Which one?

  chrisaxe21 00:58 25 Mar 2010


I'm interested in buying Windows 7 but not sure which to get. Whats the difference?

I found this site but not sure about the prices either. Please help!

click here



  ame 12:55 25 Mar 2010

If you are in education, or are a parent of someone in education, you can get the Professional edition cheaper click here

  bremner 13:11 25 Mar 2010

Be aware that your link shows full versions and ame's link upgrade versions.

It is possible to do a clean full install with an upgrade disk but this breaches the EULA.

What version? For home use you do not need anything more than Home Premium

  sunnystaines 13:12 25 Mar 2010

look at vista with a free upgrade to w7 might get a better deal

  ame 15:36 25 Mar 2010

Good point, bremner - forgot to point out it was the upgrade option. Chrisaxe21 - you also need to decide whether to go 32 bit or 64 bit. 32 bit probably less likely to give you driver hassle etc and fine if you have a laptop with 4Gb ram maximum. 64 bit best for future-proofing if you want to run applications, games, etc that will demand 6 to 8Gb ram in future, but there may be a bit of hassle in the short term.

  ame 16:11 26 Mar 2010

click here gives you info on which features are in which version.

  jitendrasnv 13:42 29 Mar 2010


I request you to check that originality of what so ever you buy as the duplicate version is also available in the market.

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