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Windows 7 Professional with Service Pack 1, VL Build (x86 - x64) - DVD (English)







Upgrade to Windows 7 Professional. 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.

Windows 7 is designed to make your PC simpler?to be more reliable, more responsive and to make the things you do every day on your PC easier. Click to enlarge.
Upgrade to Windows 7
All editions of Windows XP and Windows Vista qualify you to buy an upgrade license.

1. Choose your edition of Windows 7
Explore key features and choose the edition that?s best for you. Be sure to check the expanded list of extended features in Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, and Windows 7 Ultimate. System requirements vary for each edition of Windows 7 because some features might require special hardware.

2. See if your PC has what it takes to run Windows 7
In general, if your PC can run Windows Vista it can run Windows 7. To make sure, download and run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor to do a quick check. If you want certain features, such as HomeGroup or Windows Media Center, check to see if your PC has the hardware that?s needed.

3. Check which operating system your PC is currently running
How you make the move to Windows 7 depends on your current operating system.

* Windows Vista
The transition to Windows 7 should be pretty smooth, although you may need to update your system to the latest service pack first.

* Windows XP (or any other operating system)
Windows 7 is best experienced on a new PC with the latest hardware, but if your computer meets the minimum specifications, you can install Windows 7 on a PC running Windows XP. Windows 7 must be ?custom? installed (also known as a ?clean? installation) over Windows XP. Before beginning the installation, you?ll need to copy your files and settings to an external drive. After Windows 7 has been installed you will need to re-install all of your programs using the original installation media and then copy over the files and settings you backed up to your external drive. Because Windows 7 requires a custom installation, we strongly recommend that you get help with this process from your local computer service provider.

Windows 7 Professional with Service Pack 1, VL Build (x64) - DVD (English)
File Name: en_windows_7_professional_with_sp1_vl_build_x64_dv d_622458.iso
Date Published (UTC): 2/16/2011 8:49:23 AM Last Updated (UTC): 2/23/2011 1:38:17 PM
SHA1: 647C756B95EEF95C05EA04EEAFED035E0065EB9E ISO/CRC: 6D9135C2
Available to Levels: MSDN OS (VL); VS Premium with MSDN (MPN); VS Pro with MSDN Premium (MPN); VS Pro with MSDN Embedded (VL); VS Test Pro with MSDN (VL); VS Ultimate with MSDN (VL); VS Premium with MSDN (VL); VS Pro with MSDN (VL); Expression Professional (VL); VS Ultimate with MSDN (NFR FTE);
Windows 7 Professional with Service Pack 1, VL Build (x86) - DVD (English)

File Name: en_windows_7_professional_with_sp1_vl_build_x86_dv d_623530.iso
Date Published (UTC): 2/16/2011 8:49:23 AM Last Updated (UTC): 2/17/2011 10:57:12 AM
SHA1: 85E9767CD50C6083160393F85CB2C4156CD9348D ISO/CRC: 7F1BDDD3
Available to Levels: MSDN OS (VL); VS Premium with MSDN (MPN); VS Pro with MSDN Premium (MPN); VS Pro with MSDN Embedded (VL); VS Test Pro with MSDN (VL); VS Ultimate with MSDN (VL); VS Premium with MSDN (VL); VS Pro with MSDN (VL); Expression Professional (VL); VS Ultimate with MSDN (NFR FTE); 
 

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