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Windows 7: Difference between Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate

26 June 20094 Comments


Microsoft has already announces the upgrade options and pricing for different editions of Windows 7. Now its time to check the difference between the different editions of Windows 7 operating system: Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate.

The difference between Windows 7 Home premium,Windows 7 Professional, and Windows 7 Ultimate editions are shown in the chart below:

Difference between Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate


  • x said:

    I want to see performance differences, boot up times, speed of running programs, number of system crashes…

    All these features are useless except for ad-hoc network and connection sharing everything else is unnecessary ballast.

  • win said:

    There isn’t any performance differences. You only go professional if you want remote desktop and you go ultimate if you want those language packs. The rest you can get from 3rd party providers. I stick with Home premium and so far, not disappointed in 3+ years.

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