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    Post How to Uninstall Windows 8, Install Windows 7 on Your PC

    Since the questions has come up already more than once,
    Following are some links, in no particular order to tutorials/instructions involved in the process.



    For those encountering issues with hard drives set with GPT,
    You can see if the software MiniTool assists,

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    Good to know. Thanks!
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    Gartner: Enterprises will snub Microsoft's faster release tempo and stick with Windows 7

    Ballmer doesn't get it, says Gartner analyst: Businesses don't want to deal with annual Windows updates

    Enterprises will standardize on Windows 7 and Office 2010 and will ignore Microsoft's newer operating system and suite for years, research firm Gartner predicted.

    "There's a good chance that enterprises will stay on Windows 7 as long as possible," said Gartner analyst Michael Silver in an interview last week after hosting an hourlong presentation at the firm's annual IT conference in Orlando, Fla...



    Full story available at InfoWorld,
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    Exactly what I'm looking for.
    Still prefer Window7 .

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    Thanks for your information, I think that many people have the same doubt but they do not ready to ask other. I also have the same doubt now I get solution to my problem.

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