How To Receive / Put Windows 7 SP1 / Service Pack 1 On DVD


How To Receive / Put Windows 7 SP1 / Service Pack 1 On DVD

As you probably know Windows 7 is the latest Microsoft Windows version, an operating system developed by Microsoft company for using it on the PC, laptops, tablets, netbooks, and other devices. Windows 7 entered the Release To Manufacturing (RTM) phase on July 22, 2009. The launch date was October 22, 2009, less then three years away from the previous OS from Microsoft, Windows Vista. At in the same day, Windows Server 2008 R2 was launched.

Compared with his forerunner, Windows Vista, Windows 7 is wanted to be an update of it, with the purpose to be fully compatible with drivers, applications and the equipment of the user.

As you probably know, Microsoft have launched Windows 7 Service Pack 1 earlier this year. SP1 for Windows 7 features some tweaks regarding the security and the performance of the operating system, and it comes as a single installer.

If you already use Windows 7 on your computer, you can easily install Service Pack 1 via the Windows Update service. As well, if you have more than one computer and you want to install Windows 7 Service Pack 1, you can download it from Microsoft Download Center, then install it on the respective computers in offline mode.

If none of the above options suit your needs, you may as well use a third method. Windows 7 Service Pack 1 can be ordered form Microsoft on DVD support, and the software giant will deliver it via mail. Windows 7 SP1 on DVD comes for free as well, but you will have to pay the shipping. The shipping price may differ, based on which country you are ordering from. Anyway it won’t cost you a fortune, so you will have to pay about $6 shipping fee for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 DVD if you live in North America. The Indian Windows 7 users that choose to order the Windows 7 SP1 DVD will pay $11 shipping charges.

Anyway, few are those that choose to get their Windows 7 SP1 on DVD, but if you are a Windows 7 user and want to get the SP1 on DVD support, you can order it from Microsoft and pay via credit card, after you choose your region name and finish the order process. You can order up to three Windows 7 Service Pack 1 DVDs at once.

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