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Windows 7 Professional SP1 64bit (OEM) System Builder DVD 1 Pack (New Packaging)

Platform : Windows 7
4.1 out of 5 stars 842 customer reviews

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  • This operating system is eligible for a free upgrade to Windows 10 when available. More details below.
  • Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup.
  • Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation.
  • This OEM Windows product IS NOT an upgrade product. This Windows product does not come with Microsoft support and requires a clean install.
  • System Builder OEM Windows is intended for Pre-Install on a new PC. This product ships in a white envelope. See below for more details.
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  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 1 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00H09BOXQ
  • Item model number: FQC-08289
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 30, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 842 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here. [PDF]

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I was forced to move up to Windows 7 Professional from Windows XP because of Microsoft ending XP support even though I was happy using XP. My desktop PC is a 2008 Dell Optiplex 740. I need a new computer and will buy one with Windows 7 Pro as soon as I can work it into the budget but for now I have to use this machine for a few more months.

After researching my options using customer reviews here on Amazon and elsewhere online, I determined that I did not want to go with Windows 8 and opted for Windows 7 Pro. I learned from reading one review about the OEM version and decided that was the one to get and I bought a copy. My girlfriend was in the same boat with her own Dell Optiplex 740 XP PC so she also bought Win 7 Pro OEM.

I successfully installed the Win 7 Pro OEM on both PCs between 4/7/14 and 4/9/14, activated them and installed most of our daily use software and we haven't had any problems so far except for a glitch in my Camtasia Studio 3 (caused by a missing Adobe Flash Active X component, which I was able to fix by downloading a copy from Adobe.com and installing.) We are both happy with these Windows 7 Pro OEM installations and find that Windows 7 is not all that different from XP as far as the user interface goes. It also seems to boot up, load and run faster on our computers than XP did.

I have been using Windows operating systems since 1992, when I installed Windows 3 on my little 16 megahertz Packard Bell 386SX PC running Microsoft DOS. I have installed multiple versions and instances of Windows (3, 95, 98, ME, and XP) on several computers over the years.
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First, Amazon has an annoying habit of using the same description for a product, but then rotates to different sellers at purchase, making the reviews confusing as to which sellers are doing what. This review is for a purchase of a Windows 7 Professional SP1 64bit (OEM) System Builder DVD 1 Pack, which was fulfilled by Amazon and supplied by Markdown Discount (now it is someone else on the web). Looking at the description, this product is supposed to be "new" and "genuine," pretty straight forward, right? When I received the package, it looked new too--it was sealed wrapped with a bar code label that read, "New Packaging", "New." But then once opened, the Microsoft product code falls out. It looks like a bad cut out: the piece looks like someone steamed off an original code then badly glued it on a blank piece of paper, which was coming off. The disc had smear marks all over...not exactly new, and probably not genuine. I am irked at the time wasted on waiting for something pirated when I could be looking elsewhere. But on top of it all, Amazon is a bit of an auto-bot on this issue. I called Customer Service, and basically, it only gives a refund or exchange (without guarantees that you will ever get a genuine one!). Customer Service cannot deal with piracy issue, Amazon does not even want to see the package that was sent, it is going back to Returns (to get repackaged probably!). Another department will do a follow up call to look into the matter, without the product for reference, of course! The Customer Service rep. was reading out from a book or something, about how Amazon can only rely on the description posted on the website by the "seller", and was sorry that this happened, what do I want to do--return or exchange?Read more ›
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Bought this because of the reasonable price for a full install version of Win 7. I emailed their support to get reassurance after receiving the product that it was truly a legal copy and a full install, not an upgrade version. That was because of the ambiguous wording on the install DVD, which was originally with a Dell machine. They responed very quickly and assured me it would install and run Ok. It was shipped and received within a couple of days and was the easiest windows install I have ever done. I suppose that is because of Microsoft and not this vendor but it was still great.
I installed this a as virtual machine using virtualbox on a host Windows 8 Laptop with lots of disc and ram . Works great!
One minor thing to note is that the Dell name appears on some of the screens in th eoperating system. Not a big deal to me but something to know. They can probably be removed if its important to you.
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This was indeed a copy of Windows 7 Pro and a genuine Microsoft disk BUT, the product key code had obviously been razor bladed off another machine and this genuine but used key code was just stuck in the non Microsoft DVD case. The whole thing had been poorly re-shrink wrapped. This is not a legal way to sell Microsoft OEM software as it can only be used on one machine. Amazon needs to be aware that they are aiding an illegal practice.
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After several days of gathering all the software, and several hours spend on "Easy File Transfer", I successfully installed this product using the CUSTOM install option. It APPEARED to work. I did the ON-LINE activation and it was "Activated Successfully". AFM. The next day I booted up the machine and Windows 7 started and gave me a message that I had FAILED to activate the product. I activated it using the TELEPHONE method. AGAIN I received the "Activated Successfully" message. AFM. I installed the computer in the client's office and it ran successfully. Monday morning when the client booted up the system the FAILED to Activate the product message appeared on the screen. The client tried to activate ON-LINE, but was told the NUMBER OF ACTIVATIONS allowed had been exceeded. THE ACTIVATIONS were all on the SAME damn machine. I explained RE-ACTIVATING using Microsoft phone system. It should NEVER be necessary to activate any software multiple times IF the software and the software activation key is valid. I don't know rather to fault the vender OR Microsoft for this problem, In any case after spending 24 years as a computer engineer, I have NEVER HAD THIS PROBLEM WITH A VALID SOFTWARE PRODUCT. I would thing cautiously before buying this product from annabelle67182 (An Amazon Prime vendor). Because if this product displays the activation error again, I will have to purchase a new copy and reinstall the product and that will cost me much more then I save by buying through an Amazon Prime vendor.
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