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|Version:||Retail / OEM||Origin:||USA / Ireland / Germany|
|Language:||Multi-language||Media:||32bit / 64 Bit|
|Activation:||100% Activation Online Globally||Warranty:||Lifetime Guarantee|
Microsoft Professional COA Win 7 Pro Genuine OEM Key 100% Online Activation
|Windows||Windows 10 pro OEM / Retail 32 bit / 64 bit Full version|
|Windows 8.1 pro OEM 32 bit / 64 bit Full version|
|Windows 7 pro OEM 32 bit / 64 bit Full version|
|Windows 10 pro COA key sticker|
|Windows 8.1 pro COA key sticker|
|Windows 7 pro COA key sticker|
|Office||Office 2016 Pro Plus / standard Retail Version|
|Office 2013 Pro Plus / standard Retail Version|
|Server||Windows Server 2016 Std OEM / Retail Version|
|Windows Server 2012 Std OEM / Retail Version|
|Processor||1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor or SoC|
|RAM||1 gigabyte (GB) for 32-bit or 2 GB for 64-bit|
|Hard disk space||16 GB for 32-bit OS 20 GB for 64-bit OS|
|Graphics card||DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver|
Windows 7 also features Device Stage technology. Use Device Stage to interact with any compatible device that is connected to your computer. You'll be able to view device status, and run common tasks from a single window. Device icons reflect the type of peripheral, allowing you to easily see what is connected.
While most folks with multiple computers already have a home network setup for Internet sharing, it is often difficult to share other files between computers. Enter HomeGroup. You'll be able to use this function to more easily setup a home network, allowing you to share printers and files among all of the computers in your home.
Joining networks can often cause a headache, especially for users who have access to different networks in different locations. Whether it be a corporate network, a VPN, your home Wi-Fi, mobile broadband, or dial-up, all of your networks are visible in the View Available Networks (VAN) window. You'll have one-click access to any available network, and you can configure automatic connection to frequently-used networks.
Performance and Compatibility
Windows 7 is optimized so that PCs start up, shut down, and resume from standby faster than previous versions. Added features, including the aforementioned Taskbar and Jump Lists, allow you to complete common tasks. You'll be able to use the Action Center to control how the OS notifies you of systems changes. Windows 7 helps you recover from problems when they occur, walking you through the steps necessary to address common issues.
Mobile computers rely on an all-too-often anemic battery for power. Windows 7 features a number of power-saving enhancements, designed to prolong battery life. Adaptive display brightness dims a display when you've been away from your PC, and playing DVD movies requires less power than in previous versions of Windows.