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Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 64 OEM

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Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 64bit Edition - DVD - OEM. Mfr# 66I-03525

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 36921  
Stock code: SOF-OP-66I-03525
Manuf. code: 66I-03525
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Here it is: the preferred edition of Windows for home desktop and mobile PCs. Windows Vista Home Premium delivers the productivity and entertainment that you need from your PC at home or on the go. It includes Windows Media Center, which helps you more easily enjoy your digital photos, TV, movies, and music. Plus, you'll have the peace of mind of knowing that your PC has a whole new level of security and reliability. All together, Windows Vista Home Premium redefines enjoyment in home computing.
Windows Vista SP1 is an update to Windows Vista that addresses feedback from customers. In addition to previously released updates, SP1 will contain changes focused on addressing specific reliability and performance issues, supporting new types of hardware, and adding support for several emerging standards. SP1 also addresses some management, deployment, and support challenges.

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer microsoft
Warranty Type Aria Warranty Only
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Warranty Period (yrs)1

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Question  Windows 7 by JoeTyrrell

Sorry to labour the point but the Windows 7 upgrade... can I assume that this will be an upgrade dvd and not a full install dvd?
What I am not keen on is, if I have to re-install Windows for any reason in the future, I don't really want to have to install Vista first and then upgrade to Windows 7.
For example, would the upgrade disk accept the Vista product key and then presumably a Win7 key and install from a formatted HD?
Of course, all this may be a small price to pay for getting Win7 for free if I buy Vista now.

Cheers, Joe

Answer by stevenl on Wednesday, July 29, 2009
It's an upgrade disk, but you would do a fresh install of Windows 7.

Question  Question by Andy

If I want to stick with Vista, can I give Win7 voucher away, or is it tied to the Vista installation?

Answer by stevenl on Saturday, July 18, 2009
I believe it's tied to the Vista installation.

Question  Windows 7 Voucher by James

Is the voucher only valid what will be the equivilent of Windows vista home, or can i choose to buy a better version of 7 when it's released with the voucher?

Answer by stevenl on Thursday, July 9, 2009
Yes, the voucher is valid for the equivalent version of Windows 7.

Question  Windows 7 Voucher by James

What is the windows 7 voucher valid for, is it for a free upgrade, or is it for a discounted price on the final release of Windows 7? If it is for a discounted price, how much off will it give me?

Answer by stevenl on Thursday, July 9, 2009
The voucher allows you a free upgrade to the equivalent version of Windows 7.

Question  32-bit and 64-bit by Nick

What are the differences between the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of windows vista? Would hardware that works with 32-bit still be compatible with a 64-bit OS?

Answer by stevenl on Thursday, July 2, 2009
To understand the differences between 32 & 64bit versions of Windows Vista, please read the following Microsoft article:

As for hardware, most hardware will work with 64bit OS's, but only if there are 64bit drivers available for that hardware.