Windows 7 versions - Computer Definition
Following are the client versions of Windows 7. Except for Starter, all versions are available in 32- and 64-bit versions. See Windows 7. Windows 7 Starter A 32-bit version for PCs outside the U.S. No support for Aero interface and limited user customization. Windows 7 Home Basic Similar to Windows 7 Home Premium, but available only in emerging markets outside the U.S. Not all Aero functions are provided. Windows 7 Home Premium Supports full Aero interface, Media Center and multitouch. See Windows Media Center. Windows 7 Professional Adds Remote Desktop, backup utility, XP Mode for running earlier Windows applications and support for domain-based company networks. Counterpart to the Business version in Windows Vista. See Windows XP Mode. Windows 7 Enterprise Same as Professional plus BitLocker encryption, support for multiple languages and Unix applications. Available only through enterprise licensing. Windows 7 Ultimate For PC enthusiasts. Combines Professional and Enterprise versions.