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Entertainment With Windows 7 Home Premium

Windows 7 Home Premium delivers the best in class entertainment. You can have a home network and share all your favorite photos, videos and music. It also enables you to watch, pause, rewind and record TV. Both 32-bit and 64-bit discs are available with Windows 7 Home Premium that adds more convenience. You can have more work, more play and more of everything in between.


Entertainment PC:

– New navigation features like Aero, Shake, Jump Lists, and Snap have been added to simplify the PC

– Look and feel of Windows has been given an appeal with customization options for themes and taskbar programs

– Connection to printers and devices under a home network is easier than ever

– Latest Hardware and Software are given support

– PC can sleep and resume quicker, manages drivers, programs and power

– Since both 32-bit and 64-bit are available, full advantage of 64-bit PC hardware and memory can be utilized

– Wireless networks can be connected quickly

– Record TV with Windows Media Center

– Blu-ray read / write support for data files

– Video and Dolby audio Codecs have been integrated

– Offers large screen support



You can manage lots of open programs, browser windows, documents easily with thumb-nail full-screen previews of open windows.

Pin / Jump Lists:


You can open files that are used regularly in just two clicks from Jump Lists and get around your PC faster with the improved taskbar. Programs often used can be pinned to the taskbar and be launched in just one click.



You can manage open windows in simple ways just by dragging them. Windows can be arranged side-by-side on the opposite sides of the screen.

Peek & Shake:


In Windows 7 you can peek behind open windows to get a quick look at your desktop.

Windows search:


The Start menu has the windows search option which you can use to instantly locate and open any file on your PC, from songs, documents, emails etc.

Wireless setup:


Setting up wireless connections is easier in Windows 7 with consistent one click connections to available networks whether these networks are based on Wi-Fi, or broadband, or mobile, or dial-up, or corporate VPN.

IE8 Easy to browse:
IE8 offers visual search that helps you quickly find the information you want by adding virtual cues and previews to search results from prominent search providers including Live Search, Wikipedia, Yahoo, Amazon and others. You can use Web slices to conveniently update on frequently changing websites like eBay auctions or traffic sites directly from the IE8 toolbar.

Easy to communicate and share:
Windows Live Photo Gallery, Windows Live Mail, Windows Live Family Safety are all part of Windows 7 Home Premium. Photo Gallery enables you to share your photos to your favorite photo site easy. Live Mail enables managing multiple email accounts easy. Family safety enables keeping kids on watch. You can make your child play it safe by managing what sites they can visit and to whom they can send / receive emails and also from IM communications.

Windows Media Center:


You can turn your PC in to a TV with Windows Media Center and enjoy seeing your favorite videos and hear to music with Windows Media Player. You can also watch shows for free when and where you want with Internet TV. Graphics with DirectX 11 technology makes it look so real, it`s unreal. Many more consumer electronics from TVs to digital photo frames can now be connected to your home networks. With the “Play To” option you can send music, videos and photos from your PC to a networked device throughout your home. Remote Media Streaming makes you access all the above even when you are away from home.

Windows Touch:


Windows Touch screen technology makes PCs with touch screen more easy and intuitive to use.

Location aware printing:
Windows 7 automatically picks the right printer for you even when you move away from home to work in networks.

These are just some of the features of Windows 7 Home Premium! Stay tuned for more!

-Natarajan Kumaraswami