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Windows 7 Basic Installation

This procedure is dedicated to a clean installation of Windows 7 when purchasing new hardware or replacing a faulty hard drive. The installation source device is assumed to be a DVD-ROM, however, other sources exist such as, a USB drive. It is important to remember that whatever source you are using, you need to set your computer BIOS to boot from that particular device first.

  1. Insert the Windows 7 Installation media into the computer’s DVD-ROM drive and turn on the computer
  2. Select the language to install, time and currency format, and the keyboard layout of your computerLanguage, Time, Currency and Keyboard settings
  3. Click Next and then Click Install Now Read more…
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Windows 7 Editions

There are six different editions!

Starter:- Supports a maximum of one physical processor (single or multi-core). Does not support the Windows Aero user interface, DVD playback, Windows Media Center, IIS Web Server and Internet connection sharing. Does not support enterprise features such as joining a computer to a domain, AppLocker, DirectAccess, BitLocker, Remote Desktop Host, BranchCache and EFS (Encrypting File System). Available from retailers and hardware manufacturers. Read more…

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