We are being bombarded with questions from people who received Windows 8 computers over the holidays. Their No. 1 question has nothing to do with managing the old-fashioned desktop or optimizing the Metro “Modern UI” Start screen for desktop use. The vast majority of people come to us with one plaintive request, often phrased in, uh, colorful language: How do I get Windows 7 working on this machine? I have programs which work on my windows 7 but not on my Windows 8.
By far the easiest solution is to return the computer to the vendor, then use Galen Gruman’s hints for hunting down and bagging a decent Windows 7 machine.
For many of you, though, that’s not an option.
Dont Worry. We provide service to install Windows 7 on your Windows 8 machine. If you still want to keep your windows 8, then try our dual boot installation service.
Call us or bring in your computer for an estimate. This service usually cost between $75 to $250 depending on what you want done. License for Windows 7 if required, need to be purchased from Microsoft.