Post Setup Configurations
If you have no abnormal indications and the system appears to be functioning normally, you can declare a job well done and give yourself a week off. If Setup did not complete or had significant errors, check the section, “Correcting Common Setup Problems,” in this chapter.
You may want to do a few things to tidy up. Here are a few hygiene checks you should perform.
The license agreement accompanying any Microsoft Windows product makes it very clear that the operating system is considered a part of the computer, no different than a chipset or the system BIOS. That's why most retail versions of Windows are called “upgrades,” on the assumption that you must have received a Windows operating system with ...