Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (Full Product)

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    Product Title:Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (Full Product)
    Manufacturer:Microsoft
    Lowest Price:$59.99from Software Supply Source

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Windows 7 Professional includes all the Home Premium features you love and the business features your work demands. Connect to company networks easily and more securely and share files across the various PCs in your home. In addition, run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode and recover your data easily with automatic back-ups to your home or business network.
3 Reviews for Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (Full Product)
by Ed
22/10/2009
Here Comes Windows 7
Here comes Windows 7, nearly three years after Windows Vista and eight years after Windows XP. By most accounts, Windows 7 is what Vista should have been. Do we finally have a worthy successor to XP?

PROS:
- Fast startup and performance
- Stable
- Nice aesthetic and functional changes to the desktop
- Improved networking, power management & security
- 32-bit & 64-bit versions included
- Windows Media Center
- Windows XP Mode

CONS:
- User Account Control still annoying
- Upgrade can be challenging
- Expensive

There are only two Microsoft operating systems I've personally skipped since DOS 6.x-- Windows ME and Windows Vista. Windows ME was so terrible that PC World coined it the "Mistake Edition." Vista, when initially released, was considered to be bloated, relying on higher hardware requirements than XP, while being outperformed by XP on identical hardware. With Microsoft fast-tracking Windows 7, I...
by Pyanfar Chanur
01/11/2009
For the Technically Inclined
This is the full version of Windows 7 Professional, so chances are you're looking at it because you are building a new computer and plan on putting this on it. If you're wanting to upgrade your old XP or Vista computer and start from scratch, it's not like the old days where you could only format by using a full version. Save yourself some money and purchase the upgrade version: it will still offer you the ability to do a "clean" install and jettison the old Windows baggage.

I HIGHLY recommend you stop by Microsoft's website and look the different versions over to confirm you have the right one. If you're running a computer old enough that you're upgrading from Windows 98 or Windows 2000, I don't recommend it: your performance will drop and you'll see compatibility problems, some of which may be major. If this is the case, stop by Microsoft.com, grab their "Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor", and run it first.

That said, Windows 7 Home Premium is probably the best...
by Roger J. Buffington
02/11/2009
A home run by Microsoft -- Finally!
Microsoft clearly understood that it was "betting the bank" on Windows 7. This is evident from the fact that installation of Windows 7 Professional is trouble-free, and the OS is attractive, easy to figure out, and easy to configure. It has quickly become a cliche' that Windows 7 is what Vista should have been, but it is also true. In my installation all of my hardware peripherals (3 printers, a fax, a scanner, and numerous external hard disk drives) installed instantly and easily. Only one of my printers required me to log onto Hewlett-Packard's website, and right there was a Windows 7 64 bit driver waiting for me. This is one day after Windows 7 was released to the public -- Microsoft clearly worked closely with hardware developers to ensure that everything was ready to go. Installation of all hardware went without a hiccup. In fact, most times when you plug a device into a USB port, Win 7 automatically finds the necessary drivers and simply installs the device...
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