Procedure: Step 1: Switch on your PC and boot into Windows XP.Step 2: Insert your Windows 8 DVD or connect Windows 8 bootable USB to your PC (your can either use Refus tool or our create bootable USB guide).Windows XP's day of reckoning is finally here -- it will no longer receive security updates after Tuesday -- which means users should upgrade their computers to a more recent operating system or purchase a new machine.Not all PCs can upgrade to Microsoft's most recent versions of Windows, but many should be able to.Once the scan is done, you will see Install button. Your PC may restart twice or thrice during the installation.Step 9: Once the installation is done, you will see the Personalize screen where you pick color for the Start screen background, and tiles.
Step 7: Here, select Keep personal files only and click Next button start installing Windows 8.Also note that users who are running Windows XP 32-bit won’t be able to upgrade to Windows 8 x64.We recommend you have at least 20 GB of free disk space on your Windows XP drive.Users should be able to check their computer's specifications by right clicking on "My Computer" and choosing the "Properties" option.
From there, the requirements break down by the processor type.
But to upgrade to Windows 7, computers need to meet a few technical requirements.