Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit Box / Windows 7 Coa Sticker
|Place of Origin:||USA|
|Model Number:||windows 7|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||20Pcs|
|Price:||good price and negotiable|
|Packaging Details:||retail box oem pack|
|Delivery Time:||1-2 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram, Transferwise, Payoneer|
|Key:||OEM||Pack:||COA DVD License|
|Language:||English / Spanish / French||Delivery:||DHL Package|
|Version:||Professional||Activation:||100% Online Activation|
|Guarantee:||Replace For Free If Any Problem||Key Life:||Lifetime|
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Microsoft introduced Windows Operating oSystem on 20th November, 1985,more than 30 years have passed and MS Windows has become the most widely used OS in the world.
If you are running Windows XP or Windows Vista and are considering switching to Windows 7, you may want to know the difference between all the different versions. Unlike OS X (one version per version), Windows tries to break it down into multiple groups with different price points. Depending on the purpose of your computer, you may only need the Home version, or you may need Ultimate.
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Original M-S Windows 7 Professional Booklet
Windows 7 Welcome to your PC, simplifie-d Guide with End-User License Agreement (EULA)
Windows 7 Professional Original OPENED Retail Box with Microsoft Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
Original MS Windows 7 Professional Full Versione Hologram DVDs (includes 32 or 64 bit DVDs)
Authentic and Original Windows 7 Professional UNUSED Product Key
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Descriptions : Windows 7 Professional OEM:COA
Edition ID : Professional
Sub Type : X15--37341
License-Type : OEM:COA
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Interestingly, this problem also occurs in other situations. When Apple defenders appear in the TalkBack section here, they often insist that the Home Premium is "weakened" and "stripped." They insist that sooner or later, any self-respecting Windows user must upgrade. Based on this argument, they say you have to use the more expensive version of Ultimate to compare the cost of Windows PCs and Macs, while the Mac has only one version. As you can see from the table below, this is not accurate.
On the Windows side, many users just automatically assume more and better. According to this logic, Ultimate is obviously the best, while the smaller version is inferior. Because they are advanced users, they think that the lack of features in Home Premium means they will lack the features they really need.
But is this true? If you are buying Windows Home Premium, what features are you missing? What do you get if you pay extra for Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate? Is it fair to compare OS X and Windows 7 Home Premium?