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I am using Windows 7 Home now. How can I upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate?

By nakle.priya ·
required to install visual studio 2005 or visual studio 2008 which is suitable

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it's my understanding

by PurpleSkys In reply to I am using Windows 7 Home ...

that you can not upgrade from windows 7 home to windows 7 ultimate, you would be required to purchase the new operating system.

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Consider saving some money.

by Ron K. In reply to it's my understanding

You can buy Windows 7 Ultimate OEM edition. It's exactly the same as the boxed version with the one caveat being that it can only go on one machine per lifetime. <br>
If you're thinking of seriously upgrading hardware (motherboard/CPU) in the near-future upgrade hardware before software. If an upgrade is a year or more down the road buy the commercially boxed version.

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Anytime Upgrade

by TheChas In reply to I am using Windows 7 Home ...

"IF" your hardware supports Ultimate, you should be able to use the anytime upgrade option and just pay for the upgrade to Ultimate.

I STRONGLY recommend that you run the Windows 7 Upgrade Adviser (download ONLY from Microsoft) and make sure that your hardware supports running the Ultimate edition.

Then, if you are going to run Windows 7 Ultimate, why not also upgrade to Visual Studio 2010?

If you cannot upgrade to Visual Studio 2010, then skip 2005 and install 2008.

Chas

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I stand corrected

by PurpleSkys In reply to Anytime Upgrade

Thank you TheChas, I was not aware until you pointed it out that yes, one can indeed upgrade http://store.microsoft.com/microsoft/Windows-Anytime-Upgrade-Windows-7-Home-Premium-to-Ultimate/product/73C70758
:)

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