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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
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Below Average
Rating: 9.18/10

Review Date: 11/29/13
Cons: UAC

Pros: Reliable, good performance overall
Great OS. Been using it on my laptop for 3 years and just bought a copy for my in-laws to upgrade their XP Home computer before XP goes end-of-life.

Review Date: 11/28/13
Cons: None

Pros: Actual upgrade from XP, good design
Went to this from XP and jumped over Vista. Works good, less bulky then vista. No real complaints. Good option if you want to play all games out there while linux catches up. Might switch when it does.

Review Date: 11/24/13
Cons: no upgrade path from 32bit..had to do fresh new installation

Pros: easy install
Took about 2 hrs to wipe HD and install W7 64bit...found all of the drivers on installation except a TV card. Changed to 64bit programs when they were available and when not reinstalled my 32bit programs which run just fine.

Review Date: 11/15/13
Cons: Home Premium supports only up to 16gb of ram

Pros: Great OS
Great OS from Microsoft !

Review Date: 09/04/13
Cons: None So far.

Pros: Fast / very reliable
I have been using Windows 7 since Launch. This OS is far more stable then any of my XP / Vista systems. Only have one system with Home Premium. all the others are Ultimate. Highly recommended.

Review Date: 06/26/13
Cons: None

Pros: Easy instalation, fast boot times, nice Ui, easy to use, and Much more.
If you are still using Windows Xp or below this would be an awesome upgrade.

Review Date: 05/30/13

Highlander Islander@NCIX

Review Date: 05/19/13
Cons: ominous wording on the packaging

Pros: cheaper than an off the shelf version
My first OEM software purchase, working on upgrading some computers for my workplace. Before I even opened it I read the outside of the package that MS requires this software to have an OPK (preinstall kit) and that I have to be some sort of registered service technician. Got me all worried till I read on the NCIX forums that it's all just rubbish and to go ahead and install it anyway. I did, everything worked out just fine ;)

Review Date: 03/27/13
Cons: still overpriced

Pros: widely used, so no software compatibility issues
always owned windows. thought about going with Windows 8 for this new build, but it's really more geared towards touch-screen technology. not what i want for my desktop system. i'll stick with the OS i already know inside-out. it's just easy.

Review Date: 03/19/13
Cons: -Not the Pro version

Pros: -Not Windows 8-Cheap
Given all the hullabaloo with the Windows 8 Metro interface and the removal of the Start menu, I picked this up for $85.Unless you're a power user, you won't miss too much the additional features of the Pro version, outlined in the following URL:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_7_editions

Review Date: 02/14/13
Cons: No Isssues

Pros: Solid O/SStable
I went from Windows XP to Win 7 and I like some of the additional features. The gadgets that u can pin onto the desktop is useful, like the weather. The ability to right click on minimized tabs give more options and is a plus. I plugged in my new printer and it auto downloaded the Drivers for me, and I don't need to waste time on it, which is great!I didn't go with Win 8 cause it looked like they were building and optimizing it for the handheld, and Win 7 is more compatible with games.

Review Date: 02/05/13
Cons: none

Pros: Reliable Cheap
would prefer over windows 8 any day. Had this forever no problems.

Review Date: 01/25/13
Cons: none

Pros: always good to have the CD key when you want to upgrade straightly from MS
product speaks itself. runs smooth on my new build PC

Review Date: 01/05/13
Cons: can't go wrong with win 7

Pros: better than win 8 or vistacan use the cd for any 64 bit version of win 7 - the licence key determines the version installed
Got this to insure myself against win 8 and now I have a physical disk from Microsoft for my other digital win 7 installations.

Review Date: 01/01/13
Cons: Takes getting used and at times I miss XP

Pros: better than VistaSmooth interface
I'd take Windows 7 over Vista any day. So far it's working great and I'm sure the SSD drive, quad core CPU, and 16 GB of ram help big time ;)

Review Date: 12/30/12
Cons: none

Pros: nice upgrade from xp
Nxic got the best service and prices on the net

Review Date: 12/26/12
Cons: None other then not the newest OS

Pros: Much more intuitive then Win 8Better than Vista (less power hungry)The logical step up from XP which is due to retire shortly.
After trying WIN 8 I made the decision to pick up a couple of extra copies of 7. One for a PC I'm building for someone else and one to keep back for when I sell this machine so I can hold on to my PRO copy. First time since 200 I didn't jump right on the relase of a new OS. Going to hold out for 9 and hope it's better than 8

Review Date: 12/25/12
Cons: its an old os

Pros: Better than vista by a mileequal to windows 8
Windows 7 is probably the best operating system avaliable right now. Windows 8 might replace it but its interface if still top notch.

Review Date: 12/23/12
Cons: Not much

Pros: Much better than Windows VistaNot worse than Windows 8
Windows 7 is not going anywhere anytime soon. Still a great OS to buy, especially since Windows 8 needs a little more time to work out some compatibility issues.

Review Date: 12/20/12
Cons: Only supported until 2020.

Pros: FastReliableDevice Support
The new Windows xp.Fast, secure, minimal interface.Free express shipping, arrived day after ordering.Kudos to NCIX.

Review Date: 12/12/12
Cons: none

Pros: great operating system
No need to change to windows 8 for metro. Classic Microsoft interface with good speeds.

Review Date: 11/27/12
Cons: Home network between windows 7 and XP is not very easy to setup

Pros: It is windows 7 after allSP1 included64 bit
64 bit means more ram :)I had a lot of problems making the home network run with a windows xp in it :(

Review Date: 11/25/12
Cons: None that I can think of

Pros: I like the classic desktop interface. Faster than Vista or XP and stable
I needed to upgrade 2 desktops one XP & one Vista and I wasn't sure if I should get 2 Win 8 so I got 1 of each. I like the classic interface of WIN 7 but WIN 8 looks much cooler. I don't regret having 1 of each. They should be good for a little while or at leat until Microsoft stops supporting WIN 7 ;) This review was modfied by poster @ 11-25-12 09:35 AM

Review Date: 11/21/12
Cons: Updates...lots of them after initial install.

Pros: Quick install. No extra frills like bloatware. Runs so fast and smooth on a SSD.
Its Windows so information security is always something to think about. Comes with Windows Security Essentials and Windows Defender but both are intial forays into internet security and still need improvement. No worries though if you download and install some free security software from the many other providers. Feel confident in your purchase.

Review Date: 11/16/12
Cons: - It isn't UNIX-like :)

Pros: Compared to Windows XP:- Faster start-up- Easier on the eyes- Safer- Start menu search rocks!
After more than a year using Microsoft Windows 7, I can say without a doubt it is the real successor to Microsoft Windows XP. It's fast, reliable and it Just Works™.
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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Operating System Software - DVD
With Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Operating System Software, you'll get the best entertainment experience on your PC! 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, and rewind TV or record it to watch whenever and wherever you want.* For the best entertainment experience on your PC, choose Windows 7 Home Premium.

Easy To Use

  • Getting things done is easier. With the new Taskbar and navigation features like Snap, it's easier to compare to windows side by side, and JumpLists put files you use often just two clicks away.
  • Home Group makes it easy to create a home network and connect your PCs running Windows 7 to a printer.

Faster To Use

  • Find virtually anything on your PC - from documents to songs to email - just by typing a word or two with Windows Search
  • Windows 7 Professional takes full advantage of the latest 64-bit PCs.

* Additional hardware may be required.

Windows 7 System Requirements

  • 1GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor.
  • 1GB RAM (32-bit) or 2GB RAM (64-bit)
  • DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver.

Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor can help you determine which features and editions of Windows 7 will run on your computer. Visit http://windows.microsoft.com/upgradeadvisor when available.

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium - English US, DVD
New Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium is your PC, simplified. You told Microsoft what you want in a PC. They listened. And made hundreds of little improvements and a few big ones that add up to a whole lot less. Less waiting, fewer clicks, and less complexity. With less of what you don?t need, Windows 7 helps you do more. More work, more play, and more of everything in between. Making every task simpler and every day easier.

What's new in Windows 7

Windows 7 was built around your feedback, so you'll see a lot of things you've asked for. You asked us to make everyday tasks faster and easier, to make your PC work the way you want it to, and to make it possible to do new things. And that's exactly what we're doing. See how it's coming to life.

Improved taskbar and full-screen previews
The taskbar at the bottom of your screen is what you use to launch programs and switch between them when they're open. In Windows 7 you can pin any program to the taskbar so it?s always just a click away, and you can rearrange the icons on the taskbar just by clicking and dragging. We?ve made the icons considerably bigger, too, so they?re easier to use. Hover over the icons and you?ll see thumbnails of every file or window that open in that program, and if you hover over the thumbnail, you?ll see a full-screen preview of that window. Move the cursor off the thumbnail and the full-screen preview disappears.

Jump Lists
With Windows 7, we focused on keeping the things you use most right in front of you. One example: The new Jump List feature. It's a handy way to quickly reach the files you've been working with. To see the files you've used recently, just right click on the icon on your taskbar. So right-clicking on the Word icon will show your most recent Word documents. Plus, if there are other files you want to keep handy, you can just pin them to the Jump List so they?ll always appear. That way, the documents you?re likely to want are just a couple clicks away.

Some programs, such as Windows Media Player, can pre-populate their Jump Lists with common tasks. For example, on the Jump List for Windows Media Player, you?ll see options to Play All Music or resume your last playlist. On the Jump List for Internet Explorer, you?ll see frequently and recently viewed websites. With some programs, you?ll even have quick access to tasks that, in the past, were only available from within the program, such as composing a new e-mail message.

Desktop enhancements
Windows 7 simplifies how you work with the windows on your desktop. You'll have more intuitive ways to open, close, resize, and arrange them.

With Windows 7, it?s easier to do things you do all of the time. For example, before, when you wanted to compare two open windows, you had to manually resize your open windows to show them side by side. With Snaps, you can simply grab a window and pull it to either side edge of the screen to fill half the screen. Snap windows to both sides, and it?s easier than ever to compare those windows.

Another thing you may want to do is quickly see your gadgets or grab a file from your desktop. To see your desktop just move your mouse to the lower right corner of your desktop. That'll make all the open Windows transparent?so your desktop is immediately visible. Want to get all but one window out of your way? Grab the top of that window, shake it and all the other open windows will minimize to the taskbar. Shake the window again, and they?ll all come back.

Now You See Them...

Now you don't: See through to the desktop with invisible windows

Windows Search
Looking for something on your PC? What?s your first instinct? If you use the web a lot, you probably start by looking around for a search box. Now, you can find things on your computer the same way. Introduced with Windows Vista, Windows Search helps you find virtually anything on your PC quickly and easily. Windows 7 also makes search results more relevant and easier to understand. Looking for a file, e-mail, or application? While you can easily look through folders and menus, there?s an even faster way. Just click on the Start button and you?ll see a search box at the bottom of the Start menu. Just enter a word or few letters in the name or file you want, and you?ll get an organized list of results.

Windows 7 uses libraries to show all content of a particular type in one spot. Say you?ve got photos in several locations on your PC. A lot will be in your Photos folder. But you might have some in documents folders too. Your photos library makes it easy for you to browse and use all your photos, no matter where they are on your PC.

By collecting things into a single view, libraries make it simpler to find what you?re looking for. They?re even more powerful with Windows Search. You can search your Libraries using filters to customize your search. For example, when you?re looking for music you can search by album. Or search for photos by the date they were taken. You can go to your Documents Library, click on authors, and see all the documents on your computer sorted by author name.

Internet Explorer 8
Available now, Internet Explorer 8 helps you do what you want online, faster. With innovations to the address bar, search, tabs, and the Favorites bar, Internet Explorer 8 brings you more information, with less effort.

    Instant Search
    To start, as you type a search request you'll immediately start seeing relevant suggestions from your chosen search provider, complete with images when available. The twist: search will also use your browsing history to narrow the suggestions. If you see what you're looking for, you can go right to the list without finishing the request.

    There are online services you use all the time. Like mapping a location. With Accelerators, you can highlight a bit of information on any page, click on the blue Accelerators icon, and choose from a variety of relevant services. So if you highlight a street address and right click, the Live Maps Accelerator will show a map preview right there on the page. In addition to mapping, you?ll find Accelerators for e-mailing, blogging, searching, translating, and sharing information. Popular services including eBay and Facebook offer special Accelerators you can use with their sites.

    Web Slices
    A Web Slice is something you use when you need to track information on a website, but you don?t want to keep going to the site. Use a web slice for things like auction items, sports scores, entertainment columns, and weather reports. When the content you're watching changes, you?ll see it right away in the Web Slice in your Favorites Bar.

All together now: See all your devices in one spot

Better device management
One of the great things about PCs is how they let us use such a wide array of devices. In the past, you had to use several different screens to manage different types of devices. But With Windows 7, you'll use a single Devices and Printers screen to connect, manage, and use whatever printers, phones, and other devices you have on-hand.

A new technology in Windows 7 called Device Stage takes device management a step further. Device Stage helps you interact with any compatible device connected to your computer. From Device Stage you can see device status and run common tasks from a single window. There are even pictures of the devices which makes it really easy to see what's there. Device manufacturers can customize Device Stage. For example, if your camera manufacturer offers a custom version of Device Stage, then when you plug your camera into your PC, you could see things like the number of photos on your camera and links to helpful information.

Today, you may have a network in your home that you use to share an internet connection. But it can be hard to share other things, like files and printers. Do you have one or more computers in your home but only one printer? If you?re like most people, when you need to print a file that?s on your laptop in your bedroom on the printer in your den, you probably e-mail the file from one PC to another or transfer it on a USB drive. And if you need to find a file but don?t know which computer it?s stored on, chances are you?re in for a long night as you traipse from PC to PC and search each one.

HomeGroup, a new feature in Windows 7, makes connecting the computers in your home a painless process. HomeGroup is set up automatically when you add the first PC running Windows 7 to your home network. Adding more PCs running Windows 7 to the HomeGroup is an easy process. You can specify exactly what you want to share from each PC with all the PCs in the HomeGroup. Then, sharing files across the various PCs in your home?and many other devices?is as easy as if all your data were on a single hard drive. So you can store digital photos on a computer in your den and easily access them from a laptop anywhere in your home. Similarly, once in a HomeGroup, the printer in your den is shared automatically with all of the PCs in your home.

Decide whether to join an existing network

Easily explore content on other devices on the network

View Available Network (VAN)
Windows 7 makes viewing and connecting to all of your networks simple and consistent. You'll always have one-click access to available networks, regardless of whether those networks are based on Wi-Fi, mobile broadband, dial-up, or your corporate VPN.

View Available Network (VAN)

Windows 7 Works your way!

Faster, more responsive performance
Nobody likes to wait, so we all want our PCs to perform well. We looked at a number of ways to improve performance on PCs running Windows 7. We designed the operating system to be more responsive and simpler to use.

To improve performance, Windows 7 is designed to make PCs start up, shut down, resume from standby, and respond faster. To help you zip through your day, we?ve added new features to simplify the number of steps required to do common things. Some of the features that?ll help you save time include:

  • Windows Taskbar simplifies working with your applications and files
  • Jump Lists put the documents you want handy and the ones you?ve used recently a couple clicks away

We?ve also focused on making it more convenient to work with the operating system. For example, the Action Center gives you more control over how the operating system notifies you about system changes. You can recover more quickly from problems when they do occur because when you?re ready to address issues, Windows 7 will help you fix them.

Power management improvements
We designed Windows 7 to improve battery life by adding power-saving enhancements,such as adaptive display brightness, which dims the display if you haven't used your PC for a while. Other improvements include using less power to play DVDs (handy on a trip) and using processing power more efficiently.

Bright idea: With a display that dims automatically, you get longer battery life

We know how important it is for the hardware and software you use today to work with Windows 7. So we?re doing several things to help.

  • We?re working with our partners to help ensure their products will work with Windows 7. You can expect that most of the products that work with Windows Vista to work
  • If you?re buying a new device or application, look for the "Compatible with Windows 7" logo. These products have passed tests that Microsoft designed to install readily and run reliably with Windows 7.
  • With Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate, you?ll be able to run many productivity and business programs designed for Windows XP. Some additional software will be necessary and it will be available free-of-charge as a download from Microsoft.

Reduce interruptions
In previous versions, Windows was often able to tell you when something on your computer needed attention. Unfortunately, it often did so by interrupting you with pop-ups or other messages. These were helpful if the problem required immediate attention. However, they were less helpful if the problem was not urgent and you didn?t want to take care of it at the time. Rather than popping up with a message in the lower right of your screen, if Windows 7 needs your attention, you'll see an Action Center icon and can find out more by clicking it. If you don't have time to look at the alert immediately, Action Center will keep the information waiting for you to address later.

Action Center will keep the information waiting for you to address later

Windows 7 helps you solve more problems, and it helps you solve them on your own schedule. The Action Center is a new, integrated Control Panel experience that gives you a central place to go for tasks and notifications associated with keeping your computer running smoothly. It makes it easier for you to fix problems yourself by providing a new streamlined experience for addressing notifications and managing computer issues.

Simplifying maintenance, quieting the system: Action Center consolidates notifications

New Possibilities with Windows 7

Easier TV, movies, and video
With a streamlined user interface and support for new content types and digital TV, Windows Media Center in certain editions of Windows 7 makes watching TV, movies, and other video content on your PC easier than ever. With a simple USB TV Tuner you can record and watch shows on your schedule. Windows Media Center has been updated to manage a single TV guide containing both standard and digital high definition TV shows.

Quickly browse recorded TV shows

You'll be able to find your favorite shows super-fast with new features such as turbo scroll. Just hold down the right-arrow key and you'll zip through content listings.

TV, music, pictures, and video
Streaming media in your home - One of the great things about PCs is how they help you put your pictures, videos, recorded TV, and music in one place. Once everything is in that spot, it's natural to want to enjoy it on other PCs and devices in your home. Windows 7 helps you do it. It'd be great to just ?send? music from your PC to the place where you want to see or hear it. And you can. It's called streaming, and Windows 7 makes it easy to use your PC to stream music, videos, or photos to your home audio-video system and other networked media devices. New media streaming features make your PC a great hub for audio, video, recorded TV, and photos throughout your home. So, when you set up a home group or media streaming from Windows Media Player, you can enjoy your music, pictures, and videos easily on other computers running Windows 7 and other devices in your home.

Share your media without losing control

Play to
Here's another way to enjoy the music on your PC?send it to another device. Let's say you're sitting on your couch, using your laptop to read e-mail or surf the web. You'd like to listen to some music, but you don't want to hear it coming out of your laptop's speakers?and you don't want to get up and go find your portable media device. With Windows 7, you don't have to. Just open Windows Media Player, right-click on what you'd like to hear, select Play To, and you'll see a list of devices and PCs on which you can play your music, like your network-connected stereo or Xbox 360. In most cases, if your media receiver doesn't support the file format for your media, Windows 7 automatically converts that content into a format that your media receiver can play. Windows Media Player even offers controls to manage that device, such as play, stop, and skip tracks so your PC becomes your remote control.

Play media on your home audio system

Remote Media Streaming
Once you've got your pictures, music, videos, and recorded TV content on your home PC, it'd be nice to take it with you, say on a family vacation. But you may not have time to download what you want onto your laptop or other media player. But, if your home PC and your laptop use Windows 7, then you can use the entertainment on your home PC from pretty much wherever you can connect to the Internet. You can use Windows Media Player on your laptop to listen to music, and view pictures, videos, or recorded TV, in the media libraries on your home PC. No need to take all your photos with you: so when you're at the family reunion, you can tap into your home PC and share photos with the whole gang.

Keep your life in-sync with Windows Live
If you are using Windows 7, you'll want to get Windows Live Essentials. It's free! Windows Live Essentials provides some features that were previously included in Windows Vista and other Windows operating systems, like programs to:

  • Manage your multiple e-mail accounts in one place
  • Make the most of your digital photos
  • Chat instantly with IM
  • Keep your family safer online

And Windows Live Essentials seamlessly connects what you do on your PC with the online services you use every day, like Windows Live Hotmail, Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, and others. One easy download gives you Windows Live Photo Gallery, Mail, Messenger, Movie Maker, and more. With these great applications you can get even more out of Windows 7.

Windows Live Photo Gallery

Windows Touch
While great for a lot of tasks, using a keyboard and mouse is not always the easiest way to do things. With Windows 7, if you've got a touch-screen monitor, you can just touch your computer screen for a more direct and natural way to work. Use your fingers to scroll, resize windows, play media, and pan and zoom.

The Start menu, Windows Taskbar, and Windows Explorer are touch-friendly, with larger icons that are easier to select with your finger. Browsing the web with Internet Explorer 8 is easier too?just use your finger to scroll down a Web page or browse your favorite links. You can even use your finger to arrange the pictures in a photo album.

Windows 7 also introduces support for new multi-touch technology, so you can control what happens on the screen with more than one finger. For example, you can zoom in on an image by moving two fingers closer together, like you're pinching something, or zoom out by moving two fingers apart. You can rotate an image on the screen by rotating one finger around another, and can right-click by holding one finger on your target and tapping the screen with a second finger.

Resize a window by touching its corners

Software Terms of Use
Use of this OEM System Builder Channel software is subject to the terms of the Microsoft OEM System Builder License. This software is intended for pre-installation on a new personal computer for resale. This OEM System Builder Channel software requires the assembler to provide end user support for the Windows software and cannot be transferred to another computer once it is installed. To acquire Windows software with support provided by Microsoft please see our full package "Retail" product offerings.

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Product Specifications

Disclaimer Use of this OEM System Builder Channel software is subject to the terms of the Microsoft OEM System Builder License. This software is intended for pre-installation on a new personal computer for resale. This OEM System Builder Channel software requires the assembler to provide end user support for the Windows software and cannot be transferred to another computer once it is installed. To acquire Windows software with support provided by Microsoft please see our full package "Retail" product offerings.
Brand Microsoft
Model GFC-02050
Name Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit English 1-Pack
Version Home
System Requirements If you want to run Windows 7 on your PC, here's what it takes:
1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 64-bit (x64) processor

1 gigabyte (GB) RAM or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)

16 GB available hard disk space or 20 GB (64-bit)

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

Music and sound require audio output
Packaging OEM
Features Easier to use
Simplify your PC with new navigation features like Aero Shake, Jump Lists, and Snap.

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.

It's faster
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 and easy.

Best PC entertainment experience
Watch, pause, rewind, and record TV with Windows Media Center.

Watch your favorite DVD movies.

Includes integrated video and Dolby audio codecs.

Best PC entertainment experience
Watch, pause, rewind, and record TV with Windows Media Center.

Watch your favorite DVD movies.

Includes integrated video and Dolby audio codecs.
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