|21 Jul 2011||#3|
Welcome, conway220 .
It's possible. it depends on if you need the additional features, but if you have to ask, I'd say no, it's not worth it. It's likely that you wouldn't need the additional features of Ultimate or Professional. Here's a feature comparison chart, so that you can make an informed decision:
Compare Windows - Microsoft Windows
also a link to where i could get it would be nice
You could also do an 'Anytime Upgrade' from within Windows.
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|22 Jul 2011||#10|
It's exactly the same. The only differences (to a home user) could potentially be using boot from VHD, inbound remote desktop, and perhaps the free license for an XP Mode virtual machine. I can't imagine though what else a home user would actually need in Ultimate that isn't in Home Premium, and the things I list above really aren't all that necessary to the vast majority of home users (and that's kind of the point, really).
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