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Windows 7 makes the things you do every day easier. With fewer clicks, faster searching, easier browsing, and simpler ways to connect, there's less between you and what you want to do. Windows 7 is designed to improve the performance of your PC, so it's faster, more secure, and more reliable.
User Interface - Aero Glass, Aero Peek, Aeor Shake, Aero Snap, Instant Search, Live Preview, Windows Flip 3D, Multitouch;
Bundled Applications and Services - Windows Live Essentials, Windows Fax and Scan, Gadgets, Paint, Calculator and WordPad, Windows Media Player, Remote Media Experience, HomeGroup, Device Stage;
Entertainment - Basic Games, Premium Games, Media Center Extender support, Windows Media Center;
Security and Backup - BitLocker, AppLocker, Backup scheduling, Backup to network, Encrypting File System, Windows Compete PC Backup and Restore, Windows Defender, Windows Firewall, Biometric support;
Advanced Features - 64-bit processor support, 4 GB RAM supported with 32-bit processor, 192 GB RAM suppoorted with 64-bit processor, DirectX 11, Dual processor support, Windows XP Mode, Mobility Center, Presentation Mode, Virtual Hard Disk booting;
Networking - Offline Files & Folders, Remote Desktop (ability to join), Remote Desktop (ability to organize), Windows Server Domain (join), Multilangual User Interface language packs, DirectAccess;
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) versions offer the buyer the huge advantage of purchasing the same software at a significantly lower price. In Germany, the purchase, distribution and use of OEM versions is completely legal. In other words, trading of OEM versions even without hardware is legally permitted.
The Federal Court ruling allowed the sale of OEM versions and DSP versions without associated hardware.
As a result of this ruling, you may install and use this version on any computer. This is documented in the judgment of the Federal Court of Justice of 06.07.2000 - I ZR 244/97, and states: In the judgment of 6 July 2000 ruled the Federal High Court (BGH) that the exhaustion principle can not be undermined by license provisions of the manufacturers (Az I ZR 244/97 - OEM Decision - Judgment in GRUR 2001, 153).
At that time Developer complained against the resale of so-called OEM software, which was contractually tied to new hardware at the time of sale, but had been brought into isolation by the intermediate dealer. The lawsuit was dismissed. The BGH stated in its judgment that the retransmission is free due to the exhaustion of the copyright distribution right.
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