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Windows for Small and Midsize Business

Windows 7

Built for your business

In the Windows 7 planning phases, business customers just like you asked for a better performing, easier-to-use, and more secure system. We've made Windows 7 work the way you want to work, so you can focus on what matters most—your business.

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Seeing is believing
Seeing is believing

Don't just take our word for it. See Windows 7 in action. Find the case studies.

Windows editions comparison chart

Compare Windows 7 to other editions of Windows.

Windows 7 system requirements

Before you upgrade, make sure your system meets the requirements.

You be the judge
You be the judge

See how Windows 7 compares to other editions of Windows.
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We've got you covered
We've got you covered

Windows XP Mode* allows you to run many older Windows XP programs from your Windows 7 desktop.
Windows XP Mode.* Windows XP Mode.

Is your PC ready?
Is your PC ready?

Make sure you're up to date for Windows 7.
Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor. Compatibility Center.

 

*Windows XP Mode requires either original equipment manufacturer (OEM) pre-installation or post-purchase installation of Windows XP Mode (which runs on Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Ultimate) and a virtualization technology such as Windows Virtual PC. Windows XP Mode requires a PC with 2 GB of RAM (32-bit) or 3 GB RAM (64-bit), 15 GB available disk space, and a processor capable of hardware virtualization, with Intel VT or AMD-V turned on. Both Windows XP Mode and Windows Virtual PC can be downloaded from the Windows Virtual PC site. For more information on system requirements, go to the Windows Virtual PC site.