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Windows 7 Runs On Absolutely Anything | Windows 7 System Requirements

Technologically, any PC that runs Vista will run Windows 7. If you have a dual-core processor and 2GB of RAM, you are good to go. I also heard from friends that they have even loaded Windows 7 on netbooks, so there isn't a performance limitation.

A few weeks ago I installed Windows 7 RC on my primary work PC. The end result? No crashes, no conflicts, and still running problem-free. In terms of features and performance, Windows 7 seems like a no-brainer upgrade.
I’ve tested Windows 7 with 512MB of RAM and found it to work well; however, I do not recommend running with such low memory – unless you really have to.
Earlier today, when I asked a 19-year-old kid if he had used Windows 7 yet. Of course, he said. That is a great sign for Microsoft, that a 19-year-old kid can able to install Windows 7—just for fun. But, how about the price? is it affordable? Now Microsoft has to make sure he can afford to buy a copy.
Windows 7 makes everyday tasks faster and easier, to make our PC work the way we want it to, and to make it possible to do new things. And that's exactly what its doing.
Windows 7 System Requirements:
As the current version of Windows 7 is still not the final version, the system requirements are subject to change.
However, the current minimum system requirements are as follows:
  • 1 GHz 32-bit or 64-bit processor
  • 1 GB of system memory (Personally, I recommend 2GB)
  • 16 GB of available disk space
  • Support for DirectX 9 graphics with 128 MB memory (to enable Aero theme)
  • DVD-R/W Drive
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