Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit Full Version OEM (Dell)
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1 OEM (Branded) - ON SALE
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Works On Any PC
This OEM software must be installed on a brand new or completely reformatted hard drive.
Contents of the Package:
This OEM package includes a Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Reinstallation
CD and will install the full version on all brands of systems or custom built
systems. The media is a reinstallation CD, but it installs the complete program
on any computer. It also includes a Unique Product Key with Certificate of
Authenticity which will validate with Microsoft.
This software is 100% genuine and will validate with Microsoft. The software is new sealed OEM.
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 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. Get the best entertainment experience with Windows 7 Home Premium.
Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation
programs faster and more easily, and quickly find the documents you use
Make your web experience faster, easier and safer than ever with
Internet Explorer 8
Watch, pause, rewind, and record TV on your PC
Easily create a home network
and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup
Simplify everyday tasks
Simplify your PC with new navigation features like Aero Shake, Jump Lists,
Customize Windows to look and feel the way you like by changing
themes and taskbar programs.
Setting up a home network and connecting to
printers and devices is easier than ever.
Windows 7 Home Premium supports
the latest hardware and software.
Work the way you want
Designed to make your PC sleep and resume quicker.
Takes full advantage
of 64-bit PC hardware and memory.
Connecting to wireless networks is fast
Make new things possible
Watch, pause, rewind, and record TV with Windows Media Center.
favorite DVD movies.
Includes integrated video and Dolby audio codecs.
This product will also work to install a full version on Mac computers.
Windows 7 Dell & DSP install seamlessly on all Mac systems, Macbook, Macbook Pro & Macbook Air using Bootcamp, Vmware Fusion or Parallels. The most current
updates for these programs must be installed to have a successful installation
with the 64 bit edition.
Here is a helpful tutorial for these installations:
This product is OEM Software. OEM software cannot be used as an upgrade; any previous or trial versions of the software must be uninstalled before installing an OEM. The packaging is installation CD & Product Key/Serial Number, no box. OEM Software does not come with installation support from the manufacturer.
Drive Space: 16GB Available Disk Space
Card: DirectX 9 Graphics Processor With WDDM 1.0 Or Later Driver
OEM "Original Equipment Manufacturer" Software is distributed to companies like Dell, IBM & HP for installation on new machines. The main difference is that OEM can not be used as an upgrade, any previous or trial versions of the software must be uninstalled before installing an OEM. The packaging is typically CD & License, no box. OEM
Software does not come with installation support from the manufacturer.
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Microsoft’s loyal customers are finally getting the operating system they deserve with Windows 7, and it was well worth the wait.
First, to provide full disclosure (as critics have requested in our previous Windows 7 write-ups) yes, I am indeed a Mac user. But until heading to college, I grew up on a steady diet of Windows. (I made the switch after a system crash that resulted in the loss of an enormous school project.) With that said, Windows 7 thoroughly wowed me, dissolving the grudge I’ve held against Microsoft for many years. The latest OS from Microsoft delivers a truly next-generation interface that will transform the way we use our computers, while addressing a number of nagging issues that have turned off Windows users in the past. The Windows team deserves a round of applause. Wired: http://www.wired.com/reviews/2009/10/pr_win7/