Netbooks are getting popular these days. Netbooks are another form of Laptop which were originally designed to Access Internet and other small utility software, which does not require A lot of computing power and RAM. They are very Portable as size of netbooks vary from 5″ to 12″ and they weight about 1-3 Pounds (~1KG).
The basic idea behind developing netbook was carrying a computer which is light in weight and handy to use anywhere you want. They also Consumes less power and most of the netbook gives you a battery backup of > 3-4 hours. Netbooks typically run Windows XP and don’t use Vista as Vista is supposed to have a very memory consuming OS. But with the release of Windows you must be thinking of upgrading your netbook to Windows. But there comes the problem as Netbooks don;t have CD drive (to save space and make them compact) how to install Windows. There are 2 options – 1. You purchase a USB CD drive which can be plugged externally and used with your Netbook, 2. You hire some professional who own the necessary hardware to Upgrade the OS.
But we have a better solution for you. Here we giving you a easy tutorial, using which you can make your Pen Drive bootable and use that Pen Drive to Boot and install Windows…. All you need is a Pen Drive of 4Gb or more capacity and Windows installation files.