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Windows 7: Where to buy Windows 7 PC with Ryzen?

23 Aug 2017   #1
aij235h

win 10 64
 
 
Where to buy Windows 7 PC with Ryzen?

**** windows 10 it's awful. I cant stand using it my brain hurts. Where can I buy a prebuilt windows 7 desktop with ryzen 7?


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23 Aug 2017   #2
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

Select components and they build it for you, plenty of companies do that

Example:

Create My AMD PC AM4 Series-CUS9 - Palicomp
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23 Aug 2017   #3
dsperber

Windows 7 Pro x64 (1), Win7 Pro X64 (2)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by aij235h View Post
**** windows 10 it's awful. I cant stand using it my brain hurts.
What's your complaint... the different START button functionality?

If you want to make your Win10 look and work like Win7, specifically in the START button with its popup menu design, install START10 from Stardock. It will cost you $5 but you will thank me.

With START10 installed you can have a START button which can produce either the Win10 or Win7 functionality, or both! It also can be set up, for example, so that say clicking on the START button produces the Win7-style popup you're used to and want, while using the Windows button on the keyboard will launch the new Win10-style "tile" popup.

Very customizable. Once you click on the START button to get the Win7 popup, you can then right-click on ALL PROGRAMS (just like in Win7) to get the OPEN/OPEN ALL USERS popup (just like in Win7), and then if you select either of these choices you get the [File] Explorer window with PROGRAMS on it and you can drag/drop items into Start Menu folders of your creation (just like in Win7), etc.

In other words, START10 brings back 100% of your Win7 START button and Start Menu functionality, AND THEN SOME. You will feel right at home... just like Win7 again, but you're running Win10.
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23 Aug 2017   #4
Lady Fitzgerald

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Officially, Ryzen does not support Win 7 and 8.1. There is at least 1 hack that will allow using Win 7 and 8.1 with Ryzen processors but MS has been known to block such hacks in the past.
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23 Aug 2017   #5
aij235h

win 10 64
 
 

Its not just the UI that annoys me. It's the constant spying. My computers personal desktop and work laptop upgraded overnight without my knowledge or consent and that also pissed me off. I've noticed my network slowing down because my laptop decides to send microsoft vast amounts of data choking my bandwidth and depleting my data cap. I have a 3G card through my work and my boss is yelling at me for going over the data limit. I'm trying to tell him that it's not me you guys monitor my computer it's windows 10's fault.
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23 Aug 2017   #6
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

Looks like palicomp offer win 7 with Ryzen computers. Check the link I posted. They build it, and the os is pre installed by them.
Unless that is a mistake on their site.
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23 Aug 2017   #7
Lady Fitzgerald

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
Looks like palicomp offer win 7 with Ryzen computers. Check the link I posted. They build it, and the os is pre installed by them.
Unless that is a mistake on their site.
I some doubts about the accuracy of that site's options. What first jumped out at me was they still listed Windows 7 Home, which MS does not allow to be sold anymore.
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23 Aug 2017   #8
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

Maybe they still have stock, or maybe the option is wrong. If you are that bothered, you can ask them.
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23 Aug 2017   #9
mjf

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1
 
 

I haven't moved across to Windows 10 yet so have no hands on experience of any problems. W7 EOL is just a couple of years away so why invest in Windows 7 unless it's run as a Virtual Machine.

Does this type of software address the spy/telemetry issues?
https://www.safer-networking.org/spybot-anti-beacon/
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23 Aug 2017   #10
TechnoMage2016

Windows 7 Ultimate, SP1, x86
 
 

Stop a lot of MS's BS by turning OFF 'WUDO' and Cortana.
A PC can't get updates during the night, if you'll just SHUT IT OFF when you're done with it, like any other appliance.

Then install the FREE "Classic Shell" and with just a little setup, you can make Windows 10 look and pretty much act like Windows 7 Pro.

I've done that for my customers who would never accept Windows 10 otherwise.

I have an 8 Core AMD cpu in my own Home Built PC, and it runs every OS from XP to 10/Pro/64.
Win-7 is definitely a great OS. I just wonder if MS won't be forced to extend their EOS date far into the future.

As far as buying a copy of Win-7, do a web search for it. It's out there!

Cheers mate!
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