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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD

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Product Highlights
  • Improved Desktop Navigation
  • Windows Search
  • Internet Explorer 8
  • Windows Media Center
  • HomeGroup Networking

Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD from Microsoft is the long-awaited successor to the ubiquitous Windows Vista operating system. Building upon Vista's impressive feature set, Windows 7 adds many features which simplify the way you use your PC, as well as the way that your PC connects to the world.

The Home Premium edition of Windows 7 is designed to meet the needs of the modern home. Designed with entertainment and Internet use in mind, the OS features improved desktop navigation, improved speed, the Internet Explorer 8 web browser, Windows Media Center, and HomeGroup networking. Both the 32-bit and 64-bit editions of the operating system are included on the disc, allowing you to install the edition which best suits your needs.

User Interface Enhancements

An improved taskbar allows you to launch programs and switch between them when they're open. You can pin any program to the taskbar, making it just a click away. Rearrange icons via clicking and dragging, Icons are bigger than in previous versions, making them easier to identify. Hover over an icon and view thumbnails of every file or window that is currently open in that program; hover over the thumbnail and see a full-screen preview of that window. Move the cursor away, and the preview disappears.
Jump Lists allow you to quickly reach files with which you've been working. Simply right-click an application icon to see which files it has recently opened. You can even pin files to a Jump List, ensuring they always appear on it, allowing you to access frequently-used files with only a few clicks.

Certain programs, including Windows Media Player, can pre-populate their Jump Lists with common tasks. You can play all of your music or resume the most recently played playlist via the Media Player Jump List. In Internet Explorer, frequently-visited and recently-visited websites will appear.
There are numerous Desktop enhancements present in Windows 7. Snaps allows you to quickly grab a window and pull it to either edge of your screen, automatically resizing the window to occupy half of your screen.

You can also quickly view gadgets, or grab a file from your desktop. Move your mouse to the lower right corner of your desktop and all open Windows will become transparent. Need to hide all but one window? Grab the one you would like to keep at the top and shake it, all other windows will hide. Shake the window again, and they'll return.
Windows Search has been improved since its introduction in Windows Vista. You'll be able to find files, e-mail messages, and applications via the search box, conveniently located at the bottom of the Start menu. Simply enter a word or a string of letters from the file name: you'll receive an organized list of results.

Search results are organized by file type. Programs, items in your control panel, documents, music, and photos that match your search will be grouped together by file type. You can further customize search results via filters: filter by creation date, document author, and more.
Windows 7 includes Internet Explorer 8, the latest iteration of Microsoft's popular web browser. Rendering web pages much faster than previous versions, IE8 includes an address bar, search tabs, and a Favorites bar to help you better navigate the web.

Instant Search starts returning results as soon as you start typing your query. In addition to searching the web, the search also looks through your browsing history, making it easier to locate a previously-visited page. There is no need to wait for a search to complete if you see your result beforehand: simply click on the page you'd like to visit and IE will take you there.

Accelerators allow you to highlight any part of a web page, and feed it into a frequently-used service as a search. See an address on a web page? Highlight it, and use an Accelerator to immediately display a map. You'll have access to Accelerators for e-mail, eBay, Facebook, blogging, mapping, search, translation, and more.

IE8 also supports Web Slices. Allowing you to capture only a portion of a web site, you can create web slices for auction items, sports scores, weather reports, and more. When the content contained in the slice changes, it will be highlighted in your Favorites Bar.
Device management has been greatly enhanced in Windows 7. Rather than spreading devices across several different screens, as had been done in previous versions of Windows, you'll be able to access all of your devices from one screen. The Devices and Printers screen will allow you to manage all of your printers, phones, peripherals, MP3 players, and other devices.

Windows 7 also features Device Stage technology. Use Device Stage to interact with any compatible device that is connected to your computer. You'll be able to view device status, and run common tasks from a single window. Device icons reflect the type of peripheral, allowing you to easily see what is connected.
While most folks with multiple computers already have a home network setup for Internet sharing, it is often difficult to share other files between computers. Enter HomeGroup. You'll be able to use this function to more easily setup a home network, allowing you to share printers and files among all of the computers in your home.
Joining networks can often cause a headache, especially for users who have access to different networks in different locations. Whether it is a corporate network, a VPN, your home Wi-Fi, mobile broadband, or dial-up, all of your networks are visible in the View Available Networks (VAN) window. You'll have one-click access to any available network, and you can configure automatic connection to frequently-used networks.

Performance and Compatibility

Windows 7 is optimized so that PCs start up, shut down, and resume from standby faster than previous versions. Added features, including the aforementioned Taskbar and Jump Lists, allow you to complete common tasks. You'll be able to use the Action Center to control how the OS notifies you of systems changes. Windows 7 helps you recover from problems when they occur, walking you through the steps necessary to address common issues.
Mobile computers rely on an all-too-often anemic battery for power. Windows 7 features a number of power-saving enhancements, designed to prolong battery life. Adaptive display brightness dims a display when you've been away from your PC, and playing DVD movies requires less power than in previous versions of Windows.
We all have existing hardware and software, and it is essential that they work with a new operating system as well as they did with the old. Most devices that work with Windows Vista will work with windows 7. Microsoft has implemented a "Compatible with Windows 7" program, which allows manufacturers to place a logo on devices and applications that are compatible with the OS.
In past versions, Windows would notify you via a pop-up or other message if there was something that needed attention on your computer. Instead of using intrusive pop-up messages, Windows 7 simply adds an icon to the Action Center.

Entertainment Features

Windows Media Center allows you to watch TV, movies, and other types of video on your computer. When used with TV tuner hardware, it allows you to record television programming. It features a streamlined programming guide, which contains both standard and digital HD program lists.
With more and more media becoming available in digital formats, it is often desirable to stream media from your PC to your home theater. Windows 7 simplifies streaming, making it much easier to send media to compatible networked media devices.
Windows Media Player features a "Play To" feature, which allows you to push media to a compatible network device, while maintaining playback control from your computer. Typing away on the laptop and in the mood to listen to some music, but not through a pair of tinny computer speakers? Play To can send music to a networked stereo, Xbox 360, or other compatible device. You'll have full control over playback from the familiar Windows Media Player interface.
In a perfect world you could keep all of your movies, music, and photos on every computer you own. However, we all know that notebook hard drives are not always spacious enough to allow for this. With Windows 7, you can access media stored on your home computer from your laptop via the Internet. Simply connect to your home PC remotely and listen to music, view pictures, or watch videos over the Internet. Both systems must be using Windows 7, of course.
Windows Live Essentials, a free download for Windows 7 users, adds several features that were present in Windows Vista, but have been omitted from Windows 7. It adds supports for multiple e-mail accounts, digital photo editing, instant messaging, and online security.
Windows 7 adds support for touch-screen computers, including those that support multi-touch gestures. Larger, touch-friendly icons are present throughout the OS. Interact directly with the OS and applications via touch: control media playback, scroll through documents and web pages, resize windows, and pan and zoom across large photos.

Multi-touch technology allows you to control the screen with more than one finger. You can zoom in on an image by moving 2 fingers closer together, in a pinching motion, or zoom out by moving them apart. Rotate an image by rotating 1 finger around another, and right-click by holding 1 finger on your target and tapping the screen with a second.
Application Operating System
Compatibility PC
System Requirements Computer: 1GHz
Memory: 1GB (32-bit), 2GB (64-bit)
Available Disk Space: 16GB (32-bit), 20GB (64-bit)
Graphics: DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver

Additional requirements to use certain features:
Internet access (fees may apply)
Depending on resolution, video playback may require additional memory and advanced graphics hardware
For some Windows Media Center functionality a TV tuner and additional hardware may be required
Windows Touch and Tablet PCs require specific hardware
HomeGroup requires a network and PCs running Windows 7
DVD/CD authoring requires a compatible optical drive
BitLocker requires Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2
BitLocker To Go requires a USB flash drive
Windows XP Mode requires an additional 1GB of RAM, an additional 15GB of available hard disk space, and a processor capable of hardware virtualization with Intel VT or AMD-V turned on
Music and sound require audio output

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MicrosoftWindows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD
 
4.4

(based on 73 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (24)

  • 3 Stars

     

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95%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to install (53)
  • Easy to navigate (42)
  • Useful features (42)
  • Manages software collaboration well (29)
  • Good power output (26)

Cons

  • Hard to install or upgrade (7)
  • Crashes or freezes (4)
  • Difficult to navigate (4)
  • Not powerful enough (3)

Best Uses

  • Multimedia (27)
  • Educational purposes (14)
  • Graphics & publishing (12)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Quality oriented (51), Budget shopper (19)
    • Primary use:
    • Personal (65), Business (6)
    • Computer Platform:
    • PC (23)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Seamless upgrade; far better than Vista

I installed this Windows 7 upgrade on a made-for-Vista laptop which didn't have vendor support for Windows 7 (with a Nvida Go 6150 graphics card, which had no drivers on the HP or Nvidia...Read complete review

I installed this Windows 7 upgrade on a made-for-Vista laptop which didn't have vendor support for Windows 7 (with a Nvida Go 6150 graphics card, which had no drivers on the HP or Nvidia site).

Despite this, the Windows Updates brought in support for the graphics card, and an unofficial help site pointed to drivers for the other devices; it wasn't long before everything was up and running, and it just seems so much easier to use than Vista.

The only minor negative was that my laptop has a battery problem, so it thought it was 2006; when I updated the time during installation, Windows immediately told me I was overdue to activate, and I had not yet set up my networking to be able to do so. However I was able to ignore this for a while and finish setting things up, and then activate.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Better Than Vista

I didn't expect it to look like Vista. Disappointing. In Windows Explorer, the Search is not intuitive, to me. I couldn't get it to find files I know were in specific subfolders. ...Read complete review

I didn't expect it to look like Vista. Disappointing. In Windows Explorer, the Search is not intuitive, to me. I couldn't get it to find files I know were in specific subfolders. Also in Explorer, the view mode kept changing from details to icons or thumbnails. Puzzling.
Win7 performs faster than Vista, though I haven't done any measuring. All of my existing photo software fit right in. As I said in the headline, it's better than Vista, but instructions could be clearer.

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4.0

Good product but need extra time

By Van-Thuy

from Portland, Maine

About Me Value Oriented

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Install
  • Manages Software Collaboration Well
  • Take Much Time To Install
  • Useful Features

Cons

  • Too Many Update

Best Uses

  • Educational Purposes

Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

I purchased this product to upgrade my vista windows for a lap top. The box came with two DVDs, thus I must know my computer either running 32 or 64 bits, otherwise, it does not work. The worse thing is that after running the disk, it asks you to delete several programs, each at once, otherwise, it cannot run the upgrade. This alone takes more than an hour. For the upgrade, it takes three hours. Another worse thing is that it took almost forever to update more than 200 idems. The first tine is 114 items, the second time is 64, the third time 50, and after that I forgot to count. However, almost the first two days after the upgrade, whenever you turn off or on your computer, you need to spare time.
After two days, it works relative fast.

Finally I am happy but at first, I was so frustrated. In short, it is a good product, highly recommended, but you should spare at least 3 hours to install, and more than 2 or 3 hours for update after that.

Time is the issue here.

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4.0

Good product but need enough time

By Trian

from Portland, Maine

About Me Quality Oriented

Pros

  • Easy To Install
  • Manages Software Collaboration Well
  • Useful Features

Cons

  • Not Powerful Enough

Best Uses

  • Educational Purposes
  • Multimedia

Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

I brought this software a week ago to update my Vista Window for my laptop bought three years ago. I had no problem with upgrading it, as everything is clearly instructed. However, it came with 2 DVDs, you must know your laptop running either 33 or 64 before insert which DVD.
The worse things were that it asked to delete certain programs in your computer, otherwise, it cannot run. Another worse thing is that it tells you one program at a time, I wished it gives the names of all the programs it tells you to delete. So you deledted one program, turned off your computer, then turned it on again, run the installed setup command, a few times like that before it is clear to run.
The installing time took almost four hours, from 8 to 12midnight.

It took two more hourse to instale 115 updates after you used the computer for the first time, and when you turned it off.

In short, you must set up enough time to install and update, minimum 6 hours.

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5.0

WIN 7 Home Premium (upgrade from Vista)

By Venkyvr

from Easton, PA

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Install
  • Easy To Navigate

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

      Easy upgrade.

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      • Personal
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      • PC

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      5.0

      Works great and it isn't Windows 8

      By Richard in CT

      from Newington, CT

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      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Install
      • Easy To Navigate
      • Useful Features

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Graphics & Publishing

        Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

        Need it because Adobe won't support Linux for Lightroom.

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        • PC

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        5.0

        Users friendly

        By dpreah

        from Long Beach, CA

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        Pros

        • Easy To Install
        • Easy To Navigate
        • Manages Software Collaboration Well
        • Powerful
        • Useful Features

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Educational Purposes
          • Graphics & Publishing
          • Multimedia

          Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

          I used both win 8 and win7 and I like 7 better, more reliable and easy to use just like win xp except it faster loading time.

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          3.0

          Window 7

          By Turk

          from Tucson, AZ

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          Pros

          • Easy To Install

          Cons

          • Difficult To Navigate

          Best Uses

          • Basic Os

          Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

          Standard windows product, functions. That is all I can say

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          • Personal
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          1.0

          Do not upgrade from Vista to Win 7

          By Tony

          from Scottsdale, AZ

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          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • None

          Cons

          • Crashes or Freezes
          • Difficult To Navigate
          • Hard To Install or Upgrade
          • Not Powerful Enough

          Best Uses

          • None

          Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

          Installed Win 7 upgrade to network two computers in my home. Instructions say that you can upgrade from Vista to Win 7 which will save all your software and settings but recommends replacing Vista. unfortunately, I chose to upgrade and get nothing but Blue Screen warnings and auto shutdowns due to PFL List Corrupt error. Started upgrade and got several bounce backs instructions to deinstalled several programs and drivers before installing and I followed all instructions. Install wen through and laptop worked for about one hour, then Got several updates from Microsoft and the trouble began.

          Had to tale the laptop to a local geek to try to fix, but he says i will probably have to reinstall Win 7 replacement and lose mu software and settings. : - O

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          5.0

          Way better than WinXP!

          By graff vinda-K

          from Milwaukee, WI

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          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Install
          • Easy To Navigate
          • Useful Features

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Educational Purposes
            • Everyday

            Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

            Everything seems to work better in this version. I was impressed by the slick layout and many new features that I've used such as Family Safety for internet and the speech to text capability. I'm sorry I didn't upgrade sooner! I've got it working fine on only 3GB of RAM...

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            5.0

            very satisfied

            By Janet

            from Sutter Creek, CA

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            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy To Install
            • Easy To Navigate
            • Useful Features

            Cons

            • None Yet Anyway

            Best Uses

              Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

              I really don't know much about computers but was real happy on how easy it was for me to install myself...saved me $ to have it done. I was able to upgrade without having to have the expense of a new computer.

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              5.0

              WINDOW 7 HOME PREMIUN UPGRADE

              By MCL

              from KANSAS CITY MO

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              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Install

              Cons

              • Take Little Longer No De

              Best Uses

              • Other For Used

              Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

              EASY TO INSTALL AND ALL WORK WELL NO PROBLEM AT ALL

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              • Personal
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              5.0

              New Life For An Aging PC

              By Ron the retiree

              from Kissimmee, FL

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              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Navigate
              • Manages Software Collaboration Well
              • Powerful
              • Useful Features

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Graphics & Publishing
                • Multimedia

                Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

                I needed an OS upgrade from WinXP to enable a Pinnacle Studio 16 upgrade for digital photography. Also had a startup issue which was eliminated by mandatory uninstalling WinXP. Includes 32 and 64 bit versions, 5 free programs and Microsoft support services free for 90 days.

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                • Personal
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                • PC

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                5.0

                Everything you expect!

                By WoodHog

                from Fayetteville, AR

                About Me Value Oriented

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Easy To Install

                Cons

                • None

                Best Uses

                • General

                Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

                What can you say about buying software....it's software, right? However, the service and price can make a difference. B&H provided everything you expect. How can you beat that?

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                • Personal
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                • PC

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                4.0

                Windows 7 Upgrade

                By Mr Mike

                from Northern California

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Easy To Install

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

                    Includes 64 bit and 32 bit DVDs. Note that if you are upgrading from XP, you have to back up your files, do a clean install, and reinstall of your applications.

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                    • Personal
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                    • PC

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                    3.0

                    May be better than Vista

                    By Joe

                    from Collinsville IL

                    About Me Quality Oriented

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Easy To Install

                    Cons

                    • Difficult To Navigate

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

                      It took about 6 hours to install, but I started it and went to bed, not an issue.

                      New learning curve, I was just getting used to Vista and Windows 7 requires relearning. Liked the Vista Task bar better, 7 hides too much and requires more steps to get to a pinned folder or application, especially Windows Explorer. As advertized, it seems to be a little quicker at times, never really clocked it, but it takes 3 minutes to boot up, I think Vista took 3 hours, so it seems.

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                      4.0

                      32-bit Upgrade from Vista -- Recommended

                      By Ava Lanche

                      from Bozeman, Montana

                      About Me Quality Oriented

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Cured Vista Local Only
                      • Easy To Navigate
                      • Powerful
                      • Useful Features

                      Cons

                      • Hard To Install or Upgrade

                      Best Uses

                      • Graphics & Publishing
                      • Internet

                      Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

                      This upgrade cured the Vista "local only" problem. Now I stay connected with confidence, and my Internet experience is much faster. I like the new desktop environment that I have created with Windows 7, and Internet navigation is improved. Not so Great: Installation. I had to hire a computer software specialist to uninstall/remove a factory-installed wireless driver from my Toshiba laptop. Windows 7 would not install until the driver was uninstalled. Ad/remove programs could not do the uninstall. Now Windows 7 is great, but lost one star for installation difficulties.

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                      • Personal
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                      3.0

                      Not an improvement for my older laptop

                      By nearprairie

                      from KCMO

                      About Me Quality Oriented

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Useful Features

                      Cons

                      • Hard To Install or Upgrade

                      Best Uses

                        Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

                        Switching my laptop OS from Vista to W7HP has not provided any quantifiable or operational improvements. (My other laptop runs W7Pro, which has proven to be more stable and fluid than any Apple OS I've used since 1999; I was hoping for a similar experience with W7HP.) The burr under the saddle may be the 'puter itself--an aging Sony Vaio NR430E limited to 2GB RAM, 32-bit, Intel 1.8 GHz CPU, 142 GB hard drive, DirectX 11.

                        Installation took nearly 3.5 hours and, after the cursory reboot, 119 updates and Windows 7 SP1 required another 3+ hours of download/install to ensure my new OS was copacetic. Once the lengthy prelude was complete it appeared as though there was no increase in boot or operation speed. In fact, the laptop seemed like it had run one furlong too many.

                        Power on time to the password screen was 57 seconds; 3 minutes, 10 seconds to a full desktop with WiFi ready--no improvement over Vista. I ran the Windows Experience Index and received a base score of 3.0, my operating range being 3.0-4.9 out of a possible 7.9--this ol' war horse was hobbled, indeed. Next I ran Disc Clean Up and then a Defrag. My experience rating stayed the same: 3.0.

                        Adding insult to potential injury, the install changed my default printer setting to a QB port, which took a while, and a few choice expletives, to figure out.

                        This laptop is used for pretty basic stuff--the interwebs, iTunes, photo editing, and MS Office, and the most demanding program we use is Photoshop Elements 10, which now takes nearly 87 seconds to load. In the first full week of use Mr. Vaio has locked up 3 times and doesn't run as smoothly, or as quickly, when loading or switching between open programs. If you have an older laptop with limited RAM an an older CPU, please take note when considering an upgrade to W7HP. As of this report, I should've left well enough alone.

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                        4.0

                        fixed my pc

                        By Bob

                        from Petersburg, PA

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                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Easy To Install
                        • Easy To Navigate
                        • Manages Software Collaboration Well

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                            Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

                            had malware problems and couldn't get online so i bought this to update my xp. It cleaned up the junk and now my pc works.

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                            5.0

                            Most excellent product

                            By Mrs. Smith

                            from Farmington, NM

                            About Me Quality Oriented

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Easy To Install

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                              • Educational Purposes
                              • Graphics & Publishing

                              Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

                              I really like my current Dell computer but the software was Windows Vista and I needed more space and a faster run time. So I talked with a B&H computer person and they advised me to purchase the Windows 7 Home Premium. I did and it was one of the best buys I have made. It was very easy to install, my computer is faster, I have so much more space for the projects I am doing. I feel like I came out of this deal shining. Thank you sales people at B&H and Windows 7. It meets all my expectations.

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                              4.0

                              Fixed a Vista issue

                              By David

                              from Greenwich, CT

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                              Pros

                              • Corrected a Vista issue
                              • Easy To Install

                              Cons

                                Best Uses

                                  Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

                                  Upgraded to correct a weird Vista issue. W7 works as I expected.

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                                  • Business
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                                  • PC

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                                  5.0

                                  great product

                                  By gary say

                                  from florida

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                                  Verified Buyer

                                  Pros

                                  • Useful Features

                                  Cons

                                    Best Uses

                                    • Multimedia

                                    Comments about Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32- or 64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista) DVD:

                                    it's a great product

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