Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64 English

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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium

Windows 7 Home Premium makes it easy to create a home network and share all of your favourite photos, videos, and music. And you can watch shows for free when and where you want with Internet TV on Windows Media Center. Get the best entertainment experience with Windows 7 Home Premium.

Box Contains: Software DVD;Installation Guide;Supporting Documentation


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5 reviews for Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64 English

  1. alanf1135

    By alanf1135
    Verified Purchase
    On my PC, I had Windows XP as well as Ubuntu Linux installed. With the deadline of Win XP support fast approaching, I decided I needed to get a newer version of Windows installed. Because of this, I purchased this item. Upon receiving this item, I installed Windows 7 on the partition which I had Windows XP on. About forty-five minutes later, I rebooted and reinstalled the Grub2 boot-loader to allow me to use both Win 7 & and Ubuntu.

    I had written this review because I was initially put off by negative reviews from the Amazon.com but had taken the chance and thankfully it had paid off with a painless and hassle free installation. Most of the negative reviews were about the product key. I can not speculate about specific instances but the only thing I can think of is that the product key was incorrectly entered. On the packaging of this product, it contains the product key but the key is in very small writing. Before installation, I had written the product key onto a piece of paper and put enough spacing between the individual product key character groups in order to make it easier to read. I then double checked the product key I had written down to ensure there was no mistakes and when installed Windows 7. I would highly recommend doing this as it saves a lot of hassle that other reviewers had experienced.

  2. Doug

    By Doug
    Verified Purchase
    I decided to upgrade from Vista to 7 instead of 8 to keep the familiar desktop and i wasn’t disappointed. Even though it says its for system builders only, it loaded from my vista desktop as normal and gave me a choice of upgrading from vista or a fresh install.
    I went for a new install. Note that you can use this OS with one pc [it locks to the motherboard], but they all do that now,don’t they!
    i’m pleased with this OS, seems very stable and easy to use.

  3. Sandy

    By Sandy
    Verified Purchase
    I bought this OEM product to install on a MacBook Pro using Boot Camp. I deliberately bought it direct from Amazon to avoid some of the nightmares reported in some reviews about activation and we can say that we had no problems whatsoever installing and activating Windows. I have no hesitation recommending this purchase.

  4. L. Johnson

    By Mr. L. W. Johnson
    Verified Purchase
    I was in two minds to either go for windows 8 or windows 7, from what I have seen of windows 8 I think it is more suited to tablet use,I prefer the traditional appearance of the windows desktop.

  5. Dennis Oberg

    By Dennis Oberg
    Verified Purchase
    This is an excellent operating system. I must prefer it to Windows 8. This order arrived quickly from Amazon. Take care when ordering your particular package. Windows 7 comes in a 32 bit and a 64 bit system. I ordered this 64 bit system without first checking that my old computer was recommended for the 32 bit. Once you open the packing of the CD, then you cannot return it to Amazon.

    Note that the Windows 7 product key code is located on the packing, so don’t throw it away! You’ll need that key code for installation.

    You’ll first want to run Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor. This is a free download provided by Microsoft that will tell you whether your computer can be upgraded to Windows 7, and if it can, then which system (32 or 64) is recommended.

    And don’t forget to make a backup of all files, drivers, etc. that you have on the old operating system! For that you can use Windows Easy Transfer (you’ll need an external drive for this). Easy Transfer is available for free from Microsoft.

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