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|Operation System:||Microsoft Windows 7 ( 32 & 64 Bit )||Language:||Multiple Language|
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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.
More work, more play, and more of everything in between.
Manage lots of open programs, documents, and browser windows easily with thumbnail and full-screen previews of open windows.
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Open files you use regularly in just two clicks with Jump Lists on the improved taskbar.
Windows 7 Processors
Windows 7 comes in two versions, 32- and 64-bit processors, with 64-bit processors representing the latest innovation in processors at the time. The section below details both processor types.
32-bit: Created by Intel Corporation and manufactured by both Intel and AMD. The 32-bit processor was the most common processor type until 2011 when 64-bit processors came to the forefront of computing power.
64-bit: The next step in processors following IA-32. The 64-bit processor can support a wider amount of virtual and physical memory than a 32-bit processor. Originally created by AMD, the processor is manufactured by AMD, Intel, and others.
Windows 7 has some basic requirements to allow for uploading to a computer. The table below lists the various hardware requirements.
|Processor||1 GHz IA-32 processor||1 GHz x86-64 processor|
|Memory (Ram)||1 GB||2 GB|
|Graphics Card||DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM driver model 1.0||DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM driver model 1.0|
|HDD free space||16 GB of free disk space||20 GB of free disk space|
|Optical Drive||DVD-ROM drive||DVD-ROM drive|
|SATA AHCI Support||AHCI (SATA)||AHCI (SATA)|
When installing Windows 7 users need to make sure that they set the BIOS to emulate AHCI (SATA) hard drives. This setting must be changed before loading any AHCI or RAID drivers.
Physical Memory Limits
Physical memory is the actual memory space in which the computer can store data. This usually comes in the form of memory chips and are referred to as DRAM modules. The table below covers physical memory limits for both 32- and 64-bit processors.
Limit in 32-bit Windows
Limit in 64-bit Windows
|Windows 7 Ultimate||4 GB||192 GB|
|Windows 7 Enterprise||4 GB||192 GB|
|Windows 7 Professional||4 GB||192 GB|
|Windows 7 Home Premium||4 GB||16 GB|
|Windows 7 Home Basic||4 GB||8 GB|
|Windows 7 Starter||2 GB||N/A
Windows 7 offers computer users a more stable platform and operating system than previous Microsoft Windows products. The OS also brought the desktop environment more in line with touch screen and multimedia offerings, which was a stepping stone to the subsequent Windows 8 product offering. Some users prefer Windows 7, as it is not that different than Windows XP or Vista.
When purchasing Windows 7, shoppers should make sure they have the version that best fits their needs before proceeding. This largely depends on what they need the software for. If working from a home computer, Windows 7 Home Premium should fit their needs. Whereas in an office or home office setting, Home Professional or Ultimate might fall more in line with use demands. Shoppers can attempt to install the program themselves, if they have the knowledge, or ask a computer professional to do the task for them. If attempting to install Windows 7, users should consult with a computer professional if they encounter any problems during installation.