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Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium SP1* 64Bit 1Pk OEM (DVD)

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Scan code: LN17166 Manufacturer code: 66I-01939 Request call
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Product Overview * Via SP1 Update disk supplied FOC

More entertaining, improved mobility and new user interface
Windows Vista Home Premium is the operating system for homes with advanced computer needs. It will help you use your laptop or desktop PC more effectively as well as enable you to enjoy new, exciting digital entertainment experiences-all with the benefit of added security and reliability.

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Features Get things done more easily and intuitively
Breakthrough design makes your PC easier to use. Integrated search makes it finding the programs and files (including documents, e-mails, photos, and music) you're looking for super fast.

Have better protection for your PC and family
With features including Windows Defender and improved Parental Controls, your personal information, your PC, and your family are better protected than in previous versions of Windows.

Enjoy entertainment a whole new way
The dramatically improved entertainment experience-spanning TV and movies, photos, music, and DVDs-will redefine the way you think about your PC.

Be productive, entertained, and mobile
Get the most from your mobile PC with simplified power management, easier wireless networking, easier device synchronization and improved Tablet PC support.

System Requirements
Processor

Required: 800 MHz or faster processor
Recommended: 1 GHz 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor

Memory
Required: 512 MB of system memory
Recommended: 1 GB of system memory

Hard Disk
Required: 20 GB hard drive with at least 15 GB of available space
Recommended: 40 GB hard drive with at least 15 GB of available space

Drive
Required: DVD-ROM drive

Display
Required: Support for Super VGA graphics
Recommended: Support for DirectX 9 graphics with WDDM Driver, 128 MB of graphics memory (minimum), Pixel Shader 2.0 in hardware, and 32 bits per pixel

Sound Card
Audio output recommended

Internet Connection
Some features require an Internet connection

Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor can help you determine which features and edition of Windows Vista will run on your computer.
Specifications
Specifications
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Warranty

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Details
Duration:
1 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
1 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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