Genuine Windows 7 Ultimate key
Full version 32-bit & 64-bit ISO
Minimum system requirements
Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz)
RAM: 1 GB (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
Hard disk space: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device
USB Flash Drive with at least 8GB of space or a blank single-layer DVD disk for a clean installation (not required if you are updating your system)
Download went great. Installed it to a flash drive to boot and got my new PC up and running quickly! No issues.
Yes, I hated Win 8 that came with my laptop. I bought Win 7 Ultimate on PromKeys.net, took the laptop to a local computer house and had them wipe Win 8 and install Win 7. Been using it ever since. Win 8 is not suitable for a mostly business computer. It is for tablets.
Have been using all of the Windows OSs in my lifetime. I didn't care too much for Vista and I can't stand 8. XP has never given any issue but no longer is being supported. 7 however, is awesome. I can see why so many are downgrading from 8 back to 7. But with Ultimate it has some nice extras that work well with my mass of programs. If nothing else, maybe Microsoft can learn from this. Just because it works well on tablets and touch technologies, it does not mean it is friendly to the PC and laptop market.
Used it on my new build had no problems with it. My old computer was a custom built vista,didn't have any problems but was getting old. Window 7 64 so far detected all my hardware with no problems. I'm new to 64bit it can be a pain to find the correct software sometimes,but I love having 12gigs of ram.