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With Windows 7 Professional, fewer walls stand between you and your success. You can run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode and recover data easily with automatic backups to your home or business network. You can also connect to company networks effortlessly and more securely with Domain Join. With all the exciting entertainment features of Windows Home Premium, it’s a great choice for home and for business.

Features

More personal: Redecorate your desktop with fun new themes, slide shows, or handy gadgets.
Performance improvements: Designed to sleep and resume quicker, be less memory hungry, and spot USB devices faster.
Play To: Play your media on other PCs, stereos, or TVs around the house.
Remote Media Streaming: Enjoy music and video on your home PC—even when you're not at home.
Windows Touch: Pair Windows 7 with a touchscreen and you won't always need a keyboard or mouse.

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