 Update Notes

File Name: SetupEthnoInstr_1.0.1.zip
Type: updater
Date: 2007/02/02
Language: english, japanese
Version: 1.0.1b2
Size: 76.739MB
Platform: Windows XP, Windows XP Pro

Ethno Instrument 1.0.1 Public Beta

Pre-release public beta version of Ethno Instrument including standalone, VST, DXI and RTAS versions. This is an update of version 1.0 for registered Ethno instrument users.

Before installing, download and install the iLok Driver update (see link below; install appropriate x32 or x64 drivers). After installing iLok Driver update, unzip Ethno install archive, and run SETUP.

iLok Drivers Update Install

File Name: SetupEthnoInstr_1.0.1.zip
Type: application
Date: 2007/02/02
Language: english, japanese
Version: 1.0.1b2
Size: 72.3MB
Platform: Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows Vista 64-bit

Ethno Instrument 1.0.1 Public Beta

Pre-release public beta version of Ethno Instrument for Vista x32 and x64. (note: RTAS version is included, but may not be compatible pending a Vista compatible RTAS host). This is an update of version 1.0 for registered Ethno instrument users.

Before installing, download and install the iLok Driver update (see link below; install appropriate x32 or x64 drivers). After installing iLok Driver update, unzip Ethno Instrument install archive, and run SETUP.

iLok Drivers Update Install

File Name: ethno_instr_1.0.1.zip
Type: application
Date: 2006/09/20
Language: english, japanese
Version: 1.0.1
Size: 77.1MB
Platform: Mac OSX

Ethno Instrument 1.0.1 OSX Universal Binary

This update installs Ethno Instrument version 1.0.1 in all supported formats, including stand-alone, AU, MAS, RTAS, and VST. All formats are installed in Universal Binary form compatible with both Intel and PowerPC Macs. Along with Universal Binary (Intel Mac) support, this update includes many enhancements and is therefore recommended for both PowerPC and Intel Mac users. Refer to the installer's Update Notes for more information.

This installer requires OSX 10.3.9 or higher on PowerPC Macs and 10.4.x on Intel Macs. It also requires a full install, including iLok authorization, of Ethno Instrument version 1.0.0.

To install: unzip the archive, run the installer and follow the on-screen installer instructions.

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