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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista
3.8 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

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  • This product includes both 32- and 64-bit versions for a single computer
  • Simplify everyday tasks by finding something instantly, comparing documents side-by-side, or opening your favorite file in just two clicks
  • Watch Internet TV; pause, rewind, and record TV, movies, and other video content; or use Touch to interact with your PC in new ways
  • Windows 7 Home Premium (includes 32 & 64-bit Versions) makes it easy to create a home network and share all of your favorite photos, videos, and music--you can even watch, pause, rewind, and record TV
  • Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation
  • Start programs faster and more easily, and quickly find the documents you use most often
  • Make your web experience faster, easier and safer than ever with Internet Explorer 8
  • Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup
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System Requirements

  • Platform: Windows 7 / Vista
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 19.2 x 13.8 cm
  • ASIN: B002DGS81C
  • Release Date: Oct. 22 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #487 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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Product Description

Windows 7 Home Premium offers the best entertainment experience on your PC, making the things you do every day easier.


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Since I saw someone else wondering about this I figured I'd mention it, Windows 7, unlike Windows Vista includes both versions (32-bit & 64-bit on the same DVD) so you don't have to worry about getting stuck with the wrong version.
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I've been using 7 as my main OS on my laptop since the Release Candidate and I have not had any trouble--the installation was as smooth and quick as it can be and it worked right out of the box--no extra driver installation necessary. For $65, it is definitely worth the upgrade!

To some extent, Windows 7 is to Vista what XP is to ME.
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I rarely, very rarely, take time to make negative reviews. I usually find positive in many things. I will add positives to this review in the spirit of optimism.

Before I bought this product, I ran the Compatibility application on the Windows 7 website. All was great, except a couple games I have that really were expendable. So I said, ok, it's compatible - trash the little older games and let's get a faster running windows!
Then I bought it, and it was GREAT at first! Faster, cleaner, more user friendly (although I am not a novice at computers, so user friendly wasn't a big deal), and up to date so it's more secure for now. The install was glitchy only in a couple parts, and it was surprisingly fast. I was pleased! I told everyone how happy I was, how surprised..
Oh look.. my sound card is no longer compatible. What the? I did the test, it was compatible. So I got another one for a usual price and shut up. SO what, just a little spending right?
Fast forward about a month.
Your video card is not compatible with windows 7. What's that??? It was when I did the test, and it was for a month or so.. why all of a sudden? Blue Screens of Death, daily at least. The Action Center flag sat annoyingly each day in my system tray teasing me to update drivers and do Windows Update. Thing is, everything was up to date. I did HOURS even DAYS of research on how to fix this. Turns out it's a known issue and some non related to windows companies would help you for a fee. I didn't do this, of course, because it's terribly fishy getting third party patches. I would get it stable here and there and be able to work on my computer, play, and read/write emails. So daily I could play my beloved World of Warcraft and email clients and work on art etc.
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both 32bit and 64bit versions come on the install disc.

I'm running Windows 7 64bit. It is a good OS. I used every version of Windows to date. XP is preobably my fav, but I thouroughly think that Windows 7 is almost as good. I just wish it was a bit leaner.

I upgraded from Vista 64bit(did a clean install) and Windows 7 is much better. It runs faster than Vista for me on the identicle machine. I didn't dislike Vista, but it was a pig on my PC (slow). 7 is much better. I've had it sicne release day, and I used the beta for months before. So far I havn't had it crash once, and havn't had any issues with drivers. Vista I had some driver issue, but no crash.

Only downside, some of my games don't work, seems to be an issue with Starforce copy protection not working with 64bit windows. Trying some worarounds for that...

I would recommend it to people.
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Glad I upgraded,so far so good.Was having too many problems with Vista missing files etc.Has many good useful features and appears to be much more stable.
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Windows 7 is a well worth it upgrade. It's a lot faster starting up and shutting down than Vista. It has a nicer interface and seems to be a lot more stable. I'm very happy with it so far
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Definitely the most stable Windows operating system since Windows XP, but with support for modern hardware and software. I run a 32-bit version on my Home Theatre PC, and a 64-bit version on my flight simulator gaming machine. Very happy in both cases.

Windows XP never let me down, but it's being left behind by the newer remote controls and multimedia software, and typically only supports 3GB of RAM which is barely enough for gaming these days.

I bought my first copy of Windows 7 in 2009 and I'm sure I'll be using it until nearly 2019.
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Great for legacy programs. I am running a Windows accounting program from 1998 and it still works in legacy mode. Most freeware runs on MS Windows so I am still beholden to the master OS as the path to least resistance. 64 bit version runs 32 bit programs with no problems that I have encountered. None of the problems that my siblings have with Vista where I'm constantly trouble shooting something or reinstalling the OS. I will skip Windows 8 just because of new interface paradigm unless freeware products abandon traditional desktop model.
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