MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 ENTERPRISE
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Windows 7 Enterprise Windows 7 in the Enterprise edition is essentially the same...more
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Windows 7 Enterprise
Windows 7 in the Enterprise edition is essentially the same as the Windows, the only difference being that Windows 7 Enterprise is available as a volume license and is therefore particularly well suited for large corporate networks. In addition, Windows 7 Enterprise supports the bootability of virtual drives (VHD). This means that Windows 7 Enterprise can also be used on older hardware with little hard disk space and on thin clients.
What does Windows 7 Enterprise offer?With Windows 7 in the Enterprise Edition, you get an operating system that is perfect for multinational workgroups. The user has 35 language groups available, which can be freely selected at any time - even during operation. And if you're running older programs designed for Windows XP, Windows 7 Enterprise can be started in a special Windows that allows you to run XP-optimized software with ease. The well-known hard disk encryption program BitLocker provides additional security for your company. Virtual drives in VHD format are also supported, allowing a Windows to boot its operating system over the network from a server.
Further features of the Windows
- Navigation features like Jump Lists, Shake and Snap
- easy connection to company networks
- Windows Media Center, which supports all common audio and video formats (HDTV)
- user-friendly adjustment of the design and the taskbar
- Indexing of all content enables quick retrieval of photos, documents and websites
- Quick recovery ("wake up") from power save and sleep mode
System requirements for installing Windows 7 EnterpriseTo use Windows 7 productively, the PC used should have at least one processor (Intel or AMD) with 32 or 64 bit architecture. For the 32-bit version of Windows 7 Enterprise, you should have at least 1 GB of memory (RAM), but 2 GB is better (especially for the 64-bit version). To install, you'll need about 20 GB of available hard disk space and a graphics card that supports DirectX 9. If you want to use XP mode, you will need another GB of RAM and an additional 15 GB on the hard disk.
Windows 7 Enterprise benefits from extended support through 2023
Why should you still buy Windows 7 Enterprise now, when it is known that Microsoft will discontinue support on 14 January 2020? Particularly in larger companies with many PC workstations, upgrading to a newer Windows is a time-consuming and therefore cost-intensive hurdle. In principle, it is true that Windows will no longer receive security updates from Microsoft from the beginning of 2020. However, Windows 7 Ultimate will continue to receive regular updates through an additional support contract called Windows 7 Extended Security Updates (ESU), which will ensure the security of Windows until 2023.