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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium with Service Pack 1, 64-bit, English, 1 Pack, DSP OEI (PC) (This OEM software is intended for system builders only)
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Microsoft GFC-02733 - MS WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM SP1 64BIT 1PK
Windows 7 Home Premium makes it easy to create a home network and share all of your favourite photos, videos, and music. And you can watch shows for free when and where you want with Internet TV on Windows Media Center. Get the best entertainment experience with Windows 7 Home Premium.
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Things u should know:
You can't use this oem version of windows to upgrade from a previous version. It is for completely new builds only.
As it's an oem version you dont have any recourse with microsoft if u have problems, u have to take up any issues with the company that installed windows on your rig, I.e. You
You still get all your updates as normal
This version of windows is good for 1 pc only.
So if you have a brand new pc with a clean hdd this oem version of windows will be fine for you, and pretty cheap to boot.
I cut my losses and decided to not risk a cheaper price again and bought this (especially as I intend to start my own business in a few months I want to be sure everything is legit)
I did my research this time and got in touch with the online support team at Microsoft to help the decision between this OEM version and the full version (A good 150pound difference at the time of writing). As long as you understand that this copy will lock to your motherboard (so when that dies your windows copy goes with it) then this is an affordable way to be legal for a single PC. As I have just built my own PC for the first time and my kit is up to date this doesn't really worry me. I can still upgrade all my other hardware that will need doing first (ram, hard drives etc.)
Two factors I found most important that came directly from Microsoft support...
- They were perfectly happy for me to install this Windows OEM version on my self built PC.
- They recommended Amazon as they are a certified seller of Windows (make sure you're not buying from the lower priced illegal sellers. How this isn't clamped down on by Amazon I don't know, I guess it's to difficult to police)
As for the delivery etc... Amazon delivered as stated. I paid for the first class delivery and it was here the next morning. No fancy packaging but neat and secure. Great.
As for Windows 7 Home Premium... I managed to build my own PC but I'm no tech pro. Seems great to me. I was considering the Pro or Ultimate version but decided both were unnecessary for my small business purposes. Piece of cake to install. Yum!
So, Windows 7 64-bit itself. There are so many reviews on the product itself, I won't add to the debate other than to say that when installed on an SSD drive, boot-up time from start to user account logon (including the system pause for BIOS entry option) is around 15-20 seconds. Following user account logon being entered, it takes around another 15 seconds to load and use. All in all, very pleased with Windows 7 and a vast improvemnt over Vista.
It is very easy to install I would defiantly recommend this to anyone who is undecided,go for it you will have no regrets.
If you are doing a full install I would advise downloading windows easy transfer this really makes the job very simple make sure you gather your driver discs, eg. for printer, monitor etc.
I was unsure about buying the OEM version over the Full version, as you only get one installation per serial number. But if, like me, you don't intent to be upgrading your motherboard anytime soon, this is the option for you, and its about £50 cheaper than the Full version.
You can re-install it onto the same machine if you need to re-format for any reason, as long as no components have been changed. eg. CPU Motherboard etc.
I hope this helps if you sitting on the fence.
I tried a new graphics card, but that made no difference. I was about to order a new £1K PC, when I saw the OEM version of Windows 7 64-bit on Amazon. I thought I'd have a go at installing the new OS and see if it made any difference. If it didn't, I thought that at least it would make the machine more usable for handing on to my sister. I knew that I'd be able to address the full installed 4Gb RAM, and thought that I might get some other minor speed gains.
I was a bit worried about using an OEM version, but I needn't have, it installed quickly and easily, without any problems. The last time I installed a Windows OS was Windows 2000, and that was quite a faff. Installing Windows 7 couldn't have been easier, with nice simple GUIs to partition and format the drives etc. You no longer need to be a mega-geek to install! It was also much quicker than I expected to install.
I'm amazed at how much faster my machine is running now, it's like having a brand new PC! It seems that Vista 32 was only getting about half the performance from the hardware. It boots much faster, and start up doesn't freeze you out for minutes like it did in Vista. I use Win7 at work, and put the performance down to a newer spec machine. I knew that Vista was slow, but not that slow.
Anyway, CS6 ACR is now very usable, with only a hint of lag in some operations.
My Windows Experience scores before and after show the gain in performance across the board:
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