Setting up Windows® 7 in Samsung® NB30
Samsung NB30 has a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, 10.1 inch, 1024x600 pixel display and it offers more than enough power for basic day to day tasks such as surfing the web with multiple browser tabs open. It also supports light multitasking and you should have no problem, for example, editing a document while listening to music and keeping an instant messenger window open. Around the sides of Samsung NB30 you will find your usual array of ports including three USB ports, Ethernet, microphone, headphone, and VGA jacks, and space for a lock. Some of its special features which really do make it stand out include the scratch-resistant case, and spill-resistant keyboard which can handle up to 50cc of water as long as it’s wiped clean within ten seconds.
You can choose to activate Windows 7 either through the phone or Internet. If you choose not to activate Windows 7 during the installation, you can do so at any time within the next 30 days. Activation through the Internet is the most convenient option, but if you prefer to activate via the phone, simply call the toll-free number and provide the requested details to the Microsoft representative at the other end of the line.
You can choose to register Windows 7 but if you do not want to register then you can skip this step. If you register your details with Microsoft, it would allow you to receive messages and e-mail notifications from them regarding the most modern updates released for Windows 7. You could get e-mails on promotion and a number of other offers that Microsoft provides to its customers.
Once installed, the operating system can be configured by the user; the configuration of the operating system basically determines the accessibility and privileges for its customers. Presently Windows 7 is built with the limited user account and the account will be given administrator rights. It will prompt the user before the programs are allowed to run on the PC. If you configure the system precisely then you can prevent unauthorized running of programs and access to the system.