Windows 7 is the most used operating system which is released back July 2009. If you have problem with your current running windows 7 in your system and want to repair or reinstall windows then you need windows 7 product key or serial key.
Windows 7 Ultimate Free Download here (Trial Version)
Windows 7 ultimate 32-bit product key
Note: If these keys don’t work, you can use Microsoft Toolkit to activate Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit. To know more you visit here
Windows 7 ultimate 64-bit product key
Note: If these keys don’t work, you can use Windows Loader v2.2.2 to activate Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit.
You can watch this video to know how to use Windows Loader v2.2.2
You copy and paste the key as below image:
I hope you will find the right Windows 7 ultimate serial keys for your computer.
If you want to install Windows 7 on your pc, your pc has minimum requirements :
- CPU: 1GHz
- RAM: 1GB
- Graphics card: 128MB
- HDD: 16GB
Features of Windows 7
Support for themes has been extended in Windows 7. In addition to providing options to customize colors of window chrome and other aspects of the interface including the desktop background, icons, mouse cursors, and sound schemes, the operating system also includes a native desktop slideshow feature. A new theme pack extension has been introduced,
.themepack, which is essentially a collection of cabinet files that consist of theme resources including background images, color preferences, desktop icons, mouse cursors, and sound schemes.The new theme extension simplifies sharing of themes and can also display desktop wallpapers via RSS feeds provided by the Windows RSS Platform. Microsoft provides additional themes for free through its website.
Windows 7 introduces a desktop slideshow feature that periodically changes the desktop wallpaper based on a user-defined interval; the change is accompanied by a smooth fade transition with a duration that can be customized via the Windows Registry.The desktop slideshow feature supports local images and images obtained via RSS.
The Windows Taskbar has seen its most significant revision since its introduction in Windows 95 and combines the previous Quick Launch functionality with open application window icons. The taskbar is now rendered as an Aero glass element whose colour can be changed via the Personalization Control Panel. It is 10 pixels taller than in Windows Vista to accommodate touch screen input and a new larger default icon size (although a smaller taskbar size is available), as well as maintain proportion to newer high-resolution monitor modes.
Running applications are denoted by a border frame around the icon. Within this border, a colour effect (dependent on the predominant RGB value of the icon) that follows the mouse cursor also indicates the opened status of the application. The glass taskbar is more translucent than in Windows Vista. Taskbar buttons show icons by default, not application titles unless they are set to ‘not combine’, or ‘combine when taskbar is full.’ In this case, only icons are shown when the application is not running. Programs running or pinned on the taskbar can be rearranged. Items in the notification area can also be rearranged.
Progress bar in taskbar’s tasks allows users to know the progress of a task without switching to the pending window. Task progress is used in Windows Explorer, Internet Explorer and third-party software.
The notification area has been redesigned; the standard Volume, Network, Power and Action Center status icons are present, but no other application icons are shown unless the user has chosen them to be shown. A new “Notification Area Icons” control panel has been added which replaces the “Customize Notification Icons” dialog box in the “Taskbar and Start Menu Properties” window first introduced in Windows XP. In addition to being able to configure whether the application icons are shown, the ability to hide each application’s notification balloons has been added. The user can then view the notifications at a later time.
A triangle to the left of the visible notification icons displays the hidden notification icons. Unlike Windows Vista and Windows XP, the hidden icons are displayed in a window above the taskbar, instead of on the taskbar. Icons can be dragged between this window and the notification area.
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