If you want to reinstall Windows 7 on your computer, you can now download the ISO disc image file from the Microsoft Software Recovery Center.
If you want to reinstall Windows 7 on your computer and have a valid product key, you can now download the ISO disc image file from the Microsoft Software Recovery Center.
This will allow you to reinstall the OS completely crapware-free and give your computer a breath of new life. After downloading the image, you can create an installation SD card or Flash Drive following these instructions.
Or you can create an installation flash drive or DVD by using the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool (which works with other versions of Windows too).
Or you can use the ISO file to run a portable version of Windows from a flash drive. If you plan on doing a clean reinstall, make sure to check out our article on collecting your software product keys, including your Windows key. Note: One caveat is if your computer came with Windows 7 installed, the OEM key on the sticker on the bottom of your computer won’t work.
Also, remember that you can create install media for Windows 8.1 and download the ISO for the latest tech preview build of Windows 10 (9926). In this article, we will be sharing as much Windows 7 ultimate product key as we can. Basically, these serial keys are good enough to activate your Windows 7 Ultimate computer, however, we must give you a fair warning that not all of the product keys would work perfectly.Nevertheless, we are going to share some other ways to activate Windows 7 as well, so you can implement any method that works with you.Before, we proceed you must acknowledge that using these keys comes with certain limitations.
For example, you must never update your Windows 7 or else it will ask you to re-enter activation keys and for all the updates, these keys won't work properly. That's why we are going to share how to activate Windows without keys as well in this article.
Always remember that buying Windows 7 key from official Microsoft website is the legal way to use Windows 7 and only the following serial keys are for those who cannot afford Windows 7 at all.All the keys shared in this article are legit and genuine and they are properly working with all Windows 7 32 and 64-bit versions.
All the keys shared in this article are legit and genuine and they are properly working with all Windows 7 32 and 64-bit versions.Also remember that these keys doesn't come with official Microsoft support, you cannot redeem the support service using these keys. As you can see, all the Windows 7 home product keys are free in this following list and can be used to activate your Windows 7 home version, we have been updating each week.
So , if you find a key that won't works for your Windows 7, don't worry, just come back on Monday and get new one.
These keys must be used on first come first serve basis. If the above keys are not working then it certainly means that someone has already redeemed it in their own computer. As many as you want. But, we will advise you to only consume one serial key so that maximum users can take benefit from it.
Remember, only 1 computer can be activated with 1 key.You can certainly install Windows 7 on any number of computers but you won't be able to activate it with the same serial key number.So, if you are really that desperate then use other unused serial keys that we have mentioned above.
But as soon you activate a key on your Windows 7 computer, it will become useless for others.
If you even manage to install the trial version of Windows 7, you can still activate the Windows without using any serial number at all.
Yes, it is possible, however, you would be required to follow a certain amount of instruction that we are about to share in this article.Activating Windows 7 without a serial key requires deleting the SLUI file that is responsible for checking the Windows activation status.
First, open the Windows folder in which you have installed the Windows 7 operating system. This is usually the primary disk of your PC which is also known as the C drive. Now, double click on "System 32" folder. Search for the "SLUI" file. You can either use the search function or manually find it.
Right click on the file and select Properties. A new window will open where you will have to check the Security tab.
Choose the "Advanced" button. Now click on Owner tab and choose the user as owner which will be the current user of the PC. Click on Apply. Now, right click on the file again and select "Delete". Finally delete the file from the Recycle BIN and it is done.
Apr.19 2019 19:22 PM.
/ Posted by Vicky Tiffanyto Windows. Make your older computer run faster and more efficiently with a download of Windows 7 that lets you easily upgrade your operating system.
Microsoft has released multiple versions of Windows over the years and constantly tries to improve the way each OS works. Though the company later offered Windows 8, 8.1 and even 10, you may find that your older computer cannot support one of those newer versions.
Windows 7 comes with some of the features you'll find on newer operating systems but will work well when installed on older devices.
Windows 7 is a strong alternative to Vista and lacks some of the common problems found with that OS. It features an upgrade adviser that will run a quick check on your system that lets you know whether it will work with your computer.
You'll also have access to an easy transfer feature that is great for those who upgraded from Windows XP. It will retain copies of all your files and programs and transfer all that information over when the new OS goes into effect. The newer OS keeps some of the features that users loved about Vista but upgrades those features to the next level.
The start menu on the bottom up on the bottom left of the screen lets you quick turn your computer on and off, access your settings and restart your computer.
It also kept some of the themes and backgrounds you can choose from and retained some gadgets from the previous OS.
One thing you'll notice when using this OS is that you now have better versions of classic apps like WordPad. WordPad now lets you save your notes in different formats for viewing with other software.
A new version of Paint lets you create and edit your own artwork and even edit photos from your computer.
It also comes with a newer version of Windows Media Player and Internet Explorer. IE 8 now lets you open and view multiple tabs without slowing down your computer and alerts you of potentially dangerous websites. With Windows Media Player, you can now listen to CDs and watch DVDs from your computer with ease.
Though Windows 7 improves on Vista, it looks too much like that old OS and comes with too many of the same features. It won't work on some computers either, and you may find that a newer version of Windows will work on your computer. Upgrade adviser lets you know whether you can upgrade to this version. Easy transfer will transfer files you used in XP. Comes with new and improved versions of your favorite apps. Helps your computer run faster and more smoothly. Suitable for use on many older computers that support Windows. Too similar to the last version of Windows. May require that you download plugins to use some features.
Does not work on all computers. Newer versions of Windows are currently available. Support for Windows 7 ended on January 14, 2020. We recommend you move to a Windows 11 PC to continue to receive security updates from Microsoft.
The recommended (and easiest) way to get SP1 is to turn on automatic updating in Windows Update in Control Panel and wait for Windows 7 to notify you that SP1 is ready to install.
It takes about 30 minutes to install, and you'll need to restart your computer about halfway through the installation. To check if Windows 7 SP1 is already installed on your PC, select the Start button, right-click Computer, and then select Properties.
If Service Pack 1 is listed under Windows edition, SP1 is already installed on your PC.
You’ll need to know if your PC is running a 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) version of Windows 7. Select the Start button, right-click Computer, and then select Properties. The version of Windows 7 is displayed next to System type. Check to make sure your PC has enough free disk space to install SP1. Installation method. Estimated amount of free disk space needed. x86-based (32-bit): 750 MB. x64-based (64-bit): 1050 MB. Downloading SP1 from the Microsoft website. x86-based (32-bit): 4100 MB.
x64-based (64-bit): 7400 MB. It’s a good idea to back up your important files, photos, and videos to an external hard disk, USB flash drive, or the cloud before installing the update. Make sure your PC is plugged in to power and you’re connected to the Internet. Some antivirus software might prevent SP1 from installing or slow down the installation. You can temporarily disable your antivirus software before the installation. If you do so, make sure you’re aware of the risks that might be involved and re-enable the antivirus software as soon as SP1 is done installing. If your PC is set to automatically install updates, you’ll be prompted by Windows Update to install SP1.
Follow the instructions to install the update. To manually install SP1 from Windows Update:. Select the Start button > All programs > Windows Update. In the left pane, select Check for updates. If any important updates are found, select the link to view available updates. In the list of updates, select Service Pack for Microsoft Windows (KB976932) and then select OK.
Note: If SP1 isn’t listed, you might need to install some other updates before installing SP1. Install any important updates and then follow these steps again to check for SP1. Select Install updates. You might be asked for an admin password or to confirm your choice.
Follow the instructions to install SP1. After SP1 is installed, sign in to your PC. You might see a notification indicating whether the update was successful. If you disabled your antivirus software before the installation, make sure you turn it back on. If you’re unable to install SP1 from Windows Update, you can download the installation package from the Microsoft Download Center and then install SP1 manually.
Go to the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 download page on the Microsoft website.