Windows 7 Home Premium is one of the two Windows 7 editions that will be sold worldwide to retail markets and OEMs. The other edition of Windows 7 is Windows 7 Professional. Microsoft has build the editions to include features that “smaller” editions do not contain. This is in contrast to Windows Vista where more expensive editions missed some of the features of less expensive ones.
Windows 7 Home Premium makes it easy to create a home network and share all of your favorite photos, videos, and music. You can even watch, pause, rewind, and record TV. Get the best entertainment experience with Windows 7 Home Premium.
Windows 7 Home Premium is a complete edition of Windows 7 unlike Windows 7 Home Basic or Windows 7 Starter which have been limited by Microsoft. Here are the features that Windows 7 Home Premium will ship with that are not – or only partially available – in Windows 7 Home Basic and Starter.
- Full Windows Aero support.
- Home Group (Create & Join)
- Premium Games
- Windows Media Center
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Windows 7 Home Premium will not support the following features that are available in Windows 7 Professional:
- Windows Server Domain support.
- Remote Desktop Server support.
- Location aware printing.
- Encrypting the file system
- Presentation mode
Windows 7 Ultimate / Windows 7 Enterprise
- BitLocker Drive Encryption
- BranchCache Distributed Cache
- Multilingual User Interface Pack
- Virtual Hard Disk Booting
Our Windows 7 Features editorial displays and explains the differences of all Windows 7 editions. We suggest you take a look if you are unsure about the editions. Click here to access all articles that have been posted on Windows 7 Home Premium.