Booted on Windows 7. Had to use a hard to find boot switch to install windows 8. Documentation is almost nothing. Windows product key is embedded in the BIOS and only the last 5 characters is available to users.
Bought these PCs for work. These are compact units that pack all the necessary features. Not Powerhouses, but more than sufficient for regular office work (Quickbooks, MS office, browsing).\n\nGood value for Money. These PCs replaced similar Veriton units (core 2 duo) from 5 years ago.\n\nSubstituted all the HDDs with SSDs. 6.6 on the WEI.
Cant go wrong with this. DO look up display ports though! They threw me for a loop at first, knew nuthin about 'em. They end up being very good though (vesa version of HDMI, w\/o lic. issues).\nStick w\/ Win7pro for biz.
extremely bad==was supposed to have windows 8 but swent me one with windows t 2009 version--took it back for refund--20 mile trip and spent all day making backup disks all for nothing!\n\nDr. Ron Sanders