Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Upgrade
What we think
Some flaws in design, but playing heroes with a limited lifespan provides interesting decisions and choices.
Reasons to buy
- + Improved performance
- + Pinned icons
- + Live thumbnails
- + Jump lists and window snaps make Aero useful as well as attractive
- + New ways of organising files with libraries
- + Improved backup
- + Less annoying notifications
Reasons to avoid
- - XP Mode isn't an integrated option yet
- - Microsoft backed down on libraries and Ctrl-E brings up My Computer instead
- - You can't add NAS drives to libraries
- - Ultimate edition is almost unnecessary except for adding BitLocker – which should be in the Professional Edition – and rather expensive (as are the Anytime Upgrades)
- - Yes, it's what Vista should have been (but it's more than that)
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Windows 7 will include tons of little refinements and a few big ones many suggested by you. The result? Everyday computing is faster, simpler, easier.
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The Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Upgrade Operating System was added to the Operating Systems category in June 2016.
The lowest price GetPrice has found for the Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Upgrade Operating System in Australia is $199.95 from BIT-TEC.
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