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When I first bought my netbook, I was thinking about portability. It seems I forgot that I was a moderate power user. After trying MANY things to get it up to the performance of a regular computer, I now realize that there's no way that's possible. So my question: Is there anything like Migration Assistant for Windows 7 to Windows 7 migration that would copy over files, accounts, settings, and anything else important? I've found a myriad of programs for XP to 7 migration, but that doesn't really help me.

Thanks in advance,

Danny

asked Oct 01 '11 at 15:30

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There's a built-in Windows Easy Transfer, you can give it a go.

answered Oct 01 '11 at 16:39

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Windows already has a migration program built in. The things you need to get it done can be easily done with windows built in tool

answered Oct 01 '11 at 17:58

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