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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (with Internet Explorer 8) £98.11 @ Misco
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (with Internet Explorer 8) £98.11 @ Misco

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (with Internet Explorer 8) £98.11 @ Misco

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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (with Internet Explorer


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, rewind, and record TV. Get the best entertainment experience with Windows 7 Home Premium.

What is Windows 7?
Your PC, simplified.
Windows 7 is the easiest, fastest, and most engaging version of Windows yet. Better ways to find and manage files, like Jump Lists and improved taskbar previews, help you speed through everyday tasks. Faster and more reliable performance means your PC just works the way you want it to. And great features like HomeGroup and Windows Touch make new things possible. Get to know Windows 7, and see how it can simplify just about everything you do with your PC.

Why Choose Windows 7?
Simplifies everyday tasks
Windows 7 makes the basics easier than ever. With HomeGroup, it's simple to share music, documents, printers, and everything else with the other PCs running Windows 7 in your house. Better taskbar previews give you a great view of what's open, and Jump Lists show you recent files with a single right-click.

Works the way you want
It doesn't matter how many neat tricks your PC can do if it's not running as smoothly as you expect. So we designed Windows 7 to help your PC sleep and resume faster. The new Action Center puts control over system messages where it should be: with you. Windows 7 supports the latest advances in PC hardware, like 64-bit computing and multi-core processors, and improved memory utilization helps your hardware reach its full performance potential.

Makes new things possible Once you've got that simpler, faster PC, some cool new features would be great. Here you go: You'll be able to connect to networks-home, work, coffee shop-with a couple of clicks, and with Windows Touch (and the right hardware), you'll soon be using your fingers to flip through files, work with pictures, and even "paint."



Features
Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation.
Start programs faster and more easily, and quickly find the documents you use most often.
Watch, pause, rewind, and record TV on your PC.
Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup.


Specifications
Product Description Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (with Internet Explorer
Compatibility PC
Localization English
Media DVD-ROM
License Qty 1 PC
Package Type Retail
System Requirements 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver

13 Comments

wow, this is not HOT, i got it for £50 last year with IE8

Windows 7 Ultimate here at student software, with no checks for £58: software4students.co.uk/Mic…spx

Eligable even if you have a child in primary school!

Isn't IE 8 Free everywhere?! Not really a benefit?! Also very very cold price!!

alexandercooper;8497713

Windows 7 Ultimate here at student software, with no checks for £58: … Windows 7 Ultimate here at student software, with no checks for £58: http://www.software4students.co.uk/Microsoft_Windows_7_Ultimate_32_bit_Edition_Upgrade-details.aspxEligable even if you have a child in primary school!


Have two there and another one starting soon, think i can claim 3 copies??;-)

moorjock;8497783

Have two there and another one starting soon, think i can claim 3 … Have two there and another one starting soon, think i can claim 3 copies??;-)



Not sure, though i have used software4students before and their are no checks and it all arrived fast: recommended.

Just do 3 seperate orders if needed, 1 for you at your address and 1 each for the grandparents.

Thread stealing here, but can anyone tell me if i buy windows 7 upgrade form that software4students would it be any different to buying windows 7 upgrade from the likes of PC world .... ie is there any limitations or student branding on the software ???

sandman112;8497973

Thread stealing here, but can anyone tell me if i buy windows 7 upgrade … Thread stealing here, but can anyone tell me if i buy windows 7 upgrade form that software4students would it be any different to buying windows 7 upgrade from the likes of PC world .... ie is there any limitations or student branding on the software ???



You only get the genuine discs with the keycode to register your product to get updates etc from microsoft.

It wont be packaged like a shop version! No Manual Etc

Obviously it still a genuine microsoft product that does the same thing for less money

Obviously you are ment to be a student or a guardian of someone at school etc.

I would not bother doing a seperate post, as this has been done several times before.

I bought a single Win 7 Pro upgrade
from software4students

I had 3 separate ways to circumvent the upgrade authentication path.

Anticlimax - i did an 'Advanced Install' and no questions were asked

COCO

Duff deal.
Cold

Just to clear up the software4students thing - you are entitled to buy Microsoft products on the basis that they are for a student - one copy per student only.

Parents and Guardians can buy on their behalf but it must be for them and not yourself.

They may not check but if you are buying for yourself (whether you're the parent/guardian of someone in education or not) you're paying money to own what is no better than pirated software (except it's more expensive than pirated software!!).

Microsoft Educational licences are 'for life' too - once you have the software you can use it forever even after you leave education- unlike Adobe who's licences expire when you leave (leaving you having to pay full price to continue to use their software - there isn't even an upgrade path!!).

and Adobe wonder why they're the most pirated developer in the world...

I pre-orderd at £45 when it was going to be minus an internet browser, I ended up getting the full version (not upgrade). Was a great step up from Vista.

Hilarious that OP thinks this is a good deal
IE8 is free for a start! (and Google Chrome is so much better)
Dell (of all suppliers) sell this edition of Windows 7 for £64 delivered
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