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672 pages

Microsoft Windows 7 Administrator's Reference, Upgrading, Deploying, Managing, and Securing Windows 7

Creator: Jorge Orchilles, Denny Cherry | Computers - 2010-04-22

The next section will discuss 32-bit and 64-bit computing in detail. Depending on how Windows Vista was obtained, ... Windows Vista Home Basic 64-bit – same as Basic but for 64-bit ■ Windows Vista Home Premium – premium home user ...

Publisher: Syngress

About this book
Microsoft Windows 7 Administrator's Reference gives you a complete overview of all the important day-to-day duties for which administrators are responsible. From a complete overview of upgrading and implementing to a detailed view of security in Windows 7, this book will keep you on track. Coverage includes: installing and deployment, managing the new Windows 7 environment, overview of the new desktop features, and technical help for troubleshooting and networking (to name a few). Written by current systems administrators with a deep experience in Windows, security, and networked and enterprise environments, this book is like having your own on-site consultant in the trenches with you. Each chapter of Microsoft Windows 7 Administrator's Reference is designed to give you easy access to the answers you need most. Whether you are looking for quick troubleshooting information, a compilation of the new desktop environment, or even virtualization and mobility information, you'll find it quickly. Covers Powershell V2, Bitlocker, and mobility issues Includes comprehensive details for configuration, deployment, and troubleshooting Consists of content written for system administrators by system administrators



305 pages

Exam 98-349, Mta Windows Operating System Fundamentals

Creator: Microsoft Official Academic Course | Computers - 2012-05-15

Lesson Features Introducing, Installing, and Upgrading Windows 7 LESSON 1 EXAM OBJECTIVE MATRIX Exam Objective Matrix ... (You'll learn about 32-bit and 64-bit systems later in the lesson.) Of the six editions, only Home Premium, ...

Publisher: Wiley



618 pages

Microsoft Windows Vista

Creator: Chris Fehily | Computers - 2008-04-11

Windows Anytime Upgrade Windows Anytime Upgrade (WAU), new in Vista, lets you upgrade your copy of Vista to another edition . You can upgrade from Home Basic to Home Premium, or from any Home or Business edition to Ultimate .

About this book
Microsoft's Windows Vista will open up for its users a whole new way of using their PCs. With plenty of screenshots to guide users along the way, respected author Chris Fehily takes readers through Vista's breakthrough capabilities, including its new user interface, Sidebar, Internet Explorer, Media Player, anti-spyware, Mail, SideShow, and photo-sharing capabilities; as well as all the new enhancements included in the Service Pack 1 update. Windows Vista Service Pack 1 will deliver improvements and enhancements to the existing Vista features that will significantly impact customers, and this book is the quickest way to mastering them! The updates in Windows Vista SP1 cover quality improvements (reliability, security, and performance), support for emerging hardware and standards, and more. Windows Vista SP1 will include improvements that target some of the most common causes of crashes and hangs, giving users a more consistent experience.


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    Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64bit, System Builder OEM DVD 1 Pack (New Packaging)

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    Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation.
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    This OEM Windows product IS NOT an upgrade product. This Windows product does not come with Microsoft support and requires a clean install, which is complicated and will not save anything currently on the computer.
    System Builder OEM Windows is intended for Pre-Install on a new PC. This product ships in a white envelope. See below for more details.


  • Microsoft Software

    Microsoft Windows 8.1 - Full Version

    Software (Microsoft Software)

    Rating (432 reviews):
    (2.8/5)
    Microsoft Software

    Better than Windows 8, still not better than Windows 7.

    Last year, I made the mistake of upgrading my Windows 7 Desktop System to Windows 8. I've been running Windows 8.1 since the Preview version that came out a few months ago, and the official release version that came out this week. While Windows 8.1 does make some improvements to Windows 8, it is still is not an O/S that is desktop friendly. On the positive side, you can now boot directly to your desktop without using a 3rd party utility, and the "Start Button" is back (sorta). On the negative side, Microsoft has still left out the "Media Center", and still charges a ridiculous $99 to purchase the "Pro-Pack" to regain the same functionality that was free in Windows 7(Home Premium). There is still lack of quality Windows 8 apps. Windows 8.1 does very little to improve navigation through the O/S if you're using a mouse/keyboard, and not a touchscreen. At least Microsoft did not attempt to charge Windows 8 users to upgrade.Windows 8.1 does fix some of the issues people running... 3/5 D. Hentze (United States) - See all my reviews, October 18, 2013

    The worst

    What makes Windows 8 such a disaster? Simple--it's an interface designed for a smartphone, not for a PC. Here's what that means. When you power on your PC, what you get instead of a normal Windows desktop is a brightly colored screen with a bunch of "tiles", most of which are advertisements for "apps" that you have little or no use for. There's no start button, no taskbar, no tools, no menus, no links to anything except the useless "apps". It's a huge step backward to the pre-Windows days of computing.It turns out that if you hover your mouse pointer over certain parts of the screen, various cryptic flyout symbols (instead of easily understood menus) will appear. If you click on these symbols (and don't let your pointer slip off of them or they disappear and you have to go fishing for them again) you're taken into a confusing maze of options that substitute for normal Windows functions and must be explored in linear, sequential fashion. Sound familiar? It's like a smart... 1/5 Badger25 - See all my reviews This review is from: Microsoft Windows 8.1 - Full Version (Software) What makes Windows 8 such a disaster? Simple--it's an interface designed for a smartphone, not for a PC. Here's what that means. When you power on your PC, what you get instead of a normal Windows desktop is a brightly colored screen with a bunch of "tiles", most of which are advertisements for "apps" that you have little or no use for. There's no start button, no taskbar, no tools, no menus, no links to anything except the useless "apps". It's a huge step backward to the pre-Windows days of computing.It turns out that if you hover your mouse pointer over certain parts of the screen, various cryptic flyout symbols (instead of easily understood menus) will appear. If you click on these symbols (and don't let your pointer slip off of them or they disappear and you have to go fishing for them again) you're taken into a confusing maze of options that substitute for normal Windows functions and must be explored in linear, sequential fashion. Sound familiar? It's like a smart... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 17, 2014

    Terrible. Intrusive. Awkward.

    0 1/5 Zalmorion the Fantastic (The Mist) - See all my reviews This review is from: Microsoft Windows 8.1 - Full Version (Software) I have this OS because it was forced upon me; it came with my laptop. I hate it. I have to sign in to MS Live to use my laptop. If I am online, MS gets to know everything I do when I do it. MS Office and the OS are constantly trying to throw my personal info to clouds.The OS is designed for a tablet. It is a messy, app-flooded, seizure-inducing display. Navigating my pc is now difficult and confusing. No tutorials. No manuals. I have to search online to figure out what to do in all kinds of situations.Worse, my older Office products are not compatible. I cannot use IE 10 or lower, which screws up work situations for me.Nothing feels secure. My email is pasted in big block letters on the app-laden screen.DO NOT BUY. Win 7 is much better. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 22, 2014
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    Windows 7 Professional SP1 64bit (OEM) System Builder DVD 1 Pack (New Packaging)

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    List Price: $149.99

    This OEM Windows product IS NOT an upgrade product. This Windows product does not come with Microsoft support and requires a clean install.
    Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup.
    System Builder OEM Windows is intended for Pre-Install on a new PC. This product ships in a white envelope. See below for more details.
    Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation.
    Run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode.


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    Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 32bit (OEM) System Builder DVD 1 Pack [Old Version]

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    Rating (308 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Microsoft Software

    If you have XP, this beats buying a new computer.

    I have a 6 year old Dell with a quad core processor and 3 Gig of RAM. With the demise of XP coming up in April, I had to come up with a solution. I require a supported operating system for work. My alternatives were to buy a new computer (with Win8), or upgrade the old XP machine with a new OS. I picked this Win7 OS because it uses less resources than Win8 (which was actually a few bucks cheaper) and would be a better fit for an older machine. I was right. This is just the right solution for extending the life of an older computer. Win7 runs on my old system just as fast as the old XP OS and the user interface is intuitive and very easy to grasp if you're coming from XP or Vista. Another plus is that Win7 supports Office 2003, which I already own. Win8 doesn't. That saved a couple hundred bucks.Installation was very simple. Insert the DVD and follow the instructions on the screen. There is an option in the custom install where you do not have to format the hard... 5/5 AZFlyer "John G." (Phoenix, AZ) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 32bit (OEM) System Builder DVD 1 Pack [Old Version] (DVD-ROM) I have a 6 year old Dell with a quad core processor and 3 Gig of RAM. With the demise of XP coming up in April, I had to come up with a solution. I require a supported operating system for work. My alternatives were to buy a new computer (with Win8), or upgrade the old XP machine with a new OS. I picked this Win7 OS because it uses less resources than Win8 (which was actually a few bucks cheaper) and would be a better fit for an older machine. I was right. This is just the right solution for extending the life of an older computer. Win7 runs on my old system just as fast as the old XP OS and the user interface is intuitive and very easy to grasp if you're coming from XP or Vista. Another plus is that Win7 supports Office 2003, which I already own. Win8 doesn't. That saved a couple hundred bucks.Installation was very simple. Insert the DVD and follow the instructions on the screen. There is an option in the custom install where you do not have to format the hard... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 26, 2013

    Easy to install. My old hard drive died, so i installed a new hard drive and used the Windows 7 System Builder successfully

    The 500Gb hard drive on my Dell XPS 420 died and I struggled with how to get the machine up and running again without too much expense. First, I knew I needed a new drive and since I have been running Carbonite (on-line/off-site backup) on this machine, I purchased a 1Tb SATA drive and replaced the failed drive. After reading a bunch of license notes on Microsoft's website and a bunch of user comments, I figured out that I could use the "System Builder" version of Windows 7, because I was essentially building a system (for me). The only downside to this version of Windows that I can tell is that it does not come with support. I suppose the support is me, since I am the system builder. The second issue could be a downside, but I don't see how, really. The "System Builder" version of Windows 7 is locked to the machine I installed it on, so I can't move it to a new machine. Here is the workaround , from what I have read. If you purchase any upgrade, you now have a movable,... 5/5 Scott Somers "Scott" (Detroit, MI USA) - See all my reviews, September 10, 2011

    Boot Camp it for MAC

    0 5/5 Necrops - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 32bit (OEM) System Builder DVD 1 Pack [Old Version] (DVD-ROM) I was looking for a cheap Windows 7 disc for Boot Camp so that I could play Star Wars: The Old Republic when it comes out. After starting up the Boot Camp program all I had to do was insert the disk and let it run. This is great for anyone looking to get Windows 7 OS for Boot Camp for a cheap price, though I still prefer OS X Lion to Window 7. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 8, 2011
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    Watch, pause, rewind, and record TV.
    Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation.
    Start programs faster and more easily, and quickly find the documents you use most often.
    Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup.
    Make your web experience faster, easier and safer than ever with Internet Explorer 8.


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    Windows Vista Home Basic Premium 32-bit 64-bit Startup Repair Recovery Restore Boot CD Disc Disk

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    Rating (14 reviews):
    (2.9/5)
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    0 1/5 icemanherb - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Windows Vista Home Basic Premium 32-bit 64-bit Startup Repair Recovery Restore Boot CD Disc Disk (CD-ROM) It is junk screwed up my computer don't work wiped out my computer now I need a new operating system 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 13, 2013

    I am thrilled!

    0 5/5 Mary and Ben's Mom (Ohio, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Windows Vista Home Basic Premium 32-bit 64-bit Startup Repair Recovery Restore Boot CD Disc Disk (CD-ROM) Within minutes of putting the disc in my problem was fixed. It did exactly what it was supposed to do, and my problem was resolved 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 2, 2013

    worked great for me

    0 5/5 julie-ann - See all my reviews This review is from: Windows Vista Home Basic Premium 32-bit 64-bit Startup Repair Recovery Restore Boot CD Disc Disk (CD-ROM) worked like the instructions said, received 2 discs. PC Fixed and no more worries because I have an adequate backup. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 24, 2014
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    Two Discs Set (32-bit & 64-bit)
    Use System Recovery to initiate a complete restore of the system hard disk
    Windows Memory Diagnostics tool performs an automated test of the reliability of your computer's memory.
    The Start-up Repair tool can solve many common start-up problems automatically.
    Use System Restore to repair problems that prevent Windows Vista Home from booting.


  • Microsoft Software

    Windows 8.1 System Builder OEM DVD 64-Bit

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    Rating (210 reviews):
    (3.3/5)
    Microsoft Software

    Fast and very stable, but I miss the traditional "Start" button

    The "System Builder" version of Windows 8.1 is for installation on a new computer (with no operating system installed) or on a computer that is NOT currently running Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, or XP. This product ("System Builder") is NOT for upgrading; if you are upgrading from a previous version of Windows, then get the upgrade package.This is the "OEM" version of Windows 8.1: this means you can't get technical support from Microsoft; it also means you can activate it on one (and only one) computer (ever). If you want technical support and/or the potential to transfer the license to a new computer, then look at the "full" version ().This is NOT the "Professional" version of Windows 8.1. Make sure you are selecting the version you need/want. To learn more, just perform a web... 5/5 SeekingTraveler "SeekingTraveler" - See all my reviews, February 1, 2014

    Runs on Bootcamp iMac 2012

    Product includes DVD and the key. You can only install this on one computer. Installing it even inside a Virtual Machine (such as Parallels on a iMAC) will require a reactivation call to Microsoft, deactivating the other, previous install. I placed this on a dual boot iMac 2012 bootcamp Mountain Lion allocating 64 gig of space out of its 1000 gig fusion drove. You can only use the 64 bit version of Windows 8.1 (as this is).The install on my 2012 iMac went well enough if bootcamp instructions are followed, I did not have any problems losing the keyboard even though they were wireless. Programs are to be installed on an external drive to save internal hard drive space. The drivers for USB 3 are included in Windows 8.1 so there should be no issues installing this on a 2012 Mac, my main reason for getting this over Windows 7. Some instructions for Windows 7 under bootcamp had a fair amount of user comments relating to having to obtain the USB 3 drivers before Windows 7... 4/5 SteamaZon - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Windows 8.1 System Builder OEM DVD 64-Bit (Software) Product includes DVD and the key. You can only install this on one computer. Installing it even inside a Virtual Machine (such as Parallels on a iMAC) will require a reactivation call to Microsoft, deactivating the other, previous install. I placed this on a dual boot iMac 2012 bootcamp Mountain Lion allocating 64 gig of space out of its 1000 gig fusion drove. You can only use the 64 bit version of Windows 8.1 (as this is).The install on my 2012 iMac went well enough if bootcamp instructions are followed, I did not have any problems losing the keyboard even though they were wireless. Programs are to be installed on an external drive to save internal hard drive space. The drivers for USB 3 are included in Windows 8.1 so there should be no issues installing this on a 2012 Mac, my main reason for getting this over Windows 7. Some instructions for Windows 7 under bootcamp had a fair amount of user comments relating to having to obtain the USB 3 drivers before Windows 7... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 8, 2013

    It's mandatory for slightly better gaming performance. if you can stand 5 FPS lower, go for windows 7.

    I was building a new PC, and I wanted this OS because it is more modern than windows 7, which is from 2009, and is less demanding, meaning more of my hardware can be focused on gaming.Here are the pros and consPros:-as said previously, better optimization for new hardware. This OS will use up to 8 threads, so it puts less stress on AMD 8 core processors and hyperthreaded quad cores. It also just flat out runs better with newer hardware. I have a quad core non hyperthreaded processor (i5-4570), and it gets better benchmarks than on windows 7.Cons:-UI. This is the most basic gripe that a lot of people complain about, but it really isn't very hard to fix. I just installed classicshell, and now I can use my computer like it's windows 7. That said, seeing how easy of a fix this was, it wouldn't have been hard at all for microsoft just to put an option in control panel to have a start button.-No administrator account. Even if you set your account as... 2/5 JacobShapiro - See all my reviews This review is from: Windows 8.1 System Builder OEM DVD 64-Bit (Software) I was building a new PC, and I wanted this OS because it is more modern than windows 7, which is from 2009, and is less demanding, meaning more of my hardware can be focused on gaming.Here are the pros and consPros:-as said previously, better optimization for new hardware. This OS will use up to 8 threads, so it puts less stress on AMD 8 core processors and hyperthreaded quad cores. It also just flat out runs better with newer hardware. I have a quad core non hyperthreaded processor (i5-4570), and it gets better benchmarks than on windows 7.Cons:-UI. This is the most basic gripe that a lot of people complain about, but it really isn't very hard to fix. I just installed classicshell, and now I can use my computer like it's windows 7. That said, seeing how easy of a fix this was, it wouldn't have been hard at all for microsoft just to put an option in control panel to have a start button.-No administrator account. Even if you set your account as... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 16, 2014
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    The Start screen. Personalize your Start screen with your favorite news, friends, social networks, and apps. Customizable colors and backgrounds and four different tile sizes make your device as unique as you are.
    The apps you want. In addition to great built-in apps for e-mail, people, photos and video editing, you can also download thousands of popular apps from the Windows Store, including Netflix, ESPN, Skype, and Halo: Spartan Assault.
    It plays as hard as it works. Windows 8.1 gives you the power to quickly browse, watch movies, play games, polish your resume, and pull together a killer presentation - all on a single PC.


  • Microsoft Software

    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade [Old Version]

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    Rating (912 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Microsoft Software

    Best if you Plan Ahead

    Windows 7 Home Premium is the best version to choose for older machines and/or simpler networks. The "Backup" offered in 7 Pro can be done easily with free tools, and unless you need complex networking, 7 has what it takes to manage a home network. Last, the 'XP Mode' promised in 7 Pro and above will only work on hardware new enough to support "Virtualization Technology" (stop by Microsoft's website to learn more). This isn't the same as "XP Compatibility Mode", which you will still have for all versions of Windows 7 (there's a great video explanation of this on CNET's website in their Windows 7 Center at CNET TV).Some very important things you need to know about upgrading:1) There are two types of upgrade: "in-place" (where a Vista machine upgrades to 7 and you get to keep all your programs) and "clean" (where you lose all your old programs and settings).2) Anyone going from XP to 7 will have to go "clean".3) Anyone going from a different Vista... 4/5 Winter (USA) - See all my reviews, November 1, 2009

    Worth the Wait

    I'll admit, I've been running Windows 7 for six months now: the preproduction version of it and have just upgraded to the gold code. So I have quite a bit of experience with the operating system. Let's get to the nitty gritty:Should you upgrade from Windows Vista? YES! I mean it - upgrade today.Windows 7 is quite simply faster, more stable, boots faster, goes to sleep faster, comes back from sleep faster, manages your files better and on top of that it's beautiful to look at and easy to use. Even the preproduction version of Windows 7 was better than my Vista with SP2.Should you upgrade from Windows XP? Maybe, but for different reasons.XP is a good operating system and if you don't need to add new hardware or software, XP is good. However, XP is old as an operating system. Also chances are that if you're running XP, you might not meet the minimum requirements for Windows 7 - check the compatibility site at Microsoft to see if your system will... 5/5 AverageReviewer - See all my reviews, October 22, 2009

    Questionable for Vista, consideration for XP

    I have now installed this on 3 Vista computers, and I must say that the result is underwhelming. By now, we can expect computer journalists to hype any Windows release; and to certain extent they are right - 7 does work better, but not that much better or differently from Vista if you have installed all updates and security releases from Microsoft. I had to uninstall anti-virus and selected other programs, some of which did not have listings in the "Programs and Features" Control Panel section. All of my upgrades took 2 to 3 hours; journalists claiming 45 minute upgrade times must not have had many programs installed on their computers. Once programs identified as potential problems had been removed, the upgrades completed uneventfully; and it works OK once installed.Value-wise, I think that the single computer upgrade is a loser for Vista users at current price levels. If you have two or more computers, the Home Premium 3-computer "family" upgrade is borderline. I will... 3/5 Robert L. Estes (Nashville, TN USA) - See all my reviews, October 27, 2009
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    Make your web experience faster, easier and safer than ever with Internet Explorer 8
    Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation
    Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup


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    Windows 7 Professional SP1 32bit (Full) System Builder OEM DVD 1 Pack [Old Version]

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    Microsoft Windows Vista Anytime Upgrade (32 bit)

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    HP 441643-001 Microsoft Windows Vista Anytime Upgrade DVD 32bit 66C-0009
    This disc when used in conjunction with a Windows Anytime Upgrade code allows current Windows Vista end users to upgrade to a higher edition of Windows Vista from the following base versions: Vista Home Basic, Vista Home Premium, and Vista Business.


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Windows Vista 32 Bit Home Premium Upgrade - News


Operating System Buying Guide Microsoft Windows XP was released for both 32bit and 64bit processors, almost all copies of Windows XP Home & Professional are 32-bit. The 64-bit editions while initially successful have Windows Vista Home Premium Edition: Contains all the features ...
CCL Online - Nov 22, 2012

Moving to Windows 8: Should you upgrade, or should you do a clean install? If you're running Windows 7, and don't need to switch from 32-bit to 64-bit, then an upgrade is a viable option. . I think Windows 8 will be another Vista. I went back to Windows 7 Home Premium that runs perfectly on this ASUS G74SX Notebook. I ...
ExtremeTech - Nov 14, 2012

4 éves modell), sima dual Pentium procival (T4200, 2Ghz), 2 Gb ram-mal, 250 Gb sata vinyóval amin Vista 32 bit Home Basic rendszer van. Van egy másik gép (pár hónapos), Core i5 2450M procival, 4 Gb ram-mal, 500 Gb vinyóval amin Windows 7 64 bit ...
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