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What Windows 7 version do you need? November 20, 2009

Posted by iappletechy in Technology.
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What version of Windows 7 should you get? Well that is definetiley a good question my answer to it is with another question. What so you need to do on a computer? (1) Do you have to do specific things for business or something else in that line or (2) are you just the average everyday person that wants this upgrade? If you are in the (1) category definetly choose Windows 7 version Ultimate for some major features I will state here.

Windows 7 Ultimate is designed for people who want it all.

  • Simplify everyday tasks: find something instantly, compare documents side-by-side, or easily back-up your complete system over a network. Further protect your data with Bitlocker security
  • Enjoy a PC that works the way you want it to: supporting 64-bit technologies and offering XP Mode for your business productivity applications.
  • Make new things possible: watch Internet TV, pause, rewind, and record TV or use Touch to interact with your PC in new ways. You can also choose to work in any one of 35 languages on the same PC

And category (2) would have to choose between Windows 7 Home Premium which has :

Windows 7 Home Premium offers the best entertainment experience on your PC.

  • Simplify everyday tasks: find something instantly, compare documents side-by-side, or open your favorite file in just two clicks
  • Enjoy a PC that works the way you want it to with better support for today’s technologies, like 64-bit PC hardware and memory
  • Make new things possible: watch Internet TV, pause, rewind, and record TV or use Touch to interact with your PC in new way

Or you may want the slightly more advanced Windows 7 Professional which covers these features :

Windows 7 Professional has everything you need for work and home

  • Simplify everyday tasks: find something instantly, compare documents side-by-side, or easily back-up your complete system over a network
  • Enjoy a PC that works the way you want it to: supports 64-bit technologies and offers XP Mode for your business productivity applications
  • Make new things possible: watch Internet TV, pause, rewind, and record TV or use Touch to interact with your PC in new ways

Well those two different types of Windows 7 do have there differences but which one would be best for me? Well do you plan on just using this computer as a just look at stuff download something, write a paper, and do other normal things like that Windows 7 Home Premium would suit you nicely, but if you have multiple computers that you want to share files over you could do it over Windows 7 Professional’s built in network maker for the PC files on your WiFi at your home. Also what happens if an application you need to run for work only works for XP well Windows 7 Professional has XP Compatibility Mode, so you are definitely safe there. Windows 7 is basically personal preference to what you are doing in life.

Well good luck choosing and I hope you enjoy your new Windows OS, I’m still preferring to stay with Mac OSX but thats just me. Yes I do have Windows 7 Ultimate on my family’s Windows Laptop and I’m enjoying it a lot more then Vista or XP for that matter I enjoy the User-Interface is a lot more sleek and fun to work with that XP and its simple but nice design.

I hope this post may have helped you with the choosing of your Windows 7 version, and I hope you enjoy this brand new Windows OS.

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Comments»

1. noactive - January 11, 2010

What Windows 7 version do you need? .Thanks for nice post.I added to my twitter.

iAppleTechy - January 11, 2010

Thanks for the positive comment, more blogs coming soon hard to write a tasteful blog that people will find informative and well written each week with school and everything.


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