How to Upgrade Windows Vista Business to Ultimate
Upgrade Windows Vista Business to Ultimate by inserting the upgrade disc for Windows Vista Ultimate, entering the product key and following the steps when prompted. Get additional features, such as Dream Scheme and language packs, with Vista Ultimate using instructions from a network engineer and IT specialist in this free video on Microsoft Windows Vista.
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Windows Vista Business is basically a stripped down version of Windows Vista Ultimate. So to upgrade from Vista Business to Ultimate it's not a very hard process at all. What you'll do is you'll take the installation media, the; usually it's a DVD: Windows Vista Ultimate. Put it into the computer and it'll step you through, it'll step you through. You'll have to enter in the key on what is Vista Ultimate. You will keep all the programs that you already have installed on Windows Vista Business already so you don't have to go through and and reinitialize your settings or anything like that. It'll keep all those settings from Business over to Ultimate. What you'll gain by doing it is all the home features that is not; that are not on Windows Vista Business, primarily Windows Media Center is is the main thing probably you're going after or the Windows Vista Ultimate extras like: dream scheme content, language packs, the extra games and thing like that. It also the home feature or home features also give you couple of more games with it as well. A standard that's with Windows Vista Home Premium, like pinball and and chess, things like that. So those are the features that you'll gain, plus you'll keep the networking benefits of Windows Vista Business as well. So Ultimate is actually the best of both worlds all together in one operating system. That's why it's on an installation DVD instead of installation CD's.