10 reasons to use Windows 7 for your PCs
2. Smarter search. Type in the Start menu search box, and you'll see results instantly, grouped by category—documents, pictures, music, e‑mail, and programs. Search in a folder or library, and you can fine-tune your search with filters like date or file type—and use the preview pane to peek at the contents of your results.
3. Easy sharing with HomeGroup. Sharing files and printers on your home network should be simple. With HomeGroup, it finally is. Connect two or more PCs runningWindows 7, and with a minimum of fuss you can start sharing music, pictures, videos, and documents with other people in your home.
5. Better wireless networking. Connecting to wireless networks on your laptop—formerly a bit of a hassle—now takes just a couple of clicks. Choose from the list of available networks in the taskbar, click one, and then connect. Once you've connected to a network, Windows will remember it so you can connect again later automatically.
6. Windows Touch. Use your fingers to browse the web, flip through photos, and open files and folders on a touchscreen PC—for the first time, Windows includes true multitouch technology. With gestures for zooming, rotating, and even right-clicking, it's a whole new way to work with your PC.
7. Plays well with devices. Device Stage, a new feature in Windows 7, works like a home page for things like portable music players, smartphones, and printers. When you plug a compatible device into your PC, you'll see a menu with information and popular tasks like battery life, how many photos are ready to be downloaded, and printing options.
8. Watch, listen, and stream. Internet TV, part of Windows Media Center, gathers programming from sites all over the Internet—shows, sports highlights, video podcasts, and more. Add a TV tuner, and your PC becomes a digital video recorder you can use to watch, pause, and record live TV. And with new features inWindows Media Player 12, you can enjoy your media library around the house—or around town.
9. Internet Explorer 9 and Windows Live. Windows 7 unleashes the full power ofInternet Explorer 9, from its stunning hardware-accelerated graphics to the ability to launch favorite websites right from your taskbar. You'll also get the many possibilities of Windows Live, free: create photo albums and movies, chat in HD, and share your stuff anytime, anywhere.
10. Nag-free notifications. Action Center, new in Windows 7, puts you in control of maintenance and security messages. You can turn notifications on or off for things like Windows Defender or User Account Control. If Windows needs your attention, you'll see a notification on the far right of the taskbar. Click it, and you'll get suggested fixes for any problems.
Download here : Windows 7 Ultimate (32 bits)
How To Install You do not need to enter a serial number, it just installs as it is. Please see below regarding updates. You need to burn this to a DVD and boot from CD. It is already a bootable image, just burn to DVD and you're
done. If you don't know how to, follow these instructions. 1. Download imageburn.
2. Install and open imageburn
3. Select 'write image file to disk'.
4. Browse for your download, select it and burn it.
5. With DVD in drive, restart your PC. You will get the option of "Press Any Key To Boot From CD". Press any key and follow the instructions.
If your PC doesn't give this option, you will get the option of pressing an 'F' key (possibly F2, F8 or F10 for example) to enter set up or enter BIOS. In here you will get the option of changing your boot order. Make the DVD drive the first one and it will now let you install Windows 7 Ultimate.