Thursday, 17 May 2012

INSTALLATION : Software Installation



If you want to install new application software, you need to check:
  1. the hardware requirements demanded by the software, for example whether you have a Pentium 4 Processor
  2. other software requirements, such as DirectX 10 or Windows XP
Some new software needs special hardware and software specifications.

In this session, you will be guided through the installation of Microsoft Office XP. Check minimum hardware and system requirements:

  1. Windows 98
  2. 133 MHz Processor
  3. 24 MB RAM
  4. 245 MB of available hard disk space

Enter your name and initials in the User name and Initials fields, and Organization field, respectively. Enter the CD Key (the 25 characters located on the back of the CD's case and called Product Key) into the Product Key field. Click Next.

Read the End-User License Agreement. Select the “I accept the terms in the License Agreement" option, then click Next to continue.

Leave Install Now selected for the default install. Click Next.

A new window will appear, verifying the components that you wish to install. If the information is correct, click Install; otherwise click Back and make necessary changes.

Microsoft Office XP will install to your computer. The installation may take several minutes.

If the program installs correctly, a Microsoft Office XP window will appear, stating that the program has been installed successfully. Click OK to complete the installation.

Restart your computer. Save any opened documents or files before restarting to avoid data loss.
Microsoft Office icons will appear on your computer’s Desktop.

When you first open a program in Microsoft Office P suite, you will be prompted to register your software. You can use Microsoft Office up to 50 times before registration is mandatory.

If you do not register, you will not be able to use any of the programs in the Office XP suite beyond this limited usage.

To register, simply follow the instruction that Microsoft provides. The recommended and quickest way to register is via an online connection.

General Guide in installing Utility Program

  1. Make sure your computer meets the requirements of the utility you are     trying to install.
  2. The 'Readme’ file is usually located in the same directory as   installation program. Installation instructions are usually found in this file.
  3. When installing the utility, it is always advisable to first close or disable other programs that are still running.
  4. Most utilities contain an Auto Play feature that will automatically start     the setup screen for the program when the CD is run.
  5. Otherwise, you can open the My Computer window, and locate the     setup file manually.
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