Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade reviews

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium advantages :

_Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade makes easy for you to create a home network and share all of your favorite photos, videos, and audio--you can even watch, pause, rewind, and record TV .
_an improved desktop navigation Make the things you do every day easier than ever .
_quickly find the documents you use most often Start programs faster and more easily.
_ with Internet Explorer 8 Make your web experience faster and safer .
_Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup

The best entertainment experience on your PC

Easiest Windows to use ever
Simplify your PC with new navigation features like Aero Shake, Jump Lists, and Snap.
Customize Windows to look and feel the way you like by changing themes and taskbar programs.
Setting up a home network and connecting to printers and devices is easier than ever.
Windows 7 Home Premium supports the latest hardware and software.

It's faster
Designed to make your PC sleep and resume quicker.
Takes full advantage of 64-bit PC hardware and memory.
Connecting to wireless networks is fast and easy.

Best PC entertainment experience
Watch, pause, rewind, and record TV with Windows Media Center.
Blu-ray read/write support for data files.
Includes integrated video and Dolby audio codecs.
Offers large screen support.

it's cheap so don't hesitate to buy it

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"Windows 7 Inside Out Early Content " review

"windows 7 inside out early content " is really an useful book to know some new tools that will help you to use windows 7 .
the ebook is based in seven parties

getting started
file management
digital media
security and networking
tuning ,tweaking , and troubleshooting
windows and your pc

Product Description
This supremely organized reference is packed with hundreds of timesaving solutions, troubleshooting tips, and workarounds. It s all muscle and no fluff. Discover how the experts tackle Windows 7 and challenge yourself to new levels of mastery! Explore features and capabilities in each edition of Windows 7. Configure and customize your system with advanced setup options. Manage files, folders, and media libraries with new search and organization features. Set up a wired or wireless network and manage shared resources. Administer accounts, passwords, and logons and help control access to resources. Configure Windows Internet Explorer(r) settings and security zones. Master security essentials to help protect against viruses, worms, and spyware. Troubleshoot errors and fine-tune performance. Automate routine maintenance with scripts and other tools. CD includes: Fully searchable eBook Downloadable gadgets and other tools for customizing Windows 7 Insights direct from the product team on the official Windows 7 blog Links to the latest security updates and products, demos, blogs, and user communities

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windows7 need low requirements

Most PCs from the last few years will happily run Windows 7 when it is released thanks to quite low hardware requirements. But have you ever wondered if it’s possible to run the OS on a machine with a spec lower than the Microsoft minimum requirements?

One man going by the name of hackerman1 did and started experimenting with a very old PC. The result was Microsoft’s latest 2009 operating system running on an Intel processor from 1997. Hackerman1 posted on The Windows Club forum that he has been experimenting with Windows 7 running on a Pentium II machine with varying amounts of RAM.

The machine in question has a Pentium II running at 266MHz and a 4MB graphics card. He carried out three tests with the RAM in the machine, two of which were successful. The first saw the OS running with 128MB RAM. The second involved reducing the RAM to 96MB and it still ran, but the third test was a step too far and Windows 7 did not like the drop to 64MB of RAM.

The next step for hackerman1 is to attempt to run Windows 7 on an even older PC. He has a Pentium I running at 166MHz with a 1MB graphics card, but lacks a power supply. As soon as he has one expect some more tests.

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download the latest windows 7 build 7260

now you can download the latest windows 7 build 7260

the latest of a long series of leaks is Windows 7 Build 7260 which made its way on the Internet just yesterday. The build is available as a 32-bit Windows 7 Ultimate VHD image (virtual hard drive image) with the build string 6.1.7260.0.win7_rtm.090612-2110 which indicates that the build was compiled on June 12.

FILE: 7260.0.x86fre.win7_rtm.090612-2110.client_en-us.ultimate.vhd
(the original VHD in packed RAR archive, size RAR file: 1,919,600,205 byte
SHA1: 0FF53F8ED2BBC0B1B174B47F80055BB3DACF2F01)
SIZE: 5,185,507,840 byte
CRC: 67C23FE0
MD5: 0703C259676D7E4C58E0EF2184369663
SHA1: 7540399601506675CF1B329CB3507875F64C555B

Microsoft is currently aiming for the RTM build which might raise the build number to 7300. Below are the screenshots provided by Wzor of Windows 7 Build 7260.

click here to download this build by torrent

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this ebook will show step by step HOW TO INSTAL WINDOWS 7 BETA AS A VIRTUAL MACHINE ,A virtual machine installation lets you try Windows 7 inside your existing OS as a
guest operating-system, Both Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 and Sun VirtualBox can
be used for this purpose, I will be using Sun VirtualBox for this demonstration.

to download this ebook click here

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compare HP Pavilion dv2z, dv6t, dv6z and dv3t laptops

to compare HP Pavilion dv2z, dv6t, dv6z and dv3t laptops you have to give a small reviews for every release of hp pavilion ...

HP Pavilion dv2z

The HP Pavilion dv2z is an affordable thin-and-light notebook for the student on the go. Less than 1-inch thick and starting at 3.81 pounds, the HP Pavilion dv2z sports a 12.1-inch mercury-free LED widescreen display and features HP MediaSmart software, which provides one-touch access to entertainment. The laptop offers a full notebook PC experience with ATI discrete graphics options, hard drive up to 500GB, optional Blu-ray drive and a wide range of ports. Powered by an AMD processor, the HP Pavilion dv2z will have a starting price of $600.

HP Pavilion dv6t

The HP Pavilion dv6t combines the latest entertainment features and mobile technologies with a stylish design. With HP MediaSmart software, the HP Pavilion dv6t promises easy access to watching movies, viewing photos, listening to music and creating videos. Its 16-inch LED widescreen display is also ideal for viewing HD content on the go. Configuration options include ATI or Nvidia GeForce discrete graphics, built-in TV tuner, Blu-ray drive and Intel Centrino processors. The HP Pavilion dv6t has a starting price of $650.

HP Pavilion dv6z Artist Edition 2

The HP Pavilion dv6z Artist Edition 2 includes all of the features of the HP Pavilion dv6z plus the winning design from the 2008 HP MTV notebook design contest - a design inspired by the sea and sky in Okinawa, Japan. The laptop also includes software applications from Corel, including Video Studio X2, Corel Painter Sketchpad and Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2. Additionally, users can create music with Magix Music Maker 14. The HP Pavilion dv6z Artist Edition 2 will have a starting price of $950, which would then include Windows Vista Home Premium, AMD Athlon X2 processor, ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics and 250GB hard drive.

HP Pavilion dv3t

The HP Pavilion dv3t is a thin-and-light laptop which is about 1.25-inches thick and weighing just under 5 pounds. As the 3t model name designates, the machine is powered by an Intel processor and features a 13.3-inch display. We checked out its AMD counterpart, the dv3, at CES earlier this year, and found a machine that was more about looks than performance. With a 9-cell battery, the HP Pavilion dv3t is claimed to provide up to 7 hours of battery life. The HP Pavilion dv3t has a starting price of $650, which includes integrated Intel graphics, built-in VGA webcam and a DVD writer. Configuration options include Nvidia GeForce discrete graphics, Blu-ray drive and mobile broadband.

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