So I'm planning to upgrade my Windows Vista computer to Windows 7. I don't have any main, particular reason upgrading to Windows 7. I guess I'm just upgrading because I want the looks of Windows 7 and I'm somewhat of a collector. If I see something that I like, I usually try my best to get it. Yeah, yeah, pretty childish of me. Anyways...I just want to ask a few questions about upgrading. First of all, I checked if my computer was capable of upgrading to Windows 7 by using Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor. It turns out that my computer is capable of upgrading to Windows 7. Everything passed. Second of all, I'm not upgrading by using a CD or a bought Disk. I'm....you know what cheap people do. So are there any Advantages or Disadvantages of upgrading to Windows 7 by you-know-what-ing it? I already know that there will be possible viruses. Third of all, I just made a Windows Recovery Disk today, just in case the Windows 7 Installation goes horrendously wrong for some reason. I want to know if it is usable or not. Not sure if I can post this or not...but I downloaded THIS 120 MB file known to be the Windows Recovery Files. Is that correct? If so, then how can I use the Windows Recovery Disk to test if it works or not? And finally...are there any risks that I should be notified about when it comes to Windows 7 Installation? Those are all the questions I have for now. I have at least 10 more hours until the download is done, so I'll be going to sleep and leave the computer on for the night. Any help and tips are appreciated, instead of a crapload of spam.