Best guides ever, but i still have a question

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by zar91, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. zar91

    zar91 MDL Novice

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    hey guys.
    new to the forum and kinda noob at everything related to tecnology.

    basicly, i've been using ubuntu for the last 2 years on my laptop, Installing ubuntu was easy for me, cause you just have to download the official .iso from their site, its the only one, and the most updated one, so no big researching on the internet for the most updated version.

    when i tried looking for a W7 copy i came across too many different .iso's
    eventually i found out that you can try W7 enterprise version (which is same as ultimate version, so great thing i guess!) for 90 days downloading it directly from microsoft site:eek:

    i downloaded the 32 bit version iso and im almost ready to burn. i just would like to ask some question before proceding.

    Can this version be actived with the daz loader?
    Is it updated? it must be, because its from the official site. right? the name of the file is 7600.16385.090713-1255_x86fre_enterprise_en-us_EVAL_Eval_Enterprise-GRMCENEVAL_EN_DVD.iso
    Do you suggest me to proceed with this version, or i can find better on the internet?
     
  2. zar91

    zar91 MDL Novice

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    :worthy:

    im getting the "X17-59463.iso" than, can you confirm?
     
  3. zar91

    zar91 MDL Novice

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    is there a linux version of this upgrade advisor?
    btw i just have 1gb ram, i think 32bit is what i need.

    is the 64 bit version much better?
     
  4. streigh

    streigh MDL Novice

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    #4 streigh, Apr 11, 2015
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    "better" is not really the word. more like correct/incorrect

    64 bit version is to address more RAM - if you have 1 GB then running 64 bit is pointless and the added overhead will actually result in slower operation

    the question to ask yourself when choosing between 32/64 bits is: "Is there any chance I will ever be installing 4GB or more RAM?"
    ...although things get a little weird between 3.5 and 4GB
     
  5. urie

    urie Moderator
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    Why are you replying to question that is almost four years old :confused: