Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 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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Makes daily tasks easier with improved desktop navigation. Start programs faster, more easily and quickly find documents on your computer. Make your web experience faster, easier and safer than ever with IE 8. Watch, pause, rewind, and record TV on your PC. Run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode. Help protect data on your PC and portable storage devices against loss or theft with BitLocker.
Here's some more information about this product
The Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Upgrade Operating System was added to the Operating Systems category in June 2016.
The lowest price GetPrice has found for the Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Upgrade Operating System in Australia is $279.95 from BIT-TEC.
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