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With Windows 7 Professional, fewer walls stand between you and your success. You can run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode and recover data easily with automatic backups to your home or business network. You can also connect to company networks effortlessly and more securely with Domain Join. With all the exciting entertainment features of Windows Home Premium, it's a great choice for home and for business. Need to use multiple languages on your PC or help protect your data with enhanced BitLocker security? Get Windows 7 Ultimate.


Video Game Platform: Windows
Art Paint Type: DVD-ROM
Number of Users: 1 PC
Condition: New
Compatible Devices: PC
Manufacturer Part Number: FQC-00129
System Requirements: Windows
RAM Memory: 1 GB
Operating System: Microsoft Windows
Model: FQC-00129
Interface Type: DirectX 9.0 compatible graphics card
Brand: Microsoft
Features: Includes: 32 and 64-bit versions ,  Pause and rewind ,  Watch internet TV ,  Record TV
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 0.11 x 0.10 x 0.80 Inches

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by an anonymous customer 10/24/2009
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  • A. Go to MS website, download and install the Genuine checker, program, and run the W-7 analysis button. IF you have windows in most any form, it will tell you what you can use. NOTE: if you get the FULL version, you get both 32 and 64 Bit install disks. IF you want to go to 64 bit OS, as opposed to 32 bit which is most common, you will need to do clean install, and you CAN preserve your settings, etc by offloading to free-standing H D. In the case of Proprietary, OEM brand, like HP, Compaq, etc you may need to go to thier website for more info on preserving files, as they use part of the hard drive to HIDE re-install data. Doing a clean install will format the drive, wiping it clean of all data. There will be a WARNING prior to doing the deed. If you are not comfortable with this proceedure, suggest you take the computer to a reputable shop, like where you buy the software, and let them install it. They can make copies of all data on the hardrive, before doing the install. And there are programs that will let you DIY, to transfer files, back up files, etc. NOTE:: The FULL version is NOT and 'upgrade" type. It replaces OS. And it is more reliable, IMHO. Upgrades use the existing OS, and add or replace files to make the system run the different OS. Changing from Apple, or LInix, or Red Hat, etc will require FULL install program. GOTO MS site to run the checker. Take the defaults. Email me if you need more data
    by XITexas10/24/2012
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  • A. Although you can use either or, trust me, go with the full version and save yourself a ton of headaches! It's more than worth paying the extra. ~John~
    by John6711/23/2010
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  • A. It depends on what your existing operating system is. To go from XP, you need the full version; from Vista, the upgrade is sufficient.
    by Ccon963/31/2010
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Glad I made the switch

Customer review by ovokeith

5.0 stars 9/15/2011 by ovokeith
by ovokeith

To preface, I was a big fan of Windows XP. When Vista was released, I wanted absolutely nothing to do with it, because I was so satisfied with Windows XP, and didn't want to change. I heard various horror stories about Vista, but didn't have a first hand experience with it. When it was time to get a new machine, I reluctantly agreed to go with Windows 7, seeing how my job requires me to be on the forefront of technology, how would it look to be using an OS three generations old? Boy, am I ever glad I made the switch. The OS is just so much "smarter" than XP, and it really saves me a lot of time. It's a much quicker OS, meaning that it boots up and loads programs much quicker than before. My new machine had comparable specs to the old machine, so I believe it's in part due to the OS that I'm seeing less wait time between program loads. For whatever failures Vista may have brought, I can say that Windows 7 not only corrected the course, but put Microsoft back in front as well they should be.

Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Mature, reliable operating system

Customer review by TachyonWalker

5.0 stars 2/25/2011 by TachyonWalker
by TachyonWalker

Several people argue that Windows 7 is only Windows Vista sucessor with "facelifting". The software market became similar to automotive. There's a competitors' race. The period between issuing new product has shortened a lot. In such situation is very difficult to avoid problems. Fortunately Windows 7 ommited the reef that was so painful for Windows Vista. Microsoft had listened to the users and the results of this feedback made a great influence for the system. Windows 7 is encourages "conservative" users to to "touch and play". The word "conservative" means for me the users who were using XP for years and omitted Vista. Trying Windows 7 may convince them to stay with the system for a longer time. By the other side Windows 7 dedicated to the IT enthusiasts too. The new look, imroved architecture and richness of functionalities should fulfill their needs. For Windows 7 software isn't a limit. Several bottlenecks may lay in hardware but there's quite different story....

Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Very stable, Windows XP Mode!

Customer review by Rale

4.0 stars 11/22/2010 by Rale
by Rale

I started with Windows 7 RC back in '07, I believe. I was pretty impressed with how stable the operating system was right off the bat when compared with Vista. I have never had a BSOD with the release version and it runs all of my software flawlessly. I current have two virtual machines set up with Windows XP Professional (free, courtesy of Microsoft) and Windows Vista Home Premium for software testing purposes. The VM integrated very well into both of them and allow me to easily test software on a few different platforms. The install is pretty much automated and I didn't encounter any problems running it on a bare disk. I upgraded from Windows XP Professional x86 to Windows 7 Professional x64, so I had to perform a clean install but that wasn't a big deal. I rather like that, unlike Vista, Windows 7 has gone back to a smaller collection of version choices for the user. They made it pretty easy for the user to decide what fit their needs the best.

Would recommend to a friend? Yes
This is the DEFINITIVE version of Windows!

Customer review by CaffeineCarl

5.0 stars 1/13/2013 by CaffeineCarl
by CaffeineCarl

I've used Windows 7 ever since the beta stage and have been thoroughly impressed since day one, and even at that early stage, it became my default operating system. Generally satisfied with Windows Vista, I love how the interface learned even more tricks that it hadn't already had, like Aero Snap, Peek and Shake. The Start menu's search bar has been immensely important and useful to finding exactly what I need at any moment and has really sped up my workflow. Also, all the organizational features have helped make several third party tools unnecessary. Thankfully, all of this hasn't had an exorbitant resource hit. As a matter of fact, it runs even better than Vista, with significantly lower memory usage. I've been running this operating system for over three years and have used Windows since the Windows 3.1 days. Even with the release of Windows 8, this is the BEST of the brains of Microsoft! I would DEFINITELY buy this again and again!

Detroit, MI, USA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Insufficient Info to Choose Full vs Upgrade

Customer review by GoGoGoBigO

2.0 stars 11/28/2011 by GoGoGoBigO
by GoGoGoBigO

Not as of now. Microsoft® gives too little information, or distributes its information too cleverly, to choose between Upgrade and the full license. It says only that the license for Upgrade has the same features as the license for the full version. This leaves open the question, how do the two Products compare? The webpage indicates that either license and product costs the same, and if the two products are no different, then, why should there be two (2) different licenses to choose between? SO, there MUST BE some differences in the products, else Microsoft® would not offer these choices. Also, there is cognitive dissonance when M$ say there is no difference in features but then says elsewhere that Windows Anytime will not support upgrading any Vista® or XP and we must go to the Microsoft Store to buy a Full something-or-other. So, are there two kinds of Full licenses, thus, three (3) kinds of licenses and/or three (3) kinds of products all labelled Windows 7 Professional? Am wishing that M$ would disambiguate its webpages (but have little reason to hold out hope for that).

Would recommend to a friend? No
Great product, but.....

Customer review by John67

4.0 stars 9/9/2010 by John67
by John67

I love what Windows 7 brings to the table, but it's still a bit buggy. Overall, I still love this version due to the increased flexibility and ease of use. Although I'm an XP fan BIG-TIME, I have to say, once you grow comfortable using Windows 7, you'll never want to go back!

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Buffalo, NY
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Every day

Customer review by Ppipanman

5.0 stars 1/13/2010 by Ppipanman
by Ppipanman

yes if you but the "Upgrade" for Windows Vista Home edition that product will not work. i think your review was meant for that product. If you have Windows Vista Home (not Professional, or Ultimate) then you need to get one of 2 products. either buy the Windows 7 Home or Ultimate Upgrade, or buy the Windows 7 Professional Full Version. (which will require wiping your computer and starting from scratch) all of this can be found by doing a bit of research on the product before you buy it. it is spelled out right on Microsoft's Website.

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Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:1 week or less
Usage:Every day
Not bad, but it could use some improvement.

Customer review by Dreamer

4.0 stars 2/23/2011 by Dreamer
by Dreamer

The design is in no way innovative; the majority of those idea's (Snap, Zoom-in, Pin and Taskbar Previews ) were borrowed from other sources, like KDE. On the positive side, installation was very easy: all the drivers on my computer were found and installed. While the product is good, in my opinion the price should be lowered or some office software (Word and Excel) should be include. One strange glitch I did find is that the clock doesn't automatically sync online with Microsoft's servers, so the time is always off and I have to manually make it sync. Also the Aero zoom-in feature looks awful. Windows 7 is basically Windows Vista on a diet, not worth upgrading from Windows Vista, but promising for new computers and a great security upgrade from Windows XP (if the computer can handle the upgrade).

Would recommend to a friend? Yes
IIS is excellent! .NET 4.0 applications start near instantly!

Customer review by IDWMaster

5.0 stars 5/5/2011 by IDWMaster
by IDWMaster

As a developer, Windows 7 Professional is an essential. It comes with all the essentials (IIS, remote desktop, etc) and some added bonuses (such as Aero, Flip3D, and taskbar thumbnails). These are interesting features to experiment with while developing software, to enhance the end-user experience, and provide closer integration with Windows 7. I would however; prefer a better way to develop desktop widgets (similar to how Kubuntu/KDE does it) and a standard social networking service with developer APIs (in the taskbar or something, like how Ubuntu does it, but it would be great with Windows Live Messenger), and media player integration into the taskbar (similar to how it was done in previous versions of Windows, where it could be minimized into a small player on the taskbar.

Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Easy and wonderful to use

Customer review by RealbigSwede

5.0 stars 4/7/2011 by RealbigSwede
by RealbigSwede

I have used Microsoft OS since the beginning I use the first MS-Dos and the first MS Windows 3.11 and I have had them all since then, But I have tried other OS like the OS2. I even have a Ubuntu on one table computer but I'm not happy with it. The Win7 is the best of them all it was easy to in stall and very easy to us, wife is learning it and she really like it. The game is running very fast and with no hiccups, So far I have not found any program or game that will not run on my computer even games and program from the win95 era runs great. MS Win7 have never given me a blue screen and I pushing the program to the MAX. I downloading all kind of beta and testing them and then deleting them and still the win7 keep on ticking, the other windows did not do that, they had a tendency to crash. The updating and upgrading the program is so easy it doing it self. Could not ask for better and easier. My Computer: CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 940 MoBo: Gigabyte GA-MA790X-UP4P PSU: Ultra X3 1000w, sli Ram: 8 Gigs, ddr2 pc6400, 4-4-4-12 Video: Sparkle NIVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 GDDR5 (768Meg) Case: Lian Li V1200 Cooling: Koolance INX-720SL Cooling System Optical: 2, HP 1040 / LightScribe Hard disks: 8 WD = 3.125TB

Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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