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25 Download Windows 7 and Burn it to Disc/put it on a Thumb Drive [How To]Windows Forums member Bugsy points us to links to download the following versions of Windows 7:

  • Windows 7 Ultimate
  • Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Windows 7 Professional

Note: 64 bit and 32 links available. You will need a genuine license to activate these Windows 7 downloads once installed.

Why Do You Need a Windows 7 Disc?

Here are some of the reasons for having a Windows 7 disc:

  • You have a license for Windows 7 but no disc.
  • You want to give Windows 7 a try for 30 days (or 120 — see below) before making a purchase.
  • Want to have the disc on hand for original files/recovery purposes (see Windows 7 recovery disc if you don’t want the whole thing.)
  • You just like owning discs with operating systems on them…

Download Windows 7 ISOs

Go here for direct downloads to the Windows 7 ISOs: Download Windows 7.

Burn Windows 7 ISO to a Disc

Follow this guide to learn how to burn the Windows 7 ISO to a DVD.

Create a bootable Windows 7 thumb drive

Use this method if you use a netbook (with no DVD drive) or just want to install Windows 7 from a thumb drive.

Install Windows 7 without a disc or thumb drive

Don’t have a blank DVD or thumb drive? Follow this guide to install Windows 7 without external media.

Extend the Windows 7 trial period from 30 days to 120 days

Use the following command to extend the trial of Windows 7 from 30 days to 120 days:

slmgr -rearm

Note: This command should be run before the end of the 30 day trial and can be used up 3 times for a total of an extra 90 days to evaluate Windows 7.

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 Download Windows 7 and Burn it to Disc/put it on a Thumb Drive [How To]

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