Upgrading 32-bit Vista versions to 64-bit Windows 7 versions, while retaining files, folders and programs.
I have two computers with Vista Home Premium 32-bit OEM versions on them. I want to upgrade both of them to Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit versions, without losing any files, folders or programs.
Can I use the same Family Pack license to upgrade both computers to Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit versions, then upugrade both32-bit versions to 64-bit versions using the same Family Pack license?
Will this keep the original files, folders and programs intact? Is this a reasonable process that will get both computers to 64-bit versions? Or should I just upgrade both computers to 32-bit versions of Windows 7, and live with it?