Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 32 & 64 bit with DVD FULL Version
Windows 7 Ultimate contains the same features as Windows 7
Enterprise, but unlike the Enterprise edition, it was available to
home users on an individual license basis.Windows 7 Home Premium
and Windows 7 Professional users are able to upgrade to Windows 7
Ultimate for a fee using Windows Anytime Upgrade if they wish to do
so. Unlike Windows Vista Ultimate, the Windows 7 Ultimate edition
does not include the Windows Ultimate Extras feature or any
exclusive features as Microsoft had stated.
1 . (Includes 32 & 64-bit versions) Combines remarkable
ease-of-use with the entertainment features of Home Premium and the
business capabilities of Professional--get it all with with Windows
2 . Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop
navigation; start programs faster and more easily, and quickly find
the documents you use most often
3 . Run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode;
watch, pause, rewind, and record TV on your PC
4 . Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer
with HomeGroup; connect to company networks easily and more
securely with Domain Join
5 . Recover your data easily with automatic backup to your home and
business network; help protect data on your PC and portable storage
devices against loss or theft with BitLocker
Work anywhere with less effort.
1 . Get connected in three clicks wherever there's a wireless
2 . Keep documents on your PC and on network servers in sync
3 . Your PC will automatically use the printer you prefer for
whatever network you're on.
4 . Simplify making presentations special settings that keep your
PC from sleeping and turn off messages, notifications, and screen
5 . Instantly locate virtually any file, email, or document on your
PC just by typing a word or two.
6 . Get around your PC faster with the improved taskbar.
7 . Open programs you use regularly in one click and files you use
regularly in just two.
8 . Manage lots of open programs, documents, and browser windows
easily with thumbnail and full-screen previews of open windows.
9 . Manage multiple email accounts, including Hotmail, Gmail, AOL,
and Yahoo! Mail Plus, all in one place with one simple program.
10 . Get to the files, photos, and music on any PC with Windows 7
in the house from any other.
11 . Print to any printer in the house from any PC with Windows 7
in the house.
If you want to run Windows 7 on your PC, here's what it takes:
Additional requirements to use certain features:
1 . DVD-ROM drive
2 . 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
3 . 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
4 . 16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
5 . DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver
1 . Internet access (fees may apply)
2 . Depending on resolution, video playback may require additional
memory and advanced graphics hardware
3 . For some Windows Media Center functionality a TV tuner and
additional hardware may be required
4 . Windows Touch and Tablet PCs require specific hardware
5 . HomeGroup requires a network and PCs running Windows 7
6 . DVD/CD authoring requires a compatible optical drive
7 . BitLocker requires TPM 1.2
8 . BitLocker To Go requires a USB flash drive
9 . Windows XP Mode requires an additional 1 GB of RAM, an
additional 15 GB of available hard disk space, and a processor
capable of hardware virtualization with Intel VT or AMD-V turned on
10. Music and sound require audio output
Windows 7 is available in six different editions, of which the Home
Premium, Professional, and Ultimate were available at retail in
most countries, and as pre-loaded software on new computers. Home
Premium and Professional were aimed at home users and small
businesses respectively, while Ultimate was aimed at enthusiasts.
Each edition of Windows 7 includes all of the capabilities and
features of the edition below it, and adds additional features
oriented towards their market segments; for example, Professional
adds additional networking and security features such as Encrypting
File System and the ability to join a domain. Ultimate contained a
superset of the features from Home Premium and Professional, along
with other advanced features oriented towards power users, such as
BitLocker drive encryption; unlike Windows Vista, there were no
"Ultimate Extras" add-ons created for Windows 7 Ultimate.Retail
copies were available in "upgrade" and higher-cost "full" version
licenses; "upgrade" licenses require an existing version of Windows
to install, while "full" licenses can be installed on computers
with no existing operating system.
The remaining three editions were not available at retail, of which
two were available exclusively through OEM channels as pre-loaded
software. The Starter edition is a stripped-down version of Windows
7 meant for low-cost devices such asnetbooks. In comparison to Home
Premium, Starter has reduced multimedia functionality, does not
allow users to change their desktop wallpaper or theme, disables
the "Aero Glass" theme, does not have support for multiple
monitors, and can only address 2GB of RAM.Home Basic was sold only
in emerging markets, and was positioned in between Home Premium and
Starter.The highest edition, Enterprise, is functionally similar to
Ultimate, but is only sold throughvolume licensing via Microsoft's
Software Assurance program.
All editions aside from Starter support both IA-32 and x86-64
architectures; Starter only supports 32-bit systems. Retail copies
of Windows 7 are distributed on two DVDs: one for the IA-32 version
and the other for x86-64. OEM copies include one DVD, depending on
the processor architecture licensed. The installation media for
consumer versions of Windows 7 are identical; the product key and
corresponding license determines the edition that is installed. The
Windows Anytime Upgrade service can be used to purchase an upgrade
that unlocks the functionality of a higher edition, such as going
from Starter to Home Premium, and Home Premium to Ultimate.Most
copies of Windows 7 only contained one license; in certain markets,
a "Family Pack" version of Windows 7 Home Premium was also released
for a limited time, which allowed upgrades on up to three
computers. In certain regions, copies of Windows 7 were only sold
in, and could only be activated in a designated region.