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Windows 7 Home Premium 32 & 64 BIT Full Version OEM DVD and Product Key

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Windows 7 Home Pr. 32bit&64bit - Full Version OEM DVD with Product Key. Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium. Comprehensive updated database of component drivers to get the basics up and running (you stil...
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About Windows 7 OEM

Windows 7 is an operating system that is produced by Microsoft, which was first introduced in 2009. Windows 7 was the successor to the previous Microsoft operating system, Windows Vista. However, while there were many new features that were introduced with the launch of Windows Vista, Windows 7 was more of an incremental upgrade. Notable differences between Windows Vista and Windows 7 included various improvements to performance, along with a newly redesigned task bar for users. The new Windows 7 operating system also included better compatibility with a wider range of external devices, and provided a range of connectivity options tailored to each device as it was connected to the computer. The operating system was also designed to be faster than its predecessor, launching a lower number of programmes at start up to ensure that the system would start quicker and also run more efficiently. Windows 7 is available in various versions, for home usage or for commercial usage. By buying an OEM version of Windows 7, you are buying an Original Equipment Manufacturer version: a version that is bought at a reduced rate by companies that make computers, with the intention of the operating system being installed on machines that they make. OEM operating systems are only allowed to be used with the computer for which they were originally designed. It is the computer manufacturer that provides the support for these operating systems, and not Microsoft.