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It's simple: Windows 7 has loads of improvements over previous versions of Windows. Like a retooled taskbar and more efficient search to get you to your files faster. Or the new Action Center, which puts you in charge of which Windows alerts you see. HomeGroup takes the headache out of sharing files on your home network-and you can connect to wireless networks on your laptop in just two clicks. Best of all, Windows 7 is designed to be faster, more responsive, and less memory hungry than earlier versions.
How much does Windows 7 cost?
The cost of Windows 7 depends on a few things, like which edition you choose and whether you need an upgrade or a full version.
Should I get a new PC or upgrade the one I have now?
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Both the upgrade and full versions of Windows 7 include the same features. To install an upgrade version, you'll need either Windows XP or Windows Vista installed on your computer first. This is not the same thing as an "upgrade installation," which is a type of installation that keeps all the programs, files, and settings in place on your PC.
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