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Number of Cores supported for Windows 7 Home Premium?
Hi, I was looking into getting an HP Envy 17/Asus G73JH, and I know that both sport core i7-quad processors, and due to hyperthreading, it'll appear to the OS as 8.
My question is, will Windows 7 Home Premium be able to read all of these cores, or will I have to use my windows 7 Professional license upgrade in order for it to take advantage of all the cores?
And also, what's the maximum amount of cores that Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate can see?
Thanks in advance!
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