Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate - 1 PC
The top of the line Windows 7 version is Ultimate. Users of Starter, Home Premium or Professional versions who want this operating system can use the Windows 7 Ultimate Anytime Upgrade License to have this version installed on their computer. After purchasing this upgrade from West Coast Pals , you will receive your product within 30 minutes via electronic delivery. After installation, you will be able to upgrade to Ultimate the same way as system updates that are normally added from Microsoft servers. The upgrade is relatively brief approximately 10 minutes and one of the big advantages with this type of upgrade is that all of your current programs, files and settings will remain intact. After installation of the Anytime Upgrade software, you simply need to click on the Anytime Upgrade icon and enter your upgrade key. The system does the rest. Ultimate has all of the features found in Windows 7 Home Premium and Windows 7 Professional as well as applications that are geared toward power users such as BitLocker drive encryption, Aero glass remoting and virtual hard disk booting.
- No disks, no delays and no leaving the house. With Windows Anytime Upgrade, you can upgrade to a more advanced edition of Windows 7 say from Home Premium to Ultimate in as little as 10 minutes. That way, you get to take advantage of extra features while keeping your current programs, files, and settings intact.
- In the past, upgrading Windows could be a bit of a hassle. In Windows 7, the software you need comes preinstalled. You can buy an upgrade key online or from an authorized retail store
Boost your PC capabilities
- Unlock the advanced features in your PC by upgrading to a different edition of Windows 7. In as few as 10 minutes, you could turn your laptop into a mini-entertainment center or give your desktop the ability to join a domain by purchasing your Windows Anytime Upgrade. The process is quick, easy, and you'll keep your programs, files, and settings.
- Windows Anytime Upgrade is only for PCs that are already running Windows 7. If you're running Windows XP or Windows Vista, you can upgrade your PC to Windows 7.