Right now I have a machine with 3 physical hard drives on it. Each hard drive is close to 99% full.
Is it better to install Win 7 on a new partition, so that the machine will be all "fresh and new", and can run super fast, instead of installing on top of Vista, which already runs quite slowly due to various application installations.
So I can move the C: drive data, about 30GB of it to a 2TB external drive on another machine, and then, make a new partition on C: using that 30GB, and then install Win 7 fresh on that new partition. Is that a good, recommended solution?
Can the Win 7 Upgrade version do this job? (since it is not a Full version, can it be installed on a new partition? or must it be installed "on top of" Vista?) thanks.