You get an unmarked CD-R that contains 'recovery tools' but this does not appear to be a proper Windows 7 recovery disk. It also appears to be unlicensed software provided without a COA label and/or product key.
By Ash on 04 November 2014
Im not an expert, but as long as youve backed up your existing setup,or have the discs, I would think yes. But if you are online on present setup[ I would ask DELL or Microsoft before going on. Id be surprised if they couldnt give good and authorative guidance. Good luck
By B. allen on 07 October 2014
The computer is not knew. it is an old computer which has been upgraded. I had to upgrade the wireless capability. Good value for the money but not a super duper computer.
By eri byrne on 29 October 2014
The one in mine is: Intel Pentium dual core E2180 2.00GHz. 64bit. Being 64bit and 4gb memory it is quite a quick machine. Using mine as media centre connected up to TV in lounge. (Also very Quiet) It seems to handle all we use it for with ease (BBC iPlayer, ITVPlayer, music ect).
By Neil H on 26 May 2014