Quote: Originally Posted by lorenzosjb
Quote: Originally Posted by harpua
All versions are multilingual in the sense that you can choose what language to use at installation, but only Ultimate (and Enterprise) can switch back and forth among different languages, is my understanding.
The upgrade version can do clean installs, but you are supposed to have the appropriate qualifying prior version of Windows installed. Once it sees that, you can go ahead and do a clean install with the upgrade version.
Thanks for your very quick response.
I have a Dell XPS m1330 with a Core Duo processor and 2gb memory so I think I have everything for enjoing Windows 7.
You're welcome. You probably are all set for enjoying Windows 7 but just to be sure you should probably run the "Windows 7 compatibility upgrade advisor" (or something like that
) available for free download from Microsoft. Just googling it should provide a link. It will tell you if you have any hardware or apps that are not compatible. But sounds like your system will run 7 just fine. If you had Vista before, you should find that 7 is quite a bit snappier with faster startup and shutdown.