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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium w/SP1 - License and media - 64-bit - 1 PC
English · DVD-ROM · pricing: OEM
Windows 7 Home Premium makes it easy to create a home network and share all of your favorite photos, videos, and music. And you can watch shows for free when and where you want with Internet TV on Windows Media Center. Get the best entertainment experience with Windows 7 Home ...
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- Everyday tasks are simplerScan all your open windows with live taskbar previews. Find a file, connect to a network, or use Snap to arrange a couple windows side by side.
- Your PC will work the way you wantMake it yours with personalization and be ready to go with fast sleep and resume. Use more of your older programs with Windows XP mode. Protect your data and be more secure with less effort.
- Microsoft Windows 7 (Home Premium) ReviewPros: Strong design and Microsoft don't always go together, but they do in Windows 7. Users might take a while to get used to the new taskbar and Aero Peek, but they're a pleasure to use.
Cons: Performance is still hit-or-miss in Windows 7. At the ripe age of seven, Windows XP still performs better in some categories.
Bottom Line: Windows 7 is more than what Vista should have been, it's where Microsoft needed to go. How much damage Vista did and whether Windows 7 is enough for people to finally abandon Windows XP are questions that nobody has the answers to right now.
Editors' note: This review was written for Windows 7 Professional. Windows 7 Home Premium share many features with Windows 7 Professional, but not all of them. See Microsoft's feature comparison chart.
The best thing to happen to Microsoft's public relations in years, Windows 7 is more than just spin. The public testing process, involving one limited-availability beta and one release candidate, too, constitutes what some are calling the largest shareware trial period ever.Read full review
Although the look of Windows 7 may seem to be nothing more than some polish applied liberally to the Vista Aero theme, make no mistake: this is a full replacement operating system, and more than just "Vista done right." From driver support to multitouch groundwork for the future, from better battery management to the most user-friendly interface Microsoft has ever had, Windows 7 is hardly half-baked.
The first thing that should stand out is the new taskbar. This is one of the best improvements Microsoft has ...
- Good for beginnersPros: Easy to follow instructions
Cons: The code are barly visable
Windows 7 is easy to set up thru the step by step on screen process. But I highly recommend that you write down the activation code first before starting.Read full review
- Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium the best OS I ever usePros: Easy to create a home network
Cons: I don't find anything
Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup. Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation. I picked up an copy at www.tveak.com for $181.98.Read full review
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 - 64-bit|
|License Type||License and media|
|License Qty||1 PC|