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Backup And Restore - Limitations - Differences in Windows Editions
... Only Windows Vista Home Premium, Business, Enterprise or Ultimate editions can schedule automatic backups or back up files and folders to a network ... whereas it was included in Windows Vista Home Premium ... backup) can be done on local or removable media in Windows 7 Home Premium ...
Windows 7 - Editions
... Windows 7 is available in six different editions, of which the Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate editions are available for retail sale to ... available preinstalled by OEMs on new PCs, the Enterprise edition only by volume licensing, and Home Basic only to certain developing countries' markets ... for each edition of Windows 7 (Except for Starter and Home Basic some OEM copies have only DVD for IA-32 architecture the installation DVD of Windows ...
History Of Microsoft Windows - Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2
... Windows 7 ships in six editions Starter (available worldwide) Home Basic Home Premium Professional Enterprise (available to volume-license business customers only) Ultimate (available to retail market with limited ... the Professional and Enterprise editions are supersets of the Home Premium edition ...
Windows Vista Editions - Editions For Personal Computers
... Windows Vista Home Basic Similar to Windows XP Home Edition, Home Basic targets budget-conscious users not requiring advanced media support for home use ... Home Basic supports one physical CPU, but with multiple cores. 64-bit Home Basic supports up to 8 GB of RAM ...
Comparison Of Microsoft Windows Versions - General Information - NT Kernel-based
... NT 5.1 NT 5.2 (64-bit 2003 and x64) x86-32, IA-64, x86-64 Starter Edition, Home, Professional, Media Center, Tablet PC, Starter, Embedded, Home N, Home K, Home KN, Professional N, Professional K, Professional KN ...

Famous quotes containing the words premium and/or home:

    In taking out an insurance policy one pays for it in dollars and cents, always at liberty to discontinue payments. If, however, woman’s premium is a husband, she pays for it with her name, her privacy, her self-respect, her very life, “until death doth part.”
    Emma Goldman (1869–1940)

    As for pictures and museums, that don’t trouble me. The worst of going abroad is that you’ve always got to look at things of that sort. To have to do it at home would be beyond a joke.
    Margaret Oliphant (1828–1897)